A separate preserver from the threatened Latin Paranda genre, self-taught musician Aurelio Martinez’s multi-cultural audio impressively were able to transcend his humble Honduras root base. Born and elevated in the small seaside hamlet of Plapaya, Aurelio was raised encircled by music, understanding how to sing from his vocally gifted mom and his troubadour dad, building his very own electric guitar from a fly rod as a kid, and executing in Garifuna ceremonies as an adolescent. After playing skillfully with several Latin ensembles while at college, he produced his very own Garifuna group, Lita Ariran, and became a long lasting fixture in the La Cieba music picture. After conference Stonetree Records manufacturer Ivan Duran, he added to a Paranda compilation and in 2004, released his debut record, Garifuna Spirit, to world-wide important acclaim. A season later, he changed his back in the music sector to be the first dark representative towards the Honduran Country wide Congress. However, motivated by the loss of life of his good friend Andy Palacio, who helped to kickstart his profession, he came back in 2011 with a fresh recording entitled Laru Beya.