|Genere:||Chill-Out / New Age|
feat. El V and the Gardenhouse
|If You Wanna Dance|
feat. Nicole Magolie
feat. Alex Sirvent
|Not Like This||03:32|
feat. El V & Nicole Magolie
|The Darkest Streets||03:17|
Hueso Negro born from the collaboration of Italian producer Stefano Dall'Osso (No-Lounge, Jakarta Cafè, Mr. Bone) and Mexican composer Alex Sirvent. Most of the tracks in this first album was written to be part of the soundtrack of the Mexican TV Serial "Tres veces Ana" produced for Televisa by Angelli Nesma and currently airing in the US and Mexico.
The hip-hop, lounge and chill-out arrangements contaminate the world-music sound of the album while the lyrics, partly in English and partly in Spanish (often alternated within the same song) describe loves, urban fights, extreme passions and crime in a postmodern Miami where Hueso Negro is found to be a sort of anarchist narrator.
In order to add international flavor, many featuring, apart from the one with the Mexican singer and actor Alex Sirvent in the song "Traicionero Love" (title of the album), with the Italian rapper El V (also know thanks to his collaborations with Sergent Garcia) and the South African singer and model Nicole Mogolie.
The cover artwork, as well as the graphic of the videoclip of the first single "Como canta", is work of designer Sauro Ghini (known by the Italian comic Tex Willer).
Produced by Stefano Dall'Osso.
Recorded at ExCantine Recording Studio in Imola (BO) Italy and SD Music Project in Castel San Pietro Terme (BO) Italy.
Mixed and Mastered by Alberto Mantovani at Alman Project Studio in Imola (BO) Italy.
Also Featuring El V (2-10-12), Take B (4), Alex Sirvent (6), Virginia (7), Nicole Magolie (12).
and Programming: Stefano Dall'Osso
Bass: Marco Dirani
Guitars: Andrea Maddalone
Accordion: Stefano Linari
Cover Artwork: Sauro Ghini
Graphics: Stefano Raffini