Maryam Luna, songwriter, writer, composer and producer flamenco whit other musicians around world.
The Spanish artist moves between rap, poetry together flamenco and rhythms from Arabic and Indian music” .
“if I am rapping I am rapping my street poetry but if I do flamenco, I am singing the suffering of a town and the truth of a cultural heritage .”
The artist began writing poetry from an early age , in 2005 announced its first poem ” One day I felt ” in the book Eclipse of Moon , edition of the poetic center of Madrid, from there no one stops writing prose and verse addition songs.
she live in Madrid, where she began to study flamenco hand singer Talegón of Cordoba, she was learning and recording with musicians numbers covering different musical styles ranging from flamenco, rap and other world music.
“She was learning and recording in Madrid with musicians numbers covering different musical styles”.
Maryam soaking up the musical current at that time was brewing in neighborhoods like Lavapiés one the most famous multicultural neighborhood in the capital from Spain .
“I learned a lot at that time the neighborhood was an explosion of sound , was the meeting point for flamenco and musicians of all places, there was music for everyone corner ” .
” Flamenco is my cultural heritage, rap my tool to express what I feel with another language .”
The new rap follows in the footsteps of Lil Peed or xxx Tentación , guitars and few sound effects, a real sound far from the autotune, the generation of rap souncloud a pure sound in front of the great record labels and prefabricated music.
The artist moves to Istanbul where she is recording between Turkey and Spain what will be her first musical work published ” The moon and the Sun from Yaipur to Istanbul”.
l that will see the light in 2020, while composing her second work with a more poetic sound with hard letters about social problems like racist and religious character with the name of New World Order also she to publish a poetry book called “Flamenco Poetry 40.000 years waiting “.