Our Venezuelan homeboy TALAL MEZHER has been killing it lately with his remixes, and Latino Resiste do not really posts remixes of hype intended track, but we need to really make exception to the latest releases from this dude because he’s been killing it. So without further chit chat, make sure you grab, JBALVIN, BAD BUNNY & DRAKE, and Maluma.
Keeping the old reggeaton revival vibe that has been getting major buzz lately, Latino Resiste brings two of the sickest mooombahtonistas from the new wave, Medina and JavierjoeK, who are giving a full bass treatment to Tego Calderon’s anthem.
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ST7V is the newest addition to the always expansive Mal Dicen family.
The young producer from Puebla Mexico has been grabbing major attention on the jungle terror and moombah underground scene, this wicked producer isn’t afraid to blend his Mexican heritage with the most insane bass.
On his submission for the label, he unveils FAKE YOUR MOOMBAH which is a nice rendition to the cumbia bass beats evolution immersing completely on the dembow vibe….making sure to highlight what Mexican Moombah is all about, following the steps of the likes of niozekid, J Estrada, Ghetto Kids and many more.. Grab FAKE YOUR MOOMBAH for FREE DOWNLOAD
Striking Hard from La Paz (Bolivia) RedKen Panda has been killing the Andean Bass game alongside fellow “Oi Mas Bass collective”.
RedKen Panda is the main project from young producer Victor Suarez, who has been pushing his take on the Andean Bass to the same level Bacondo or Dengue Dengue Dengue have reached. in facct, it would be meaningless, not to mention faintly ridiculous, to start talking about “sophisticated” or “experimental” Andean Bass, in part because the music is so rigorously party-focused which is also a big art of its appeal for younger generations. But there’s also a stylistic restlessness that makes QUIERE MAMBO a more surprising listen than you might expect. Crucially, this gorgeously Andean Bass sounds impressed with its own unexpectedness: In the middle of moombahton’s no-nonsense party vibes, pretty much anything is up for grabs.
Los Angeles is one of the world’s cultural melting pots in which people from all backgrounds converge. however, it is not secret that the vast latino population has a vast influence in the underground musical diaspora.
Randy de Miro aka RAND!ZZLE is one of these multi-talented producers who has been grabbing attention lately for his eclectic taste and approach from all over the bass radar. the semi-veteran has been in the game since 2012 although for his debut on the label he drops RITUAL.
The track is a fusion of eastern elements, Caribbean drums, and tons of lower frequencies that will make your speakers cry bass.
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