Four-piece rap act Orishas were formed in the late ’90s by ex-Amenaza members known as Ruzzo and Youtel, who moved from Havana to Paris as part of a school exchange program. Their collective name is based on divine beings worshipped by Yorubas from West Africa, later combined with Native Americans and European Spiritualists. Los Orishas remained in religious rituals in Cuba and Brazil. Orishas released A Lo Cubano in the year 2000, mixing Afro-Cuban music and universal rap beats and rhyme. ~ Drago Bonacich….continue….