Still Alive

Un Grupo con Un Nuevo Estilo

By Reyna Trevino
Published on LatinoLA: April 28, 2007

Still Alive

With a style of their own and a rumba form of tropical dance and Hip-Hop, this group is currently being played across Latin America and currently about to hit big in the United States. This talented Colombian group is made up of four male members- Sunday, Bigday, RJ and the youngest Mkliky.

Descending from a family filled with musical talent, not only do they write but they also produce and arrange their own music. Their music is unlike your average reggaeton sound. Not only does their mixture include Hip-Hop, but also the different sounds of Latin music, which include: el Mapale, el Chande, el Porro, Paso Doble, just to name a few. Their influences include Eminem, Juanes, Ruben Blades, Tego, Don Omar and Daddy Yankee.

The guys want to make sure that their music can be heard by all and everyone, no matter what age so they make sure their lyrics are positive and uplifting. Each song brings life, happiness and a message to the heart.rnrnAfter 10 years of hard work, tears and perseverance, Still Alive met up with Abel and Ray Romero who own Patron Records. Believing in them, they took on the project under their label and are taking Still Alive to the next level. They currently have two singles under their self-titled album released through Patron Records- Lady and De Feria, which are charting record pools nationwide. They also have been touring and you can also catch their Video on LA TV, MUN2 and soon to day view on MTV3.

This group is sure to catch your attention especially if you get a chance to catch them Live. Their mixture and infusion of different sounds of Latin music and Hip-Hop combined with their synergy and passion of life is guaranteed to bring you to your feet- NO DOUBT!

"We want the whole world entirely to know our music by sound, lyrics and most of all enjoyment!" - STILL ALIVE

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