by Mad Decent
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Remastered and mixed, Munchi's debut Mad Decent EP Out this tuesday features all the songs the launched moombahton to the next level!
2.Pero que lo que mujer
3. La Brasileña Ta Montao feat. Angel Doze
5.Toma Essa Porra VIP feat. DJ Blass
Soon as the first moombahton edits hit the net, Munchi was ready. Slowing down Dutch house tracks to make mutant reggaeton made a lot of sense to a resident of Rotterdam with roots in the Dominican Republic. Munchi knew as well as anyone (and better than most) that Dutch house and reggaeton were kindred genres, each a skip and a jump away from dancehall reggae. He began cooking up his own moombahton that night, emerging with much more than another set of edits. Arguably the first originals of the genre, Munchi's tracks were built from scratch, imbued with touches of baile funk, cumbia, kuduro, bmore, samba, breakcore and more. Unlike Dave Nada's seminal edits or influential remixes by A-Mac, Uncle Jesse, and Melo making the rounds, Munchi could put his name on his tracks front and center. Blowing up the blogs, he proved himself prolific and popular almost immediately, releasing acclaimed promo packs by the pound and building a devoted audience.
By pursuing his own singular vision of what the genre could be, Munchi pointed the way -- lots of ways actually -- to move moombahton beyond surprisingly serviceable novelty remixes in order to make it a genuine genre. His cross-breeding fusions even birthed a substyle he dubbed moombahcore, a steroidal take on the sound that now boasts hundreds of its own adherents. After Munchi's wildly successful experiments, moombahton became a lot more kitchen-sink. This EP collects the classics, marking the moment that Munchi blew the frame open. Club wreckers that set the stage for a wave of producers learning to love the space between the kicks, the place to wind your hips. You'll find it all here: evocative samples, epic build-ups and drops, thick-ass drums, sudden jokes and, of course, that trademark jingle. It also features new twists on old bangers, like lacing "La Brasileña Ta Montao" with brand new vocals from Angel Doze, Munchi's favorite reggaetonero, making it the first real meeting between moombahton and its Puerto Rican cousin. Munchi's amped about his first EP for Mad Decent and will be touring in support over the next couple months, bringing Munchi Presents: Moombahtonista Tour to cities in the US and Europe with a launch at Moombahton Massive in DC on February 15th.
- Wayne & Wax