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.

EDU K & CABALLO ft Saad Shah – Fatafat

Brazilian bass music pioneer Edu K strikes again!

This time alongside Caballo, the duo revisit Herbie Mann’s SUMMERTIME and give it a Punjabi twist with a lot, and we mean A LOT of 90’s hip hop vibe.

The result is FATAFAT thanks as well to the amazing vocals from Saad Shah.

Grab this bomb right here or at our bandcamp!