Latino Resiste gets extremely proud to unveil their latest endeavor.
A new series called MELTING POT, in which we will try to cross-pollinate the freshest global sounds with a Latino twist.
Giving a real meaning to what made us what we are in the first place, global bass.
for our first MELTING POT we explore mesmerizing INDIA bringing some of the most badass in the indu-scene like the late Sidhu Moose Wala, or the amazing Jasmine Sandlas who are pretty much the equivalent of a Bad Bunny or Karol G respectively.
But we also have a great collabs between Caballo & Brazilian bass master EDU K with punjabi singer Saad Shah,
a massive crossover with Caballo x Tigerstyle who were the Bhangra bass pioneers, and even a Bollywood track with the badman Mr Shammi.
Hip hop has been a global phenomenon for decades, but it’s only recently that Latin Underground Hip Hop has emerged as a powerful and dynamic sub-genre within the hip hop community. With a unique blend of traditional Latin rhythms, socially conscious lyrics, and cutting-edge production techniques, Latin Underground Hip Hop is capturing the attention of audiences around the world.
At its core, Latin Underground Hip Hop is about giving voice to the marginalized and disenfranchised. From Puerto Rico to Mexico, from Chile to Argentina, artists are using their music to address social, political, and economic issues that affect their communities. They are telling stories that might not otherwise be heard and creating a platform for underrepresented voices to be heard.
But Latin Underground Hip Hop is not just about political commentary. It’s also about pushing the boundaries of what is possible within the hip hop genre. Musically, Latin Underground Hip Hop draws on a wide range of influences, from traditional Latin rhythms like salsa, cumbia, and reggaeton to contemporary electronic and experimental sounds. The result is a sound that is both innovative and deeply rooted in tradition.
Today Latino Resiste proudly releases one of the most exciting Latin Underground Hip Hop artists today: SARVICA, a 16 years old Colombian rapper whose politically charged lyrics have earned her spots in local rap battles and some buzz in the real underground scene.
Sistema en Tick Tack has been recorded/mixed by RAP/HIP HOP kings: Emboscada Estudios
If you’re interested in discovering the vibrant and dynamic world of Latin Underground Hip Hop, there’s never been a better time to start exploring. With artists from across the Spanish-speaking world pushing the boundaries of what is possible within the genre, Latin Underground Hip Hop is poised to become one of the most exciting and influential movements in contemporary music.
And even tho the genre is somewhat popular within Brazilians, it is almost unknown outside the inner circle.
Singer/songwriter Leopold Nunan releases the first single, “Quem é teu baby?/ Who is your baby?” from his debut album. “It’s a sound that represents my roots with a mix of afro, native sound with pop rock influences. It’s highly percussive and uplifting. It’s Global Music and I am ready to take on the World,” enthuses the artist about his latest work.
And we are extremely proud to be able to release the exclusive RASTEIRINHA remix made by 17 y.o. Brazilian prodigy KARAN!!!
The album, “Leo from Rio“, the name by which the Los Angeles community knows him, arrives on streaming this year filled with samba, new bossa, jazz and rock. On the album, the majority of the arrangements and instruments were created by Brazilian prodigy Alberto Menezes.
The album is a tribute to Leopold’s father, Plastic Surgeon and Professor Virmar Ribeiro Soares, who passed away seven years ago. He bequeathed Leopold a legacy of more than 300 rare records by giants of Brazilian Popular Music, Sergio Mendes, Gal Costa, Vinicius de Moraes, Azimuth, João Donato, Elza Soares, Jorge Benjor and more. Leopold found a surprise in the collection, an original album from Sonia Santos released in 1977, months after she recorded this feature in Leo’s track. Says Leo, “I cried so hard after finding this relic and called Sonia and Ana immediately.” These wonderful records, that he can’t stop playing, inspire the album’s vibe and it’s dive into Brazilian Popular Music. All from the point of view of an artist with a prior career in electronic music: “I am going back to the basics, all instruments are played by musicians. I had a chance to produce a sound that is a legit homage to my roots and ancestors.” The song will have as a bonus, several dance floor remixes by Brazilian artists like Lucio K, Karan!andDJ Marcao Rezende.
Perreo House is getting massive support in the underground, and it will be just a matter of time that we see a complete shift in the urban latino scene going full house related and 808 related perreo with all the intended sub-genres flirting with the infectious vibe.
We are very glad to bring back one of the most prominent Techno-Perreo producers in the Ecuadorian scene to the Latino Resiste fam.
Benaje, whose bass tracks we have been honored to have couple of times keeps killing it, and this time he joins Caballo to drop another vibe that is getting massive exploration in the afro-caribbean scenes, which is the Afro-Bass.
Latino Resiste is extremely happy to finally have a whole EP from one of the OG’s in the game.
Back in the day he created a new genre called Junglaton (Drum and Bass fused with Moombahton) alongside Jon Kwest. However, El Nomada kept evolving the game and actually has gone really deep into the game and making great statements in what Latin Drum & Bass is.
Born and raised in Ponce, Puerto Rico EL Nomada sound is a blend of upbeat UK Drum and Bass style percussion, with Latin Reggaeton, and deep dark eclectic Synths and Bass sounds.
At the time he was dubbed “The King of Drumstep” by UK’s Dj UMB from GenerationBass.
El Nomada is also a pioneer of the moombahton movement in Kansas City, and founder of the Kayceeton guild of Kansas City moombahton producers and overall a real OG.
His latest EP called Sabor a Machete is a brutal statement of what Latin Drum & Bass is.
After a huge wave of cumbia in the late 2000s the genre got steady and went back to their original roots in most of the countries that the genre is still alive.
Argentina, Colombia and Mexico kept evolving the genre without losing its cultural impact and it’s very much alive and well in the underground scene, although there is an obvious disconnect between the playlists on the digital streamers and what really people listen on parties, especially street based parties.
Latino Resiste’s Carnnibal who has dropped 3 dancehall albums with the label goes Mestizo with the head honcho Caballo to release BADMAN TALKIN’.
A truly mestizo sound that will remind you why Cumbia and Ragga Dancehall are cousins, and when they both are on the same page.. IT’S STRAIGHT FLAMES.
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Since the label inception we have been keeping an eye on everything Tribal, we were very grateful to spot some of the most talented guys at the moment before they got famous such as Erick Rincon, Dj Tetris or Javier Estrada on our compilations AZTLAN & 3BALL (CLICK TO check them out) In the same spirit, these genres keep evolving, and we’ve got the privilege to unveil for many this super talented producer.
Perreo Prehispanico? Why not… Guaracha 3Ball? for sure!!!
Xavo Castillo makes straight flames directly from Nuevo Leon (Mexico) and his stuff gets better by each second you listen to it. DOWNLOAD IT FOR #zeropesos