The Latin sounds of Ana Tijoux, Frente Cumbiero, Maikel Delacalle, and Chill Mafia shaped the rhythm of the festival.

4,500 people come out to Miribilla to enjoy the event.

Bad Gyal and her sound system and (characteristic) use of autotune were in charge of making all Miribilla grind to the rhythm of her mythical dancehall hits, while the freestyler Trueno drove everyone crazy with his anthem “Mamichula” and an outpouring of flow so characteristic of the Argentinean. In the last show, the rap duo Natos y Waor brought the roof down, accompanied by their mythical skull, and the Canarian Maikel Delacalle served up their tropical flavor to the festival, mixing reggaeton with R&B and rap. Iruñea’s sassiest crew, Chill Mafia, delivered their rural trap to the BIME Live stage along with the vindicatory lyrics of Chilean French artist Ana Tijoux, the Colombian explosion that is Frente Cumbiero, and the poet Laura Sam in a joint project with producer Juan Escribano.

Music will sound once again from May 4th to 7th, 2022 in Bogota, BIME’s new location in America. BIME will keep its annual appointment in Bilbao to celebrate the 10th edition from October 26th to 29th, 2022, and to reinforce its commitment to building alternate paths in the music industry that facilitate and expand the artistic and professional exchange between both continents.