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Category Archives: Reggaeton
DJ Nongnuzii – ร็อคเอ๊าะเย๊าะ Some strange Thai kid who loves DJ Chuckie. He also makes Reggaeton & Bubbling tracks. At least I think he does, I could have just found a folder of his favorite songs, which include Roll it … Continue reading
Chocolate MC – Track 2 My roommate recently spent some time researching the educational system in Cuba, and generously brought back gifts, including the harshest cigarettes in existence, weird Santeria DVDs, and some dope Cubaton mixtapes. This Chocolate MC joint … Continue reading
DJ Gecko – Manquinon Perfect cumbiaton, nothing more, nothing less.
DJ Chicote ft DJ Dex – La Gordita Manosa Warped perreo version of my favorite anti-cumbia song of all time. Fuck a moombahton, I’ve got ADHD.
DJ Trivi – Prrum!! Extraterrestre It’s weird reggaeton week I guess, and this one is WEIRD. Appropriately titled, this Peruvian DJ can’t decide what to do with an already alien Cosculluela joint. Chopped, screwed, sped-up, and some of the added/misplaced … Continue reading
DJ Tuncay – Culo Dinamik DJ Tuncay – Culo Styles Turkish Music Two Turkish versions of Culo to go along with your Turkish bubbling. Those loony synths fit the original drums like a three fingered glove and I’d imagine these … Continue reading
DJ Peligro – Dame Duro (from Pa Tu Consumo 2010) Lately I’ve been obsessing over perreo, which aside from crotch-to-ass dancing is well, reggaeton made specifically for crotch-to-ass dancing. Well, kind of. It’s modern form brings back the griminess of … Continue reading
El General – Te Ves Buena (DJ Nano Batuque Remix) 2009 I made my neighbor “trip the fuck out” the other night after playing him a bunch of older dancehall and reggaeton from the stash that made him reminisce about … Continue reading
It’s often hard to find something so lyrically driven as hip-hop interesting when you don’t speak the language, but Immorales found solutions. Comprised of six rappers and producers part of the Dutch Antilles diaspora who’s music could be accurately described … Continue reading