In an effort to continue raising awareness about the current conditions in Puerto Rico and provide additional aid and recovery, today, GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMYnominated band, Locos por Juana, announced the release of the remixed single and music video to one of their titled track,“Pal’ Caribe” ft. Akae Beka (Midnite) exclusively on global music and entertainment platform, TIDAL. In partnering with TIDAL, the bilingual Latin band hopes the release shines a light on Puerto Rico while working in tandem with their CrowdRise campaign, “Giving Solar Light To Puerto Rico.”
The campaign is aimed toward raising funds and sustaining supplies to send Solar Puff lights to communities that are still without electricity. In addition to partnering with TIDAL, Locos por Juana worked closely with Rock the Moon Productions, Sterling Sound, EMPIRE, and The Hispanic Heritage Foundation to help further drive their mission to give back to Puerto Rico. With hundreds of Solar Puffs having already been sent to the Island, Puerto Rico is still in need. To learn more about the campaign and donate to the cause, visit crowdrise.com/locosporjuana.
“We spread love. Especially in tough times Locos por Juana’s mission is to spread positivity throughout the world. Now more than ever, our brothers and sisters of Puerto Rico and all affected areas need our support, love and prayers. We wanted to do our part to help, so we have partnered with several amazing people to send LIGHT to Puerto Rico,” said Locos por Juana in a statement.
The “Pal’ Caribe” single remix furthers TIDAL’s commitment to supporting philanthropic endeavors and key social issues that the music community is passionate about. Earlier this year, TIDAL raised $3.7 million through their third annual TIDAL X: Brooklyn benefit concert which donated proceeds to relief and recovery organizations in support of those affected by the various unprecedented natural disasters including, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria, and the earthquakes in Mexico. The TIDAL X: Puerto Rico initiative, which emerged from TIDAL X: Brooklyn, continued fundraising efforts by sending five cargo planes of supplies to the affected areas in Puerto Rico.