Sarazino is the brainchild of Lamine Fellah, a musician, songwriter and producer whose nomadic life is reflected in the multicultural influences in his songs. Fellah is a true child of a globalized world and Sarazino’s music draws on reggae, Latin and African grooves, Arabic music and catchy, international pop to create an upbeat celebration of the diverse world we all share.
The border-breaking, Algerian-Ecuadorian, funky Latin reggae, global groovemaster Sarazino has returned with his album Everyday Salama, in stores worldwide today!
What kind of music would come from a person who was born the son of a diplomat in Algeria, raised in various West African countries, educated in Montreal and now calls Quito, Ecuador home? While the answer might surprise you, it certainly won’t disappoint. Sarazino’s music takes an exotic array of ingredients, including Latin grooves, reggae, hip-hop, funk, African beats and throws them into a musical melting pot. The result is spicy, a feast for the senses and leaves you wanting more. Everyday Salama, Sarazino's new album being released today, features a number of special guests including Sabina Sciubba (from Brazilian Girls), Rootz Underground, Novalima, Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars, Luisa Maita and many others.
The global sounds of Sarazino will be on display in New York City & Los Angeles this May as the band celebrates the release of their new album Everyday Salama. They will also be making stops at the Lake Eden Music Festival and the Joshua Tree Music Festival before returning to North America for a full tour in July. The new album features 15 upbeat, irresistibly catchy songs with an array of international guests including Sabina Sciubba (from Brazilian Girls), Rootz Undergound, Novalima, Luísa Maita, Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars and many more. Everyday Salama will be released worldwide on Cumbancha on May 22nd....read more
Everyday Salama features 11 international guests over 15 upbeat, irresistibly catchy songs that reflect Sarazino’s multitudinous influences....read more
Sarazino has returned with the amazing new album Everyday Salama featuring Sabina Sciubba (from Brazilian Girls), Novalima, Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars, Rootz Underground, Luísa Maita and many other special guests.
The sounds of Latin pop, reggae, funk, African and Arabic music have brought the second release of the Cumbancha Discovery series, Sarazino’s Ya Foy!. Guest artists such as Toots Hibbert of Toots and the Maytals, Blanquito Man from King Changó and African singer Revelino add to the upbeat feel and catchy melodies of the album.