Tag Archives: sweden

Mapei x Dont Wait

We have been trying to fit this song into sets for the past few months because it’s great and it such a vibe. It’s a song that is a future singalong bbq classic.

Gnucci x Work

Brand new video from the one and only Gnucci. Fresh off her French tour, the swedish don dropped this alluring video. The track goes just as hard, hitting those acid/Juke/booty house sensibilities we like. The lyrics kind of remind me of the Trainspotter creed as well.

Gnucci x Finders Keepers

Brand new Gnucci! Always happy to see her back with some new music. Riding this beat better than many of her counterparts, the song in combination with the visual really sets her apart. Make sure you look out for more from her soon.

Mash Up International x Lava Cabeza (Feat. Gnucci & Timbuktu)

The combination of Gnucci and Mash Up never misses and this is the case again. Throw in Timbuktu , whom we haven’t heard of but will be checking out now, this is some tropical fun. Remixes on the EP come from HDD Fam So Shifty, Tony Senghore and The Very Best and Moroka.
Ps Hootie Who is conflicted by which way to say dance, sometimes it’s his UK upbringing other times it’s his years in California and his wanting to getting buck on the dance floor.

Gnucci Banana x Goodah (Live)

When Gnucci sent this track to us a week or so ago we raved about it on twitter. It dropped on soundcloud this week and we waited to post it (it’s been a hectic week), thankfully we did because this live performance is aces. So here is Gnucci performing on Dutch radio for a group of fans. Goodah sees Gnucci on a Lady Saw slackness rip which always gets a thumbs up from us.

Cocotaxi x Cocoradio #4

We have been fans of COCOTAXI ever since we heard their remix of the Tim Turbo, Gnucci Banana and Spoek Mathambo jawn Hush. alongside their stellar production work they have started a monthly radio show, their latest 1, the 4th in the series is fantastic. Covering not only dancehall but moombahton, reggaeton, dubstep and of course tropical bass. It’s well worth a listen.