Africa Speaks - Santana

Africa Speaks


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2019-06-07
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2019 Starfaith, LLC., Under exclusive license to Concord Records, a division of Concor


Title Artist Time
Africa Speaks (feat. Buika) Santana 4:47 USD 1.29
Batonga (feat. Buika) Santana 5:43 USD 1.29
Oye Este Mi Canto (feat. Buika Santana 5:58 USD 1.29
Yo Me Lo Merezco (feat. Buika) Santana 6:12 USD 1.29
Blue Skies (feat. Buika & Laur Santana 9:08 USD 1.29
Paraísos Quemados (feat. Buik Santana 5:59 USD 1.29
Breaking Down The Door (feat. Santana 4:30 USD 1.29
Los Invisibles (feat. Buika) Santana 5:54 USD 1.29
Luna Hechicera (feat. Buika) Santana 4:47 USD 1.29
Bembele (feat. Buika) Santana 5:51 USD 1.29
Candombe Cumbele (feat. Buika) Santana 5:36 USD 1.29


  • That VOICE

    By DAS_Architect
    Love Carlos, but this voice is an acquired taste. And I could NOT acquire it. I was looking forward to this new music but yuck.
  • A Failed formula!

    By KIXS
    African music is beautiful without any twist to it and it seems that Santana wanted to make a new formula with it, but unfortunately it failed miserably. I understand Santana is into Nature, shaman, blah, blah. But this Album is simply a chaotic cacophony of instruments with no melody. Even Santana’s riffs and solos are repetitive and not well thought and lifeless. coming to Buika's voice, whom I admire when she is in her "Flamenco" genre, however, in this album she is way out of her element to the point that she is just shouting through the album in a monotonous tone that feel like being at the dentist drilling in your teeth! Simply a failed album, with NOT A SINGLE GOOD SONG. Too Bad!
  • A great journey

    By IGRS
    The journey through this album is like a great story. I feel Santana and Buika's soul and passion. Great artistry all around. Amazing drumming.
  • Something for the culture!

    The Bohemian raspiness of Buika voice combined with Santana has created a true masterpiece.
  • great album!

    By DanielSC1
    must listen!
  • Nope...

    By wildrevoltinghead
    I can't say I like the Santana period with Rob Thomas but there's a reason it sold as it did. Most people want to sing along to what they're listening to...and this is jazzy mumbo jumbo. I read Carlos made a big deal about Buika but I'm not a fan. She doesn't fit in and he knows it too....which is why Breaking Down The Door is the single. It's the only song with something that resembles a chorus you can sing to.
  • Would rather have this all Instrumental

    By poetlife
    I would rather have this as an Instrumental album. I can barely tolerate this record, the female vocalist... UGH, for the love of anything Holy, be quiet. To consider her "Irritating" is being too polite. Santana's EP In Search of Mona Lisa is a masterpiece compared to this full length record.
  • Great

    By tim bullard
  • Santana is reignited on this record...

    By Jimmyjummy69
    I need to stand up for this album. For other long time Santana fans, like back to Lotus and before, I wanted to give you a heads up that you will love this. The music here is transcendent. It taps into the spirit of Caravansarai, but more propulsive and upbeat. Carlos plays things you have never heard him play before, and achieves the unity of world rhytyms he has reached for in the past. He sounds hungry,inspired and engaged. Some listeners have said the vocals are not be thier liking...I wonder if it's that Buika appraoches scales in a way not often heard in Western pop music. To my ear, she is a revelation. Her melodies are such that it's almost better when I don't understand the language so that I can feel her emotions though her voice alone. But it's also the crisp production and the burning performances of the other musicians that make this so special. I wasn't optimistic about this record. But wow. I am not strictly an early days snob. I loved Supernatural and some of his other "pop", but that is NOT what this is at all. This record stands as proof that Carlos belives his "mystical, one-world" philosphies, and he can better explain it to you through music.
  • Love Santana But I Will Pass

    By Anon1786
    It’s a hard pass on Buika with a voice worse than nails on a chalkboard. Make this all instrumental, please and thanks.