The Cuban violinist is already known for his version of “Bajanda.”
Source Redacción CiberCuba
The young Cuban Marcos del Risco continues to surprise with his impressive violin versions of pop and urban music hits. The musician became known among the Cuban virtual community after interpreting Bajanda, the multiversioned song by Cuban reguetonero Chocolate MC, with pure electric violin.
Marcos has once again pulled out his instrument to delight his fans on networks with his take on popular urban tracks Taki Taki, originally performed by Ozuna, Selena Gomez, DJ Snake and Cardi B, and Mía, the hit by Drake and Bad Bunny.
The youngster intercuts the melodies of both tracks to make way for what he has dubbed Taki Taki vs. Mia.
“Fantastic “, “Bravo”, “You’re great”, “I loved it”, “Why don’t you do a Shakira thing?”, are some of the comments left by her followers on YouTube.
With this video, Marcos reaffirms himself as a very talented young man, with a great sense of rhythm and with a great skill to handle his violin.