On his second album, Colombian Party, Sunka succeeds where so many others have failed and unites electronic music with south American influences. In this process, he works seamlessly with a range of collaborators. On the bass-heavy title track, he weaves the rude vocals of Raspapulaman into the bouncy groove, while "Bajo La Luna" is more reflective as Marlen Obregon's hypnotizing tones unfold over mournful brass and tom-toms. In the main though, this is a celebratory affair, and Sunka brings a party mood to the Latino hip-hop of "Lo Que Suena" - which features Kartel Pacifico on vocals - as well as the good time, party house of "Amaneciendo".
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