A report by Marjua Estevez for Billboard.
After causing a stir with “Me Mata Tu Amor,” youth sensation and Cuban quartet Angeles returns with a thrilling music video to their follow-up, “Me Enamoré.” Formed by Ángel Rodriguez Quintero, Sian Chiong, Hansel Delgado and David Rodriguez Mesa, the band takes to the streets of Old Havana for young love.
Directed by Jose Rojas, the video takes viewers around Habana and use many of the island’s emblematic objects, rendering tons of culturally-significant moments. Check out the video below, as well as five of the most iconic scenes from the Cuba-set visual.
Habana Vieja: The city-center of Old Havana is an architectural gem unlike any of the Caribbean town. Famous for its colorful Cuban baroque and Moorish-influenced buildings, equal parts dilapidated and newly restructured.
Classic coches Americanos: No Cuba scene is complete without its famous 1950s-era classic cars, which point to Cuba’s historical automotive industry.
El Capitolio: The National Capitol Building in Havana was the organization of government in Cuba, but today serves as home to the Cuban Academy of Sciences.
Gran Teatro de La Habana: The distinguished theater sits inside a building known as the Galician Centre of Havana and houses other theaters, conference rooms, a concert hall, an art gallery and much more.
El Malecon: The miles long seawall along the coast of Havana is perfect for hanging out on a Friday night, when locals often breakout the rum bottles and bata drums for a no-frills good time with family and friends. It’s also perfect for strolling along and catching some breathtaking views.