And the timing could not be higher for Guaynaa.
“Right now in my profession, I do not care about cash. I do not care a few precedence or notion. I care about tradition,” the artist revealed. “How are we going to push ahead the tradition with what we’re doing, is all about that. How are you going to make the Asians join with the Latino individuals? How are you going to make the Puerto Rican join with the Dominicans or the Mexican join with the individuals from Spain? It is a actually attention-grabbing factor as a result of on the finish of the day, we’re people.”
Guaynaa’s ardour for interconnectivity and understanding extends to his social media, the place he makes use of Instagram to “speak about human rights,” particularly in Latin America. That’s simply a part of the accountability that Guaynaa feels to symbolize his tradition and ethnicity.
“For me, being Puerto Rican is an enormous fruit,” he mused. “We’re right here as a result of we have numerous willpower. We’re right here as a result of we’re large fighters, each side. There’s numerous story, numerous conditions, numerous inequality, issues that had been taking place previously. And it is nonetheless taking place proper now.”