Cuban reggaetonist Yomil Hidalgo celebrates on Wednesday the second year of Haberse Coronado as the son of Changó, the King of the Osha rule and the owner of the Batá drums.
“Today marks another year of haberme coronado the saint who has protected me, has given me stability, maturity and calmness, a saint who has given me much more to become the person I am today” he wrote on his Instagram page.
The musician, one of the members of the popular duo Yomil y El Dany, also said that only he and his saint know how many barriers he has managed to overcome and he asked that the blessing and ashé of Changó never go lower.
Changó in the Yoruba religion is the God of thunder, lightning, justice, virility, dance and fire. Last year, Yomil also reminded his followers of the date on his social networks with an image in which he was seen kneeling at the altar.
The musicians will begin this weekend a series of concerts in several US cities. as part of the “Dopados de la Mente 2018” tour. Tickets for the shows are already on sale.
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Hoy se cumple otro añito de haberme coronado el santo que me ha protegido,me ha dado estabilidad,madurez y tranquilidad,santo que me ha dado mucho más para convertirme en la persona que hoy soy,por eso te agradezco mucho sólo tú y yo sabemos por todas las cosas que hemos pasado y cuantas barreras del camino hemos quitado,por eso en este día mi padre quiero hacerle saber públicamente de que estoy orgulloso de ser hijo de usted, del CABO “CABIOSILE CHANGÓ” y que su bendición y el ashé nunca me falte.
Original Source: CiberCuba