Fusicology.com on May 3, 2012with 0 comments
J-Boogie returns for the final single from his “Undercover” album with a tropical burner for the summer. “El Ritmo” is a carnival ride through the Cumbia sounds of Bang Data, featuring bi-lingual spits from Deuce Eclipse.
The DJ Sabo remix takes us into Moombahton territory for a romp in the club. Sabo is the creator of the Sol Selectas and Moombahton Massive series. He’s been running with Mad Decent, Dave Nada, Munchi & several other Moombahton selectors to create a new scene from the multicultural dembow sound.
“No Freedom” is a nod to the classic sounds of Afrobeat with Pleasuremaker of Afrolicious laying down the funky groove for MC ZULU to deliver his message of political affairs. Kush Arora bangs out a remix for the club with some aggressive bass and 808 stompers. His mix of UK Funky and Dread Bass takes the horn section into outer space. This single is sure to create some sweat in the clubs over the summer!
J Boogie is the Producer who brings all these artists from different walks of life together into a musical representation of the new tropical sound. Funky, soulful, percussive, and ready for the club.
“El Ritmo” will be available on May 8th.
In the meantime, you can hear J-Boogie’s new mixtape, Tropi-Dub, here.
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Tagged with Afrolicious, Bang Data, Deuce Eclipse, DJ Sabo, El Ritmo, J Boogie, Kush Arora, MC ZULU, No Freedom, Pleasuremaker, Tropi-Dub, Undercover