Following her last sold-out appearance at La Linea in 2015, Ana Tijoux returns to London. Considered one of the most respected rappers in any language, she has established a standard not only for female rappers or for rap in Spanish, but for rap itself. In her new project Ana has made a change in sound and style, exploring a more intimate side dedicated to love and heartbreak.
Since releasing her hit 2014 album Vengo, Tijoux has dusted off old boleros, tangos and waltzes to explore new ideas, to have fun, and to create an intimate and nostalgic musical encounter with her audience. Together with her long-time collaborators Raimundo Santander and Ramiro Duran, she has taken the Latin classics of their youth – from Chilean legends like Violeta Parra and Victor Jarra to Chico Buarque and Simon Diaz – to create Roja y Negro: canciones de amor y desamor.