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Afro Bros at Club FIX in Tilburg, Netherlands on Feb. 10, 2018. (Source: Facebook)
Dutch DJ/producer duo Afro Bros joined SpydaT.E.K on Monday night for a guest mix on his SiriusXM show, Globalization Sessions. SpydaT.E.K, a Mad Decent artist and remixer for DJcity’s Puro Pari series, has made their set available due to popular demand.
Signed to Spinnin’ Records, Afro Bros made waves in March for co-producing Nicky Jam and J Balvin’s Latin smash, “X.” In 2017, they co-produced Major Lazer‘s international single “Sua Cara” featuring Anitta and Pabllo Vittar.
The Dutchmen put down an hour-long set consisting of moombahton, reggaeton, Afro bass, and house. Their mix includes several of their original tracks, including their new single “So Much Love” featuring Charly Black and Stevie Appleton. It also includes an exclusive preview of an unreleased track titled “Diki Te Triki.”
Globalization Sessions airs Monday nights at 8 pm PST on SiriusXM’s Globalization channel.
Listen to Afro Bros’ mix and see the tracklist below.
Tracklist:1. Nicky Jam & J Balvin – X
2. Afro Bros ft. Charly Black & Stevie Appleton – So Much Love
3. Afro Bros & Trobi ft. La Toya Linger – Savage
4. Jack & Lewis ft. Moradzo – Bomb On Dem
5. Avi S & Some 1 Else – La Mezcla
6. ChildsPlay, Jack & Lewis – Gimme Sum
7. Afro Bros – Squeezy Beat
8. Blxck Skyle & Madrik – Oushé Kipoo
9. Arewhana Gang & Avi S – Crystal Clear
10. Avi S x San V – Esse Bi Puti – Afro Bros Edit
11. Munchi – ID
12. Willy William – Voodoo Song – Nicolius Bootleg
13. Afro Bros ft. Chris Strick & Djahboy – Diki Te Triki (Exclusive Preview)
14. Danilo – Bun Dem
15. Munchi – Pa Lo Under
16. Unleaded & Don James – Loca
17. Scorpion & Menasa – Ta Malo
18. Nicolius & Madrik – Wata Sam Sam
19. ID – ID
20. ID – ID
21. Artistic Raw – Dil Dil Dil
22. Afro Bros – Pump That
23. ID – ID
24. Afro Bros & Ash – Wine Slut
25. Prince – Funk N Roll – Chris Lake Edit
26. Riva Starr – The Wickedest Sound
27. Josh Butler & Bontan – Call You Back
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Dutch DJ/producer duo Afro Bros have shared the video for their electronic-influenced dancehall single, “So Much Love” featuring Jamaica’s Charly Black and the UK’s Stevie Appleton. The track is an updated version of their 2017 single, “Tragiton.”
The visual finds Afro Bros, Charly, and Stevie going around showing love to people in Jamaica.
Afro Bros hit the scene in 2010 with their Alvaro-assisted Dutch house single, “Dubbelfriss.” From there, the duo’s unique blend of Latin house, Afro-house, and moombahton gained them support from the likes of Major Lazer, DJ Snake, and Chuckie. Afro Bros went on to work with Major Lazer, co-producing their 2017 smash “Sua Cara” featuring Anitta and Pabllo Vittar. They recently co-produced Nicky Jam and J Balvin’s Latin heater, “X.”
Watch the video above and download “So Much Love” on DJcity.