High-energy dance beats meet low-end bass.
New York-based Venezuelan artist Mariana Martin Capriles, a.k.a MPeach, recently released her latest music video, "Sacude."
With her suave electronic urbano pop sound, which she describes as Future Latin, MPeach delivers cool, sensuous waves of Dembow rhythm topped by a seductive beat.
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The glitchy video, directed by MPeach herself, depicts the digital interconnection of friends spread across Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia, and New York, underlining the current diaspora of Venezuelans from their home country.
Through "Sacude," MPeach shares her immigration story and the complex issues immigrants face. She explains, "I am myself an immigrant, and I come from a country (Venezuela) that is living a huge immigration outburst due to economic and political unrest. It is part of my everyday experience, my generation is all spread around the world, families are all divided. It's an experience that defines contemporary Venezuelans across the board regardless of socioeconomic status, privilege or race."
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In the wake of one of the most dramatic scenes of protest in American history, disinformation is blending with genuine fear
Over the weekend, amid nationwide protests of police brutality sparked by the killing of George Floyd, demonstrators in D.C. clashed with secret service and police outside the White House.
It was a dramatic scene that involved fires being set in the basement of historic St. John church—among widespread arson—and the exterior White House lights being turned off as President Donald Trump was moved into lockdown in the the White House Bunker. But by Monday morning the real events had been swallowed up in the heightened narrative of the supposed D.C. blackout, which claimed that all communication from the area of the protests had been shut down since around 1:00 AM.