Vinyl LP pressing. Tierra de King Coya features diverse guest singers such as La Yegros - musical companion from his first shows at Zizek Club and for whom he has produced three albums. For the song "Tierra de King Coya" a combination of Colombian buyerengue and Argentine carnavalito we find La Walichera's enchanting voice. Balvina Ramos collaborates on "Pa que yo Te Cure" a remix of the song "Linda Flor" (Tira Torito - 2012). Iara Nara - one of the Queen Cholas - jumps in on the track "Pachamá" with airs of a coplera singer over dancehall beats, reinforcing the main objective of bringing folklore to the dancefloor. Bringing folklore to the dancefloor. "Como Saber" (How to know) and "Dorremi" invoke his foundational album "Carnavalito", (Nonesuch Records 2001) instilling a particular energy to this album that aims to represent the journey in which Gaby Kerpel ultimately becomes King Coya. The end of this road comes with "Icaro Llama Planta" alongside Isabel Pinedo Rengifo's mystical voice, a healer from the Shipibo community (Peru), who's shamanic chants invite the listener to reconnect with the earth and give closure to this festive ceremony.