The duo was born in 2013 when Jennifer Hicks and Miguel Narvaez met. Presenting folk songs and their own versions of jazz and blues standards: “a tribute to all the music that moves and inspires them.” Purahéi means song in Guaraní, and Soul alludes to Afro-American sounds.
In their development process, they strengthened the concept of searching for a sound that defends fusions with identity, paying tribute to the musical and cultural diversity that represents them with conscience and responsibility.
In 2018, they released their first material, “Swing Guaraní,” an album with 11 Guaraní, Spanish, and English tracks. The material covers languages of jazz, blues, and Paraguayan and Latin American folklore.
Thanks to this work, in 2019, they toured throughout Paraguayan territory, Argentina, Mexico, Spain, England, France, and Germany.
In 2021 they released new material with the single “Desapego,” a song that quickly made their fans in Paraguay fall in love with them and became the duo’s latest hit. In September of the same year, they released “Ymaitéma Piko,” a Guarania written entirely in Guarani.
This year they released the third single from their new material, “Aju Nderendape,” and toured Canada and Mexico for over a month.