The young latin band consisted of nine members, including Tony Ortega and Julio Millan, the trombonist. Their music was very much in the traditional salsa style of a strong rhythm and tight horn section, with soulful vocals. The rhythm is salsa dura and the vocals are in Spanish. Many of the songs were heavily inspired by Afro-Cuban music from Cuba. This debut album includes the original recording for classic latin soul song Rain. The band has a funky, progressive sound with two trombones leading them. Their musicianship is a testament to the band’s youthful energy and enthusiasm. They have a music that explodes with fiery solos and hard-hitting percussion, and their vocals are evocative of their youthfulness. Their music is described as guaguanco and descarga by CDBaby.