Gente de Zona on Cuba: ‘It is the people who are marching’

Cuban reggaeton musicians Alexander Delgado, left, and Randy Malcom, both with the band Gente de Zona, look out into a crowd of demonstrators, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, as people rallied in support of antigovernment demonstrations in Cuba. Gente de Zona's song "Patria y Vida," which means Homeland and Life, has become the anthem of the demonstrations and is a play on the phrase "Patria o Muerte," Homeland or death, which was a phrase in the Cuban Revolution. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) Wrapped in a Cuban flag, Cuban reggaeton musician Alexander Delgado, center, with the band Gente de Zona, hugs demonstrator Naima Pineda, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, as people rallied in support of antigovernment demonstrations in Cuba. Gente de Zona's song "Patria y Vida," which means Homeland and Life, has become the anthem of the demonstrations and is a play on the phrase "Patria o Muerte," Homeland or death, which was a phrase in the Cuban Revolution. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)