[NEW RELEASES] Rhythms del Mundo
There’s a ton of hip in this do-good effort, with indie darlings like Editors and the Kaiser Chiefs, but some matches are better than others. Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” was weird enough coming from Fall Out and John Mayer, but add in some timbales and you’ve got one strange mishmash of musical genres.
Then again, one listen of Tunstall’s “Because the Night” and the up-tempo cover of “Big Yellow Taxi” by Aquila Rose and Dana Valdez is enough to make you want to bust out a flowing skirt for some sassy salsa dancing of your own.
By Hannah Bae
Rhythms del Mundo
Genre: Latin pop
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