DJ Panik "Te Ves Buena"
Texas is not a place you'd expect to find artists pushing cumbia, the dance music native to Colombia that's fast making a name for itself around the world. But there is an apparent cumbia crunk scene in the Lone Star state, and DJ Panik is one of the forces behind the movement combining the Latin American sound with Southern hip-hop beats. "Te Ves Buena," off the new Bersa Discos #3 EP, uses the aforementioned sounds alongside samples of a classic reggaeton tune from El General, and is a fast-paced number with slightly off-kilter beats that are made for dancing.
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