Danay Suarez & Stephen Marley Point to a Higher Calling with ‘Integridad’ Video
Today the ‘Integridad’ video debuts as a Latin Grammy contender by Danay Suarez and Stephen Marley for best new song. The song and video are viewed with the pair responding to a higher calling. The ocean in the backdrop is an element signature to Danay. The video’s performance is sang in total Spanish and is a quite uplifting when watching.
As a fierce MC and dulcet singer (a lá Erykah Badu meets Lauryn Hill), Suárez is poised to become the dominant Spanish-speaking female singer in the reggae world. (Not to be confused with reggaeton.)
As a female artist of Cuban heritage, Danay Suárez‘s musical lineage can be traced back to Jamaica and its reggae roots. A fierce MC and dulcet singer at once (a lá Erykah Badu meets Lauryn Hill), Suárez is poised to become the dominant Spanish-speaking female singer in the reggae world. (Not to be confused with reggaeton.)
Relentless in her own conviction, she approached reggae royalty Stephen Marley about collaborating on a song that would live on her critically acclaimed second album Palabras Manuales, for which she earned four Latin Grammy nominations, in the categories of album of the year, best new artist, best alternative album and best new song.