Was sifting through my digital collections and look who I’ve found! Do you remember Roberto Roena? You should! Because he was one of the biggest in Latin music of the 70s at the time. Well, I must admit, I’m exposed to so much culture that even I can’t always remember names a lot of the time. However, I know we all have got to remember his signature song “Coro Miyare.” YO!!! Guys, this song will force you to dance! You put this on your turntable, and the music would literally take over your legs and make you dance! By the time the record finishes, you’d see puddles of sweat dripping all over the floor. I’ve seen it so many times; if a guy could not keep up with this song, nobody would dance with you. Long story short, Roberto started off with a group called El Gran Gombo; busted out some hits and then joined a band called “El Apollo Sound,” busted out a few hits with them; then eventually moved on to join the group “Fania All Stars.” It was with this group he recorded his iconic song “Coro Miyare,” under the Fania Record label in 1971.