HYAT - EP album Hyat - meaning Life, came out through the collaboration of the amazing artist/music producer & dj Stranger Souma and the composer/multi-ethnic instrumentalist Lucian Nagy. Released on the 7th of July 2019 Composed & produced by Stranger Souma & Lucian Nagy Mixing & mastering by Stranger Souma Artwork by Sarra Geist
Our Tribe's New album entitled "State of Soul" has been released via bandcamp as well. Feel free to purchase it/ Bellow we still have the campaign thru the single and who's gonna buy the single and donate more than 10 euros will receive as a Gift our album. Thank you all
Our Tribe's NEW Single entitled "The African M'Ganga" has been released Feel free to follow the link bellow and purchase it. For those who would like to be ONE of the FIRST 1000 persons who will receive our BRAND NEW ALBUM feel free and PURCHASE our NEW SINGLE via the link bellow. DONATE more than 10 euros for the track via Paypal and we'll send you via the e - mail that you'll leave on the purchase procedure the code for the album. For those who would like as well to be among the 1st 1000 persons who will receive our NEW ALBUM and they would like to DONATE via BITCOIN Wallet more than 10 euros in value of bitcoin, feel free and contact me via the link bellow, where we'll exchange the wallet codes/e-mail adresses and after the transaction will be completed, you'll receive The African MGanga single and our album State of Soul as a Gift. https://www.facebook.com/balkumbero There will be a limited edition of 1000 albums to be given!!! Be one of the 1000 persons who will receive this GIFT!!
"Brassica Soup" - recorded in the year of 2015 as side-man with Bega Blues Band. Feel free to follow the link bellow and purchase the album.
"Live At The Philarmonic Hall in Arad" - recorded in the year of 2014 as guest artist with Gabriel Oscar Rosati & BraziLatAfro Project
"Bueno Pá Gozar" - recorded in the year of 2009 as side-man with "PauldeCastro y su Orquesta Dengue" Short Press Review: "De Castro rounds out the recording with a collection of interesting pieces that explore several different stylistic approaches. The rhythm section establishes a gentle bolero behind De Castro’s understated melodic reading on “Chinita Linda” followed by a soulful interpretation from saxophonist Lucian Nagy. The group changes gears with a quick baiao groove as De Castro pays tribute to the influential Brazilian composer on “Hermeto.” Flores plays upon the song’s bluesy tone, mixing equal bits of flash and style until Nagy twists through the funky foundation with a brash soprano sax sound." Chip Boaz The Latin Jazz Corner