In early 2015 I was on tour in Colombia and Panama. I had some Riddims in my baggage because I hoped to meet some singer who wanted to spread a word on it. And so it was. Thanx to Martin Valero and the Es Fiebre Crew I was connected to the Panamanian Plena pioneer Julito Balacera. Julito has a hard history in a wild Panama, which suffered a lot after getting “canaled”. Today he is a man full of love for his children (and he has plenty of them), who doesn’t take any drugs or even drinks alcohol.
So it was a beautiful day, the first gig was done and we went on a day trip to check out the Canal. Later, we entered the jungle and found a relaxed place where I could install the studio and so we recorded this two tunes. Maybe you can hear some apes laughing in the records.
Then I gave the stems to some producers I really like. The guys from El $abor in Barqui- simeto/Venezuela, bringing back the tropical and jungle vibes, Erick Jaimez from Dallas/USA and Fake Moustache from Mexico DF making it a trap, and Tribilín Sound from Lima/Peru made it sound really psychotropical.
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