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Sangre Al Ritmo Latino

I've been anticipating this record since Nacional Records announced it earlier this year! What an amazing collabo of two talented artists. Sangre is my favorite track, the hook and the lyrics remind me of my abuelita would say. PS: Ana Tijoux's feature is golden!!!

This is amazing!

I've been waiting for this. Great driving music and sooooooo many good collaborations. 2 thumbs up

Eric Bobo (Cypress Hill/Beastie Boys) + Latin Bitman = Ritmo Machine

I've been a longtime fan of Eric Bobo's percussion work ever since the Beastie Boys' "Check Yer Head" and "Ill Communication" albums of the early '90s. His percussion has always added a lot of live energy to the Beasties and Cypress Hill's live shows, so it is great to see him collaborating with the Chilean turntablist Latin Bitman. There is a laundry list of dope collaborations on this record, my favorites being "Witness This Heat" (featuring Chali 2na from Jurassic 5) and "Senny Sosa" featuring Sen-Dog from Cypress Hill......but hands-down my favorite track is the instrumental joint "Maestro." What a killer slab of old school, Latin flavored hip-hop funk!


Born: April 24, 1968 in Queens, New York, NY

Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Eric Bobo, son of legendary Willie Bobo, trails only (perhaps) the Roots’ Questlove as the most significant percussionist in the formative decades of hip-hop. Bobo’s fierce Latin rhythms aided the Beastie Boys in their evolution from rap brats to hip-hop revolutionaries and earned him a permanent residency with L.A. troupe Cypress Hill--he became an official member...
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