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Cuba based rap duo, Zona Franka, blends traditional rhythms with the grit and swagger of hip-hop and rap vocal phrasings. Their clever shout choruses create instant tropical dance classics using their unique self-titled "changui con flow" style.
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Lázaro González Hernández

cuban music, musica cubana

intrumento/instrument: voz/voice

grupos/groups: Manolín

grabaciones/recordings: Manolín: El puente: Live in the USA, Manolín: Jaque mate, Manolín: De buena fe, Manolín: Para mi gente, Manolín: Una aventura loca

lugar de nacimiento/birthplace: Guantanamo, Cuba

formación musical/musical background: "la calle"

lugar actual de residencia/current residence: Miami

Lázaro González is the corista, business manager, and brother of Manuel González, aka El Médico de la Salsa.

On one West Coast tour, Manolín suddenly went back to Cuba and the band was left high and dry with no lead singer. I happened to be in the crowd that night (and the next, and the next). Lázaro filled in on lead vocals, and neither the proprieters nor the master of ceremonies, nor a fair percentage of the crowd realized that the "El Médico de la Salsa" they were hearing had a forged medical license! And those of us who did know weren't letting on! The band still smoked, and Lázaro nailed all the guías. The group proceeded to play various other gigs in Florida while they waited for Manolín's eventual return. [Kevin Moore]

Michelle White - martes, 22 marzo 2011, 07:31 pm