The Santa Fe Klan song that is part of the soundtrack of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”

Santa Fe Klan participates in the soundtrack of ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’.

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Angel Jair Quezada Jasso, better known as the Santa Fe Klanis a popular rapper, singer and songwriter originally from the city of Guanajuato, Mexico, who has managed to place himself in the public’s taste.

His personality and talent have led him to add thousands of followers, since on his Instagram account alone he accumulates more than 8 million.

Perhaps his most outstanding collaboration is that of “Big Leagues”, in which he accompanied Snoop Dogg, Alemán, Lupillo Rivera and B-Real, however, now he is drawing worldwide attention after it was revealed that will be part of the official soundtrack of the second installment of “Black Panther”.

This was the bombshell that Marvel released when it published a music video with the song “I am” which is played by the Santa Fe Klan and will be used in the production of “Wakanda Forever”.

The news, of course, has excited Mexicans, not only because of the participation of the Santa Fe Klan, but also because of the opportunity to present a Mexican rap soundtrack in a Marvel film.

The artist, known for other hits such as “I must understand”, “As I am” or “Te Iré a Busca”, has always been proud of his origins, that is why almost at the end of the song you can hear a “Viva México”.

I feel very happy to be part of this very cool project Along with @marvel @blackpanther for the movie ‘Wakanda Forever’ and many thanks to you race that have always supported me that the truth without you would be nothing. You can now listen to the song on all digital platforms, “he wrote on his social networks.

Other songs that will appear on the film’s soundtrack include a version of “No Woman No Cry” by Nigerian artist and producer Tems, as well as “A Body, A Coffin” by Ghanaian artist Amaarae.

It should be noted that the Santa Fe Klan is not the only Mexican who participates in the film. This film will mark the debut of actor Tenoch Huerta in Marvel, who is widely known on social networks for his fight against racism, in addition to leading the #PoderPrieto movement.

However, the Mexican representation does not end there, as it will also be present Mabel Chainwhich gives life to Namora, Huerta’s character’s cousin, daughter of an Atlantean father and a human mother.

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”, from director Ryan Coogler, will have its theatrical release on November 11, 2022.

“Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett), Shuri (Letitia Wright), M’Baku (Winston Duke) and Okoye (Danai Gurira) fight to protect Wakanda from the greed of those who want to invade their land”, is a brief description of the tape .

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