'Nainanai' and bumper cars in the Mad Cool

The unmistakable siren of the bumper cars sounds, and the vehicles leave quickly: here El Coleta, with his tracksuit and his empire shirt, heads off until he collides with M


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The unmistakable siren of the bumper cars sounds, and the vehicles leave quickly: here El Coleta , with his tracksuit and his empire shirt, heads off until he collides with Muchachito Bombo Infierno , who has just left (less badly) his guitar, that he was traveling with him as co-pilot.

The scene is produced in the main novelty of this fourth edition of the Mad Cool festival that is being held these days in Madrid: the Vibra Mahou stage, a crash-car track dedicated to the most street flamenco and that this Thursday opened Muchachito with a surprise concert . Every day, in addition to the DJs who rescue quinqui music (El Coleta is one of them), there will be a guest who will be known at the moment of the performance.

A finding that what was once rejected as marginal and criminal lives moments of splendor and recovery thanks to Rosalia and the generation of 'trap'. A trip that leads to Los Chunguitos, Las Grecas and Los Calis, passing by the first who bet to recover that legacy. Like Muchachito Bombo Inferno.

Some will say that this is marginal. If so, I take pride

"I would not wear that gal," he laughs after the siren of the bumper cars sounds. "I do it with a lot of love and respect to the elders and they have accepted me doing this 'no-holds-barred' thing that I do , because I played in the street and that's where I come from and where I'm sitting. , but if that's the case, I'm proud. "

Thus, he gives Los Chichos as an example. "They played for a lot of people who were prey, and those songs were not that cool, they had a much more important feeling," he explains. "In the case of the Catalan rumba, being a little more cheerful, it has entered on the other hand, and together with the sound of Caño Roto , it forms two inevitable pieces to understand our music".

A music that, for the singer of Santa Coloma de Gramenet, has a familiar, close-up look at the revelry that is held to celebrate the blood ties: "It's having a time of liberation, of venting. It has no wall. "

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