Hundreds of people queued to bid farewell to the Cuban music legend Pablo Milanes as his coffin laid in state at the House of America in Madrid.
The footage features people queuing to pay tribute to the coffin of Milanes, bringing flowers and saying goodbye to him.
“I think he is one of the most honest and important artists that Cuba has, that art has, and I think it is the duty of every Cuban who is here in Madrid to be able to come and say goodbye to him,” said Yeandro Tamayo Luvin, a producer of Pablo Milanes’ music videos.
Born in the eastern Cuban city of Bayamo in 1943, the Grammy-award-winner singer died at 79 in Madrid early on Tuesday. He was well-known for his poetic lyrics and emotional vocals on hits such as Yolanda and Yo Me Quedo.