In 2013, Colombian rapper Binghy led music and lyric workshops with youngsters from the village of Arusí, near the Chocó Base. The creative workshops explored the community’s history and the current problems faced by young people. Hip-hop was also used as a way of bridging historical ancestral rhythms with the present. Hip-hop is now an important part of contemporary culture in Afro-descendant communities globally.
The process was documented by video artist Sebastián Bravo, who produced four videos to accompany the songs. Recorded in Arusí they were produced in Bogota with the Support of Santiago Mejía, an established music director.