Released on Universal Music’s Aftercluv label, “Demasiado Loca” has also received an accompanying video. The bizarre visual finds Sak, Jon, Chevo, Aarpa and some dancers posing with random objects in front of a white background.
“Demasiado Loca” marks Sak’s second collaboration with his fellow countryman, Aarpa. The two joined forces last fall on the single “En La Boca” featuring Yuli.
Sak Noel on DJcity’s MikiDz Show in Los Angeles on Aug. 27, 2018. (Credit: Julian Melanson)
Buzzing Spanish DJ/producer Sak Noel dropped a high-energy, Latin-infused set on the MikiDz Show on Monday night. The Barcelona native’s performance featured a variety of Latin dance music, including exclusive and unreleased material.
Sak also spoke with hosts MikiWAR and DJ Dainjazone about the development of his career, his Barnaton label, what’s coming up for him, plus more.
Watch the full show below. You can also download the audio via iTunes.
Hosts DJ Dainjazone and MikiWAR (Credit: Julian Melanson)
Spain’s Sak Noel and Salvi have dropped a visual for their single “Mash up the Place” featuring dancehall duo RDX. The high-energy, horn-laden track is the follow-up to Sak and Salvi’s 2016 hit “Trumpets” featuring Sean Paul.
The pack features a cumbia and moombahton remix from DJ Santarosa and Thombs, a Puro Pari reggaeton remix from Big Syphe, a future house remix from Safety First!, and a VIP moombahton remix from Sak and Salvi.
In addition to the new versions, Sak and Salvi have also released a steamy video for the original. It stars artists from Sak’s label, Barnaton.
Stream the remixes and watch the video below and download the remixes exclusively on DJcity.
Sak Noel is on fire right now. The Spanish DJ/producer has dropped four tracks over the last three months and shows no signs of slowing.
His latest offering, a jungle terror heater called “Préndelo,” continues the momentum. The track, which was released on Sak’s new Barnaton label, features him alongside frequent collaborator Salvi and Colombian DJ/producer Garvanin.
“After our first releases on Barnaton, we are willing to explore how our music works in the 128 BPM range,” Sak tells us. “The Barnaton sound will never be attached to one BPM range. We will continue to experiment and hope the people enjoy it as much as we do.”
Stream “Préndelo” below and download it on DJcity.