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Haila Mompie ‎– A Tribute To Celia Cruz. Label: Pimienta ‎– 360 567.

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Haila" Maria Mompié González, famous and popular cuban artist singing "Quién Fue" and Celia Cruz famous song "Bemba Colora" at Berns Night- and Concert.

Haila (Tribute to Celia Cruz).

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The most rewarding surprise was the guest appearance of female vocalist Haila Mompie, formerly with Cuba's Bamboleo, who displayed her underappreciated prowess on two tunes from her tribute album to Celia Cruz, "Bemba Colora" and "Sopita en Botella. The mellow-toned Delgado joined her for an exquisite duet on "Pensamiento," an old-fashioned bolero popularized by Mexico's Guty Cardenas in the '30s.

Haila María Mompié is the most charismatic and attractive female lead singer in timba, as voted in the 2003 Timba. But Haila's success is more than a result of her good looks. This charisma in combination with her voice has made her one of the undisputable divas of Cuban music. Haila was born January 28, 1974 in picturesque Las Tunas, about 500 miles east of Havana. Her first solo album, Haila, was under the production of Issac Delgado and was a tribute to Celia Cruz. She followed this with a live album and then in 2005 she released Diferente. This time David Calzado was the producer and the musicians were almost all members of La Charanga Habanera. Diferente won her a Cubadisco 2005 nomination in the category of pop/fusion.

Haila Maria Mompie Gonzalez was born on the 28th of January 1974 in the easterly part of Cuba, Las Tunas. From an early age on, she was wrapped in the beauty of dance, music and singing. After finishing her dancing degree in 1991, she performed with different bands as well as in numerous musicals and cabarets. For the first time ever, Haila toured in Mexico together with the "Guajira Habanera Show" in 1992.

Haila María Mompié González (born 28 January 1974), better known as Haila Mompié or simply Haila, is a Cuban singer. She specializes in son and timba, being the lead vocalist in Azúcar Negra. Latin Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Tropical Album. The venue's reputation began to grow with performances from Latin legends like Tito Puente, Marc Anthony, Celia Cruz and Eddie Palmieri. Haila was born on 28 January 1974 in Amancio, Las Tunas, Cuba. Her father was hobby-singer and her mother a stylist. She started her musical schooling at age nine in Santiago de Cuba, where she studied dance. At age 15 her family moved to Havana, which stopped her career shortly

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1 Bemba Colorá
2 Sopita En Botella
3 Santa Bárbara
4 El Yerbero Moderno
5 Me Voy Contigo
Vocals – Mayito Rivera*
6 La Rosa
7 Usted Abusó
8 Quimbara
9 Ya No Puede Ser
10 Burundanga
Vocals – Lazaro Ros
11 De Noche
12 Nadie Se Salve De La Rumba
Vocals – Paulo FG*


  • Arranged By – José Luis Cortés, Juan Manuel Ceruto
  • Musician – Barbarito Torres, Changuito, Jesus Alfonso
  • Producer – Issac Delgado


2001 Pimienta

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CD210 Haila* Haila ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Bis Music, Unicornio CD210 Cuba 2001
CRACD-152, CD210 Haila* Haila ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Disco Caramba, Bis Music, Unicornio CRACD-152, CD210 Japan 2001

Haila Mompie - A Tribute To Celia Cruz FLAC album

Performer: Haila Mompie

Title: A Tribute To Celia Cruz

Country: Cuba

Date of release: 2001

Style: Timba, Afro-Cuban

Genre: Latin / Folk, Country

Size MP3: 1660 mb

Size FLAC: 1908 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 432


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