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Chomba Boom: New Single

Oye Globalistas!


Our good buddies, Chomba Boom have a new EP out called “Mestizo”. I asked them to deal up the skinny on the release, and here’s what they had to say:


Multinational duo Chomba Boom are back with a new song and EP entitled “Mestizo”. The lead single features an appearance from Hip Hop visionary Homeboy Sandman, well known for his unorthodox flow and thoughtful lyrics.
The song has a catchy tropical disco vibe and is sure to be stuck in many heads, no matter what language you speak. There are also three distinct remixes and an instrumental version to round out the EP. The first remix comes from New York city veteran DJ and producer Cousin Cole. First known for his Baltimore Club and later Moombahton and Disco productions, in this case he has contributed a 90s ‘Hip-House’ remix with a swing reminiscent of Salt-n-Pepa or HeavyD. The Chombas also decided to remix themselves; Loki, using his daTrixta moniker, and Richi as his Yoyoyo solo project. The daTrixta remix is a spacey Cumbia and Yoyoyo remix is an experimental electronic proto-house version.
Written in response to the demonization of immigrants, Latinxs in particular, the song is a celebration of all things Latin American, at the same time encouraging people of all backgrounds to come and boogie with Chomba Boom. This is the last single and remix release from the guys before dropping their debut full length album with their label Apapachame later this year.



Chomba Boom · Mestizo


Posted on: May 24th, 2021 by Bumps