With release of K. Sabroso’s Babina Numa EP that includes remixes of Senor Oz, Caballo, and Jairo Mendez, Rad Summer deepens our exploration of tropical bass music
Continuing Rad Summer’s end of summer blitz, our fifteenth release finds us tapping Latin funk producer K. Sabroso to give us a deeper understanding of tropical bass music. K. Sabroso’s original mix of “Babina Numa” is a 108 BPM banger that follows many of the conventions of moombahton but adds its own twist on the drums and a persistent vocal chant. The rest of the EP is rounded out with remixes from Jairo Mendez and Senor Oz that maintain the 108 BPM and a remix by Caballo that jumps the tempo into 140 BPM territory. For anyone looking for auditory vacation to a remote beach party, K. Sabroso is ready to take you there.
Ay Que Rico! Que Sabroso! Sutiweyu Sandoval began his musical journey on the dance floor, studying the science of beats and breaks while earning his stripes as a b-boy. In 2009 Sandoval decided to focus his attention on music, both as a DJ and producer. Looking to his Central American heritage, Sandoval reinvented himself as K. Sabroso, developing a music style based on hip-hop breakbeats while incorporating textures from Latin American music traditions. The end result is a brand of latin funk entirely his own, and is making the rounds on dance floors worldwide. K. Sabroso has an aresenal of singles and remixes coming out soon and an artist album just around the corner, estan listos?Released August 27, 2012