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Yahari

Shaped in 1990 by middle-school students through the Mexican town of Nueva Rosita, Coahuila to take part in an area festival, Yahari (called after the Japan word which means the unforeseen) agreed upon with an area label release a their debut album known as Lo Inesperado in 1992. Mainly playing cumbia, the Colombian northen coastline folk-dance music, Yahari documented Mensaje en la Luna in 1993 and Me Later el Corazon, offering the hit one “Un Negro Bombón,” in 1994. The exotic ensemble brought their catchy up-tempo design towards the U.S. in 2001 to market their effective full-length record La Vaca.

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