Azerbaijan pop singer Dima, who is a native of Azerbaijan, recently toured with her countrymen, who are also members of Aztec culture.
Dima performed at the Aztec festival of Zululand, in which participants were dressed in traditional Aztec attire.
She wore a traditional dress with a large veil and was accompanied by her father, her brother and a group of friends, the BBC reported.
Aztec people have been known to wear elaborate headdresses during their celebrations, as well as masks that allow them to disguise their identities during the festivities.
DIMA’S POP-UP IN AZTEC CULTURE: https://t.co/qQg1L6z0kCulturedAzerbaijani singer DIMAS PERFORMANCE: https: //t.com/4Nqb2v2nPZoZabian pop singerDima, seen here with her father Dima’s brother and other Aztec members at a festival of the Aztecs, was inspired to perform at the festival of Aztecas.
The BBC also reports that Dima has already performed with her own band, the Zulu Dance Orchestra.
Azerbaean pop-up music has also been featured on BBC Radio 1’s popular “Azeri Songs” series, which aired in the UK and Ireland.
DIGITAL RECORDING: https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=ZrK0fjD9XzU The Aztecan and Aztec Culture website has been updated with a video and a news article about Dima and her band, which was filmed at the Zululem festival.
The song “Aztec Dance” was also featured in the music video for Dima in her native Aztec language.