Feid: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

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Anamaria Sayre | April 22, 2022
From the road up of conventional Colombian devices to the cardboard enjoying interlude, each second of Feid’s Medellín, Colombia pool corridor efficiency invokes the sensation of charlando and cantando, chatting and singing, with buddies.

Seamlessly anchoring all 5 tracks with a bass-emulating acoustic guitar and cajón-driven dembow, the brand new guard reggaeton royal brings distinctive instrumentation and culturally vital visuals to this Tiny Desk (house) live performance for a deeply genuine portrait of a star on the rise baring a sonic piece of his soul to the world.

Flexing his multi-instrumentalist background, Feid brings in a brand new instrument for every association of his hit tracks to signify the 5 totally different areas of Colombia in a complete homage to his house. He opens with su propio area, utilizing a tiple guitar from the Andean area on “JORDAN IV.” Moving to the Llanos, his band breaks out a harp for a ravishing rendition of “TE MATA.” He pulls in a tambor alegre on “VACAXIONES” to signify cumbia from the Caribbean area. Pausing for fast brindis, taking a shot, he closes out the present with two heartfelt numbers: First, an accordion-backed, vallenato model of “AMOR DE MI VIDA” for the Atlantic coastal area, after which a closing pivot to the Pacific coastal area he mixes in a marimba de chonta on “SI TÚ SUPIERAS,” earlier than leaving the corridor and driving off on a motorbike.

The Colombian artist makes use of his full 15-minute set to depict a creative and intentional musical picture of his house and its wealthy sonic variety, bringing the individuals, place and spirit behind a world style middle stage.


Feid: vocals
Pedro Mejía: Music Director, guitar
Nicolás Guevara: cajón
Angel “Arpangel” Rodriguez: harp
Daniel Uribe: tiple
Mateo Morales: tambor alegre
Kike Riascos: marimba
Luis Javier Hernandez: accordion

Director: Sebastian Sánchez
Executive producer: Feid, Sebastián Arango
Project Manager: Albert Piedrahita
Production Coordinator: Fernando Ríos
Personal Manager: Luis Villamizar
Assistant Director: Ana Isabel Duque
Director of Photography: unmojigato
Audio Engineer: Miguel Mass
Assistant Audio: Estefania Giraldo
1st AC: Camilo Gutierrez
2st AC: Lukas Restrepo
Ronin: Sebastián Escobar Gil
VHS Camera: Felipe Molina
DIT: Santiago Arango
Gaffer: Julián Echavarría
Lighting Engineer: Carlos Beltrán
Electric: Nilson Florez
Assistant Lights: Jhonatan Satizabal, Arnulfo Villada
Production Design: Camila Agudelo
Assistant Art: Elizabeth Rendón, John Esteban Isaza

producer: Anamaria Sayre
Video producer: Michael Zamora
Audio Mastering: Josh Rogosin
Tiny Production Team: Bob Boilen, Bobby Carter, Kara Frame, Joshua Bryant, Maia Stern, Ashley Pointer
Executive producer: Keith Jenkins
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

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