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Audio: Los Carlos' Bombcast Tape


Dutch DJ Los Carlos' returns with a jolted azonto & kuduro mix for Netherlands tropical bass channel Bomb Diggy. His Bombcast 17 features joints from current favorites Sarkodie, Buraka Som Sistema, Batida as well as some of Carlos' own kuduro bootlegs. Stream and download the tape below.

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TRACKLIST

1. Sarkodie - You Go Kill Me (feat. El)

2. Los Carlos - Azonto instrumental

3. Double - Tatali (Los Carlos Kuduro Remix)

4. Los Carlos - Pampa Sani (Kudu-Zoo)

5. Dj Djeff & Maskarado - Elegom Bounsa (Los Carlos Kuduro Bootleg)

6. Los Carlos - Mars Yuh Dalijk

7. Batida - Yumbala (Original Mix)

8. Killamu - Tchilu

9. Puto Prata & Saborosa - My Fofo (Inédit)

10. Buraka Som Sistema - Komba (Feat. Kaysha)

11. Puto Prata - Cara Podre

12. Buraka Som Sistema - Hypnotized

13. Buraka Som Sistema - Tiro O Pé

14. Munchi - Tomma Essa Porra

15. Los Carlos - Vreet Me Mars!!! (Radio Edit)

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