Holy Hell, Idenity Festival in Bristow Virginia was crazy. Unfortunately, because I attended the craziness, I had to miss out on Moombahton Massive at Uhall. This post is dedicated to some brand spanking new moombahton. Oh and im going to add in a little dubstep at the end.
First up, is a track by one of the founding fathers of moombahton. I’m talking about Sabo. Sabo is based out of LA and has been making Moombahton for a while. He’s established himself in the Genreand has played venues in DC numerous times. In this remix, he takes the classic latino song “Cuban Queen” and adds his own flair to it.
This song features the talents of the Nadastrom and Sabo. For those of you that don’t know, Nadastrom is composed of two people. Grammy Nominated “Matt Nordstrom” and Moombahton Creator “Dave Nada”. This song is a complete change of pace from most of the Moombahton I post on here. This song “Far Nearer” features a really incredible use of steel drums. Being from the island of Trinidad, I have a huge soft spot in my heart for any use of that instrument. So here it is Nadastrom and Sabo’s Edit of “Far Nearer”.
Following the trend of really chill and soft Moombahton, I want you to pay very close attention to a producer called Jon Kwest, who is slowly establishing himself on the moombahton scene. “Cubia” is an easy listen and has a beat that will keep you pressing the repeat button for days to come.
Sazon Booya, a phenomenal moombahton Producer out of NYC, returns to the attention of the electric squeeze with “EL Gato Volader”. This moombahton jam goes everywhere, play this with loud speakers and you will not be disappointed by the extreme rifts and the mellow beat.
This next remix was just released by Torro Torro. It remixes the already massive moombahton hit “Que Que” by Diplo and Dillon Francis. Massive track. Fuego
Lastly, I’m going to leave you with a dubstep goodie. The original song “Killer” was produced by Disco Fries fries featuring the pop superstar Clinton Parks. This track was re-done by Qbik and Xsessiv, and turned into a phenomenal dubstep production.
That’s all for now
Stay thirsty my friends
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