And the timing couldn’t be better for Guaynaa.
“At this point in my career, I don’t care about money. I don’t care about a priority or perception. I care about culture,” the artist revealed. “How are we going to advance the culture with what we do, that’s all. How are you going to get Asians to connect with the Latino people? How are you going to make Puerto Ricans to connect with do Dominicans or Mexicans connect with people in Spain? It’s a really interesting thing because at the end of the day we’re humans. ”
Guaynaa’s passion for interconnectivity and understanding extends to his social networks, where he uses Instagram to “talk about human rights”, particularly in Latin America. It’s just part of the responsibility Guaynaa feels to represent her culture and ethnicity.
“For me, being Puerto Rican is a big fruit,” he mused. “We are here because we have a lot of determination. We are here because we are huge fighters, on both sides. There are a lot of stories, a lot of situations, a lot of inequalities, things that happened. past. And it is still happening now. “