Mexican Institute of Sound premieres “Stop” with Ceci Bastida

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20 years of career support Camilo Lara, who is already preparing new material and you can now listen to the first single.

Camilo Lara He is one of the most important producers that Mexican music has given us in recent years and since 2004 he has worked on various musical projects, whether in original productions with Santa Fe Klan either The blue Angels, even making remixes for bands like Metallica and Beastie Boys. But this story is not over yet, since Camilo is preparing Something + Rhythm 2004-2024, a compilation of what 20 years of work means, from which it emerges “Stop”, his new single in collaboration with Ceci Bastida.

This is a different song where it takes inspiration from performers like The Mutants either Andres Landeros to create a psychedelic cumbia where the voice of ceci It leads us to get lost with the catchy rhythm.

Give yourself a chance to listen “Stop”, while the new arrives Mexican Institute of Sound and enjoy all the discography that Camilo has achieved in 20 years.


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