This is the best contest of 2019 and we have it just when there are 2 days left to end the year.
Do not miss the opportunity to participate !!!
You should only make a publication where you show us your 3 best works of the year, to which hadn´t been given all the recognition these deserve.
Here I leave the link for you to find out the rules of the contest.
My year 2019 was of total delivery to the project that together with my dear partner @crypto.piotr and another group of friends we have been carrying out since 2018. I refer to @project.hope. With this initiative we have been able to form a small community that has managed to help many new Steemit users grow.
Those who know me a little know that one of my great passions is music. I love making musical compositions, both my own and versions of other artists.
Within my musical style the rhythm of Reggae and Ska predominates, although I also like rock a lot.
Here I show you three of my musical productions of the year 2019 in which I put all my passion, but that did not receive the recognition that I wanted.
Hombres G is a 80s Spanish band that marked my youth. I always sang his songs with my friends accompanied by my inseparable guitar.
Since I developed a taste for Reggae music, then I decided to make a version of this theme "Te Quiero" by Hombres G, acoustic reggae version. I added a lot of natural percussion, OMG! I really remember that I had a lot of fun doing this audiovisual production.
Wow! I see myself in this video and I am surprised.
I sang that song well !!! LOL...
Seriously, this song is my own, I composed it 30 years ago when I was barely a 16-year-old teenager (you can calculate my age), the lyrics are pure poetry, I love it.
I have recorded it in different versions, but for me, this is the one that transmits more sentiment and energy.
I hope you like it.
King Changó is one of my favorite Venezuelan Ska bands.
Together with Desorden Público, they form the highest stand of this genre in my country.
Unfortunately a couple of years ago the main vocalist "Blanquito Man" died and this band practically disappeared.
As a tribute I made this version of one of his greatest hits "Confession". This time I changed the rhythm, but always respecting the original structure and cadence.
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