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It is formed by the voice of Leonardo Pérez, Jorge Iván on the Tres and Frank Santiuste on the trumpet and they count on the tireless collaboration of other warriors on percussion and on bass. These Cuban musicians settled in Europe and who have a long professional career, joined more than 15 years ago, giving life to other musical formations that have gone through stages such as:

Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland) /// Graffiti
Festival and Exhibition Miami Light Project
Company (USA)  /// Piña Colada Fusion Music
Festival (Cuba) /// Donosti Big Week (Spain) ///
Gay Pride Festival Madrid (Spain) /// Trova
Longina Festival, Cuban music (Cuba) ///
Womad (Cáceres, Canary Island, Spain) /// Black
Sea Festival (Georgia) /// Tanjazz (Morocco) ///
Rototom (Spain) /// Etnosur (Spain) /// Pole Pole
Festival (Belgium) and many others… 


It is the name of their first EP and was born from a common feeling: transmit love and enjoy the present moment through the most danceable music. Their motivation is to generate that healing energy of music and dance that produces powerful transformations.

This is what drives each of their creations, the Beat, the rhythmic beat that is inherent in their sound and that seeks to make your inner Conga come out in the form of movement. Their rhythms, in addition, are accompanied by the intention of its lyrics that carry with them a fun tone and light-hearted language, taking advantage of that closeness generated by humor to introduce messages that convey the importance of safeguarding and recovering human values.


“A trio that combines Cuban son with electronic rhythms. A curious combination. His concert, makes us go through very danceable moments and sometimes, creates atmospheres in the purest trip-hop style. To finish, its lively members urge a very dedicated audience to participate, to which it is not necessary to insist to create any of the choruses. We have great references and it is very difficult to see them… Look for them on their networks, listen to them and don’t lose track of them.”

Sergio Murillo

«The Cuban band launches an invitation to the public to dance and disconnect from the routine, freeing themselves from day-to-day, through their conga sound, but specifically their own. They follow in the wake of the movement of Cuban music that they are having international repercussion and follow the reference of groups like Cimafunk. You Conga is full of Cuban Beat, having the particularity of its sound and being the fusion of its Cuban roots with rhythms such as Son, Rumba, Timba and Mambo with Funk, Hip Hop or Jazz. »

Susana Paralel

«The sound of the“ Cuban beat ”is a mixture of Cuban traditional music with many genres, a concoction of various rhythms is what leads to Warhero Beat. “

Magazine World Groove