Kemerun premieres meringue mambo version of the song "Jerusalema"

The Venezuelan singer filmed in the capital of Caracas the audiovisual of the well-known theme Photo: Supplied

The Venezuelan singer filmed in the capital of Caracas the audiovisual of the well-known song, written by the South African producer Master KG, which currently exceeds 113 million views on YouTube.

With an original way of interpreting by merging merengue with rap, Kamerun premiered on the YouTube platform the video clip of "Jerusalema", a new promotional single whose premise is to raise hope in difficult times.

The video clip was shot last September in a natural space marked by Caracas history, such as the Caricuao parish, specifically in the well-known "bus cemetery."

The space was conducive to letting “Jerusalema” be heard in a merengue mambo version and for young people and adults who passed through the place to become the protagonists of the visual project, all this under the production of Orlando BigStar and Javier from “La Cueva” studio.

The artist assured that when he first heard the theme of "Jerusalema" he felt a spontaneous connection with the rhythm and the lyrics, he immediately wanted to do his version.

"I heard the song in a profile of friends who reside in Europe, the magic of its lyrics in the original language caught my attention and, although I did not know what it was about, just by hearing the celestial harmony in the voices of those who interpreted it I knew It was beautiful lyrics, I looked for the original translation of the song and I hadn't been wrong, the lyrics speak of God. At that moment I felt inspired and I looked for the covers that existed on YouTube and that was when I decided to cover it in merengue mambo ”, said the Venezuelan singer.

Kamerun is an artist who became known with retro music from the 80s and 90s. Today it has a musical production called "Kamerun Retro Party", comprised of nine covered songs by successful artists who marked the retro parties, such as: El General, Carlitos Soul, Gustavo Cerati, among others.

Several of the tracks are available digitally on iTunes and Spotify, including "Jerusalema", the original track by South African producer Master KG.

Various artists and talents participated in the video, such as: @joefaithmusica, @eltigredjdevenezuela, @managerkamerun_oficial, Dance Academy @rmusicproduccionesve, @cristhopher_guerra and @eventos_venezuela_wa.

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