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Buraka Som Sistema 'Do Me Now ft. Yadi (Castro Remix)' [Premiere]

Stream our premiere of British producer Castro's remix of Buraka Som Sistema's "Do Me Now" alongside Yadi.


Buraka Som Sistema's third studio album Buraka, which dropped a couple months ago, featured a collection of tracks that expanded on the group's haywire zouk bass and kuduro-influenced electronic productions (see: "Vuvuzela (Carnival)" and "Stoopid"). The Lisbon-based group is now readying the release of Buraka Remixes, a 6-track EP that'll include reworkings from a varied crew of Enchufada affiliate beatmakers like JSTJR, Copia Doble Systema, The Clerk, Robs & Duke and KKing Kong. Today we're premiering the remix EP's opening track "Do Me Now," which was given a thumping, deep low-end remake by British producer Castro who warps the original's kizomba-leaning beats & London singer Yadi's vocals into a jolting, vivid synth production. Stream the track and see the full tracklist for the Buraka Remixes EP, and download the release by signing up to Enchufada's newsletter below.

>>>Download Buraka Remixes EP via Enchufada

Buraka Remixes EP

1. Buraka Som Sistema – Do Me Now (feat. Yadi) (Castro Remix)

2. Buraka Som Sistema – Lights Off (KKing Kong Remix)

3. Buraka Som Sistema – Toque (JSTJR Remix)

4. Buraka Som Sistema – Vuvuzela (Carnaval) (Robs & Duke Remix)

5. Buraka Som Sistema – Sente (Copia Doble Systema Remix)

6. Buraka Som Sistema – In a Minute (feat. Alo Wala) (The Clerk Remix)

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