Posted by Spice on October 10, 2012
Praise the lawd: some top shelf, grade A moombahton at last! The Trap Takeover of 2012 has not been especially friendly to the 112 bpm genre, so Will Bailey’s bouncy, laser-heavy remix of Bro Safari and ETC!ETC!’s “The Clap” is a most welcome addition to this Wednesday morning. Break out your dancing shoes and get the free download below.
Bonus track: Bro Safari and ETC!ETC! – Suspects
Posted by Sev on October 6, 2012
I have to say that I’m absolutely sick of the horrid remixes I have been hearing of this track. I have heard so many that the original is nearly ruined for me. For the few who successfully did remix this track, I say thank you for not murdering such a great tune. Bro Safari is the don of all that is Moombahton and Trap lately and the man has provided the fans with another killer collaboration with UFO!. This Trapt out remix accompanied by some nice melodies and heavy bass did the trick for this remix.
Posted by Spice on September 13, 2012
Bro Safari is back with another big free download for his fans, this time bringing us some bouncy trap that’s tailor-made for a 12th Planet liveset, that house party you were thinking of throwing this weekend, or your car’s speakers when you’re whippin it with the windows down and want to let the world know what’s good. Yes, everyone is all over trap right now (undoubtedly to the endless amusement of the hip hop community, which has been pumping out trap since 1873), but there’s no denying that when it’s good it gets the vibes flowing like nothing else.
Posted by Spice on May 24, 2012
FNT fave Bro Safari just hit the 10,000 like mark on Facebook, and as a sign of appreciation to his fans he is giving away this gritty dubstep headbanger for free. Bro Safari is typically known for producing funky, danceable moombahton tracks with an edge, so I see this as something of a departure from his usual style. Nevertheless, it’s awesome — more dubstep plz, Bro Safari!
Posted by Sev on March 20, 2012
The Moombahton underdog, Valentino Khan, unleashes another banger supported by the likes of Dillon Francis, Toddla T, Bro Safari, ETC!ETC!, Sazon Booya and more. Not many know of this amazing producer, who has been behind some big tracks in other genres that were mentioned in the previous post about him that was a collaboration entitled Rukus. Be assured you won’t be disappointed with his productions and this track is another supporter to that argument. Show the man some love and like his FACEBOOK page.
Posted by Spice on March 19, 2012
Sev’s got a test to study for so I am bringing you Moombah Mondays tonight. This is a big week for moombahton, with the giant cluster of amazing that is Hard Miami Moombahton Massive happening on Wednesday (D.C. represent…but seriously if you’re in Miami on Wednesday you’d be crazy to miss that) and, of course, tons of artists performing at Ultra over the weekend. No better way to kick it off than with some fresh bangers, so let’s dig right in.
First off, Bro Safari just dropped a remix of SPL’s “Back At It” and you really need to give this one a listen. This track has been getting airtime in a lot of sets recently and for good reason — it goes incredibly hard and brings that funked out moombah vibe to another level. Preview it below or download it on Beatport.
Next up are two awesome tracks from Cyberpunkers. “Dungeon” is probably my favorite track this week — it’s grade A moombahcore and delivers heavy distortions, catchy leads and a swinging bassline. You can’t listen to this and not want to dance.
This second Cyberpunkers track is on par with the above — the break after the drop is basically filthy. Who are these guys and why had I never heard of them before tonight? Their production is dope.
Lots more goodness after the jump…
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Posted by Sev on March 8, 2012
One of the top artist in Moombahton, Bro Safari, has released his newest EP “Bros Gone Wild”. From the eye catching artwork to his unique interpretation on Moombahon, this EP is a definite must have. The EP pushes the bounds of a new style of music, because what you thought was Moombahton before you heard this EP will make you reconsider. I can’t say that I have a favorite on this EP because they are all equally diverse and appealing, but if I had to choose it would be Avalon (feat. LeDoom). The track starts off nice and smooth with a latin feeling drum and sliced vocals that slowly progresses into a ruff sounding synth Moombahton drop with a dope bounce feel to the track. This EP isn’t what you are used to hearing, but it is definitely worth the listen. Grab it on Beatport HERE.
As an added bonus this dope remix he did for Treasure Fingers was given away for Free on the same day his EP released. Grab the download in the Soundcloud description.