Take all your nostalgia for the 90s and boom-bap, urban culture and retrofuturism. Add the thump of a boombox and throw it all in a blender and you get some of what Cohoba is bringing us on minitape1, the first in a series.

We’ll be dropping a new track every Wednesday for the next two weeks.

To celebrate, we’ve put together an experience for you to check out:



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Lazy H drops his Debut EP!

Lazy H’s debut EP is finally here. From experimental pop to bass music, our boy has you covered. A lot more to come from this young talent. Stay tuned.

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Lazy H – Bubblegum

Lazy H blesses us with a dancey one to boogie to ahead of his upcomgin Only an Outline EP. Stay tuned.

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Bacayne – Loveware (Official Video)

Official visuals for Bacayne’s “Loveware”. Big ups to Frank X for the excellent work.

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Bacayne does it again

Bacayne blesses us yet again with his spaced out sounds combining hip-hop, IDM and future trap vibes. Not one to be missed.

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Cohoba – Tormentas ft. AcentOh & VFRO (Official Video)

IT’S HERE #huracanvibes #comeatmeirma


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Bacayne – Been Bad

In anticipation for his next EP, Bacayne brings us a freebie remix of the Cassie classic, “Me & U”. Vibe out to it and keep your eyes peeled for more from the upcoming “Alnite”.

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BACARDI x MAJOR LAZER: Music Liberates Music

The project was a success. Thanks to everyone who streamed the song in order for this to happen. Now, check out this playlist brought to you by the BACARDI x MAJOR LAZER: Music Liberates Music project, featuring “TORMENTAS” a new banger by Cohoba, with some help from the boys AcentOh & VFRO.

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Our boy has teamed up with the BACARDI X MAJOR LAZER project. Here’s the breakdown. Major Lazer has dropped his new tune ‘Front of the Line’ on Spotify. The more plays it gets, the more studio time Bacardi will be renting out for amazing young Latin-american and Caribbean producers like Cohoba to collaborate with local artist and create some greatness. Then, all the bangers will get dropped in a Spotify Playlist in August. Want to hear what that sounds like? Check the tune out.

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Mercurial is Here

VFRO’s first EP on Stereoptico comes in strong with some serious Latin American flavor.Trap, Caribbean bass and baile funk are just a few of the styles you can hear as the young producer pays homage to what it’s like growing up in South America and being influenced by this music while championing a forward thinking approach to production.

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