- 1. Tantie Alaba (Meistro Sol Power Remix) by Sol Power DC 6.35 476 plays
- 2. Tarshika (Meistro Sol Power Edit) by Sol Power DC 6.32 377 plays
- 3. Get Down (DJ Stylus Sol Power Mix) by Sol Power DC 4.07 1488 plays
- 4. My Dear (Meistro Sol Power Remix) by Sol Power DC 6.50 461 plays 118.0 BPM
- 5. Buk-In-Hamm Palace (Sol Power Disco Dub) by Sol Power DC 9.27 898 plays
- 6. Mi Machete (Deep Sang Sol Power Mix) by Sol Power DC 4.17 740 plays
- 7. Dime Vida (DJ Stylus Sol Power Banger) by Sol Power DC 5.56 515 plays
- 8. La Chula (DJ Stylus Sol Power Edit) by Sol Power DC 5.09 596 plays
- 9. Rudo Imoto (Meistro Sol Power Bump) by Sol Power DC 6.06 545 plays
- 10. Ashewo Ara (Meistro Sol Power Stomp) by Sol Power DC 5.42 882 plays
- 11. Stevie Wonder - Afrobeat Blues for Don (Soul Train) by DJStylus 4.39 2563 plays 109.0 BPM
- 12. Jehro - Master Blaster (DJ Stylus Batá Skank Edit) by DJStylus 5.11 844 plays 130.0 BPM
- 13. Iro Le Pa (Meistro's Zoo Road edit) by Meistro 5.53 8546 plays
Meistro, Deep Sang and DJ Stylus have all spent years immersed in the Washington DC dance music, nightlife and live music scenes, making names for themselves in every niche from underground hip-hop to reggae to electronica. It was only a matter of time before their paths crossed often enough to consider teaming up to do something together. The DJ trio was fortunate enough to connect with percussionist Hermon Farahi, the funk weapon that completes the Sol Power experience.
A mutual love for the sounds of the African diaspora was the spark for the crew coming together. The Sol Power selection arsenal draws from samba, salsa, afrobeat, cumbia and other deeply rooted genres as well as their modern electronic versions. Whether it’s a classic Dominican merengue or a driving afro-latin deep house track, Hermon Farahi’s expansive vocabulary of rhythms on percussion binds it all together.
The Sol Power All-Stars were in monthly residence from 2009 through 2010 in the bustling Adams Morgan nightlife district of Washington DC and also put together a day long block party to bring Sol Power to an all-ages audience. In November of 2010 the crew moved on to their current residency at the world famous Eighteenth Street Lounge and in August of 2012 they began a second bi-weekly residency at Tropicalia located at 14th and U Streets, NW.