Get up and dance!


Lucy Kalantari and the Jazz Cats Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month In Style

by Rebecca Jane Stokes

Some songs just make you want to get up and dance. That’s certainly the case with Juntos somos fuertes. You and your kids will all find yourselves bopping along happily to the catchy, sweet, and uplifting bilingual song by Lucy Kalantari and the Jazz Cats. Equally, guaranteed to keep you wiggling? The charming community-based homemade lyric video Lucy released to go along with the track.

Together with her son, friends in New York, friends (and fans!) in the Dominican Republic, and family members in Florida and Kentucky, Lucy brought her sweet song celebrating togetherness alive. “For this music video, I really wanted my heritage represented in the most genuine way,” said Lucy. “From Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico and all the stops in between. THIS is my community!”

The video is as sweet as the message it shares. It serves as a great visual illustration of the song’s message—we’re all stronger when we come together. It’s a message that’s always important to share with our little ones, even more so during National Hispanic Heritage Month. The fact that Lucy brings so much joy to the track, just makes it that much more fun to listen to and watch.

Looking for more Latinx artists to share with your family this National Hispanic Heritage Month? Here are some other awesome artists you should definitely check out and share with your family and friends. Sonia de los Santos Latin Grammy Nominee, new album ‘Esperanza’ 123 Andres Latin Grammy Winner, new album ‘Activate’ Flor Bromley – new album ‘Pachamama’ The Lucky Band 4x Latin Grammy Nominee, new album ‘Crayon Kids’ Twinkle Time, new album ‘A Mi Me Gusta Sen Yo/ It’s OK To Be Me’ Mister G Latin Grammy Winner, new album ‘Chocolalala’ Mi Amigo Hamlet & Alina Celeste , new album ‘Today Is A Good Day’ Jose Luiz Orozco Suni Paz Putumayo Kids– has released a variety of albums featuring many artists