Latin Grammy Winner Gets 9-Year Prison Sentence in Cuba

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A Cuban courtroom imposed jail sentences on two well-known Cuban artists who took half in composing and recording “Patria y Vida,” the viral rap track that turned the anthem for disaffected Cubans banned by Cuba’s Communist regime and gained two Latin Grammys final 12 months.

Hip-hop singer Maykel Castillo and visible artist Luis Manuel Otero, who’re main members of a dissident motion defending civil rights on the communist island, have been convicted of contempt and public dysfunction, amongst different costs, Cuba’s lawyer common’s workplace stated on Friday.

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