Marinah was a singer and composer of Ojos de Brujo, the combo that broke musical boundaries merg-ing rumba and flamenco, with a thousand rhythms from here and there. Once that adventure was over — which lasted from 1996 to 2013 and left a handful of luminous discs and innumerable performances inside and outside our borders — she began a solo career, which so far has borne the fruit of two al-bums, “El Baile de las Horas”(2013) and “Afrolailo” (2017), in addition to another long duration shared with Chicuelo, “Sintonías” (2015).
Her most recent work, released last spring, is the aforementioned “Afrolailo”, on which she worked with musicians that she already knew closely from Ojos de Brujo.