(Prensa Latina – Cumbancha) Havana, Cuba – Cuban rap band Orishas, permanently settled in Europe, is participating now along with Hispanic artists in the recording of an album against domestic violence. Gathered under the slogan “Artists united in defense of mistreated women,” the artists’ new album intends to call society’s attention to the situation. In the recording of the double album, titled Hay que volver a empezar II, artists such as Pedro Guerra (Spain), Lila Downs (Mexico), Ojos de Brujo (Spain) and Luz Casal (Spain) also take part. Thus, the Cuban rappers join the production of this second music project born out of an initiative to raise awareness sponsored by the Women Institute of Spain. As in its first edition, which sold more than 25,000 copies, sales revenues will go to associations that assist victims of violence in the European nation.