Audio: Buraka Som Sistema's Enchufada Mixtape

New hour-long mix from Portugal/Angola beatsmiths Buraka Som SistemaE-Radio Enchufada Mixtape #25 strays a bit (no too far) from the crew's typical kuduro leanings, opting for a more straightforward house progression. It features cuts from Diplo, Africa Hitech, Chris Brown, and a Caspa remix of Buraka's own "Hangover (Bababa)." Grab Komba LP, out now via Enchufada!

E-Radio#25 - BURAKA SOM SISTEMA by enchufada


01. Hackman – Close

02. Voxels – Last Wrong

03. Savage Skulls – Lorimer

04. ??? – One Love (Riva Starr Remix)

05. Oui Wack – Possessed

06. Mastiksoul & Buraka Som Sistema – Sabalo

07. Modek – Mumps (French Fries Remix)

08. Gregor Salto – Paris Luanda

09. Diplo & Oliver Twizt – GO

10. Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb (Realize Bootleg)

11. J Kenzo – Let It Move

12. Champion – Lighter

13. Woz – Seen

14. Buraka Som Sistema – Hypnotized

15. Poirier – Vivendo Juntos

16. Kry Wolf – Shakedown

17. Matta – Turning Tricks

18. Buraka Som Sistema – Hangover (Bababa) (Caspa Remix)

19. Requake – Waterdrops

20. Africa Hitech – Out In The Streets

21. Fresh – Arkanoid

22. Chris Brown – Look At Me Now

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