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Caribbean Funk

Latin metropolitan ensemble Caribbean Funk was shaped by Cuban-born MC A.T. Molina who was simply previously taking part in a music group called Brokers 808 and became a exotic music producer immediately after. After issuing a remix from the Latin dance/pop strike “La Bomba,” Caribbean Funk produced its self-titled debut recording. The album premiered in Sept of 2001 by Sony Discos, covering Blondie’s “The Tide Is usually Large” and Musical Youth’s “Move the Dutchie,” among additional songs.

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