Spanish Duo Kábbala Releases Debut Single ‘Salvaje’

The word ‘Salvaje’, the name of the debut single for Kábbala, means “wild” in Spanish, and the high concept video released to accompany the track plays on this idea, while telling the story an impossible platonic love.

Kábbala is made up of Tania Martin and Carlos Romero, who are both professional dancers with the National Ballet Of Spain. The video for ‘Salvaje’ makes good use of their ballet experience, through stunning choreography, and gorgeous costumes and makeup. The single is an exciting Latin pop track, which saw Tania and Carlos call on Iván Guerrero of Skyline Studios to help them take their music to the next level.

Kábbala have performed at such high profile events as Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, among others, and their dance training ensures that they bring a high standard of competence and professionalism to every project they undertake.

The upbeat Latin pop track comes with a catchy instrumental and a beat that will have you moving even before you realise. Likewise, when watching the video, you’ll be compelled to get up and dance, as the duo and their dancers imitate wild animals.

You can stream and download ‘Salvaje’ here, and watch the video here. Kábbala can be found on Facebook, and Instagram.

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