Although his genre was always rock, Martian StonecutterVocalist of the band Enanitos Verdes who died this Thursday due to kidney problems, was not closed to collaborating or playing with artists of other musical variants.
An example of the above is the day that the Argentine appeared on stage alongside two great references of the urban genre: the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny and Colombian J Balvin.
This unusual encounter occurred at the festival Uforia Music Concert, in the US city of Dallas; there Marciano hung his guitar to accompany the reggaeton players in the song A weight.
This collaboration was recorded in a video: the song began with the cadence of reggaeton, but suddenly Marciano’s voice and his guitar took the song to a more rock rhythm.
It highlights that this recording, available on the YouTube platform, received many comments this Thursday in relation to the death of the vocalist and leader of Enanitos Verdes, for example:
“Crossing generational barriers and representing ourselves internationally, thank you teacher”, “One more example of being a complete and true artist”, “Only a few could do what you did: bring together two different genres”, “Marciano Cantero, always ready to transmit his music and leaving us not only this one, but many songs that we will always remember” and “Lucky that he left us this collaboration to remember him as the legend he will always be”.
What did Marciano Cantero die of?
The vocalist and leader of Enanitos Verdes died this Thursday at the age of 62 after spending several days hospitalized for renal problems.
Javier Cantero, son of the musician, declared the following to the newspaper Clarion: “Unfortunately, he was unable to overcome the complications.. I want to personally thank all the fans, all the friends in life, the family, all the prayers and the support we have received these days. I also want to thank the Cuyo Clinic because they were absolute geniuses”.
“As much as I am very sad, I look at 30 years I could spend with him. Every day I was able to spend was a gift. I can’t help but be happy for the great man he was and for all the love that was returned to him these days,” he added.
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Reference from www.milenio.com