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Download DJ Eko's Global Bass Mix '¡Paleta! Vol. 1'

DJ Eko drops '¡Paleta! Vol. 1,' a 50-minute mix of global bass with music from Magic System, R2Bees, D'banj, E.L. and more.


OG soultronica bass selector (and OKP Mixtape Mondays regular) DJ Eko rounds up the hottest global bass tracks in her latest musical odyssey. Inspired by her Brooklyn party of the same name, ¡Paleta! Vol. 1 is a masterful curation of classic azonto, zouglou, kuduro and kaseko joints across continents and decades. The 50-minute mix seamlessly places Abidjan quartet Magic System and Mali's Issa Bagayogo alongside reigning Nigerian/Ghanaian heavyweights D'banj, E.L, Omawumi and  R2Bees. Stream/download the summertime playlist ¡Paleta! Vol. 1 and peep the full tracklist below.

¡Paleta! Vol. 1 Tracklist

1. Grupo Bahia Trio - La Monita Retrechera

2. Issa Bagayogo- Gnangran (Atropolis Remix)

3. Thornato - Marimba

4. Debruit - Nigeria What?

5. Fr3e - Tribal Skank

6. D’banj - Oliver Twist

7. Omawumi - Somori

8. E.L. - Obuu Mo

9. A’won Boyz - Azonto

10. Volksgroep Naks  - Mi Libi A No Ja Kama (Reaganomics Remix)

11. Yakki Famirie - Faluma (Africa Latina Remix)

12. Masuper Star - Airtime

13. Magic System - Premier Gaou

14. R2Bees - Life (Walaahi)

15. Busy Signal : Dah Style Deh

16. Bambounou - Flaly

17. Emmanuel Jal - Kuar (Olof Dreijer Remix)

18. Beyoncé : Drunk In Love (Mathematic & Kay-Z-Jay Remix)

19. Ciara x Dubbel Dutch : Hymn x Body Party

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