First Single 'Eres Tu' from the album 'Bailando Kizomba' presented to you by TAHIR
Tahir is a fairly new artist to the world - but in his native country Holland and The Dutch Antilles ( Born in Willemstad ), he has for a long time shown examples of his unique talents.
It is an honor for us to introduce him as the first artist out on our big summer release - BAILANDO KIZOMBA
In the next couple of weeks, we will introduce you to more songs and artists - stay tuned!
The latest sensation – the sensual KIZOMBA
A new dance, Kizomba, is now seeing the light of the day in many countries. For quite some time, the Kizomba dance has been enjoyed on a grassroots level – danced and performed in education circles and showcases in North European Dance Schools. Now it looks like the dance is about to get a broader break through and go mainstream. One of the triggers for that is the new pop music in Kizomba style, sung in European languages – English and Spanish.
If you haven’t heard of Kizomba yet, chances are you will very soon. A dance originating from Angola via Portugal and Brazil, to Europe and Asia – is now taking over the whole world. It is all about the connection between a man and a woman, about human sensuality and is led by feelings and low of music, reminiscent of Latin and with a hint of pop.Once Kizomba begins to play, one cannot resist the temptation to conquer the dance floor. Its sensuality, upbeat and exotic notes are all we need to get the heat going.
The Afro-Latin Dance Kizomba – goes mainstream
Sensual sounds, reminiscent of Latin music, two playful people, connected by their souls, and a slow, stylish dance – that is Kizomba, of which you might have heard already. If not, you surely will anytime soon.
Originating from Angola, the Kizomba dance has stunned the minds of people all over the world and, having already gotten highly popular among Spanish and Portuguese speaking counties, is having its breakthrough in France, The Netherlands, and other countries all around Europe. Danced slowly and extremely sensually, Kizomba is not only intriguing to watch – once the music is played, it becomes hard to resist the temptation to conquer the dance floor yourself.
Upbeat music with exotic notes is the main vehicle for the dance. Hints of both Latin rhythms and modern day pop makes the Kizomba music extremely popular and somewhat addictive. Previously sung mainly in Portuguese, Kizomba is now more and more often sung in English just as well, making the global world rage about it.
Dance schools in all over the world are rushing to get on board and are offering classes for Kizomba, accompanies by the newest releases, which will surely be listened to outside the classroom, too.
Have a first meet, or deepen your relationship with Kizomba by listening to the newest bilingual album ‘Bailando Kizomba’. Sung in both Spanish and English, offering some great covers and instrumental songs, ‘Bailando Kizomba’ will definitely not leave you cold blooded.