Maria Isa | Street Politics

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Street Politics

by Maria Isa

A fusion of R&B and Reggaeton, combining traditional Afro-Boricua rhythms of Bomba y Plena, remixed with a refreshingly new hip-hop flavor. This album, backed by an 8-piece band, is "The United Nations roundtable meets MAC lipgloss fantastic."
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Rap mix
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2. Caramelo
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3. Never Let Go (feat. Muja Messiah)
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4. Passion Fantasy
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5. Derechos
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6. Street Politics (feat. Killa Capone)
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7. Acting Strange
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8. Bad Feels Good
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9. Rest In Peace
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born and raised in the Twin Cities to NuyoRican parents, emcee, singer, and songwriter Maria Isa is recognized for her dedication towards celebrating her cultural diversity through music and political activism. In 1992 she started her performing arts education at El Arco Iris Center for Arts, forming Raices in 2002 with other advanced students to conserve their ancestral Puerto Rican folklore music. Following her nomination in 2006 for the Minnesota Music Award's "Best Hip-Hop Artist" category, Isa released her first independent album M.I. Split Personalities in May of 2007 and has been promoting her music in the Twin Cities, Puerto Rico and nationally.

Maria Isa is frequently featured on various radio stations such as hip-hop DJ and historian Davey D's Breakdown FM, the Current, and Radio K. She has graced the cover of the local Village Voice affiliate City Pages, and garnered press in such publications as the Pioneer Press, Star Tribune, Vita.MN and Minnesota Monthly.


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Ken

Maria Isa
I really enjoyed the sotoricans take on street politics. It reminded me of Ozone or Don Diva in it's context.