NAAFI Warps Migos, Maluma, and Missy Elliott Into Irresistible Bootlegs on 'Pirata four'

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NAAFI’s Pirata sequence has grow to be a legendary occurring, and its fourth incarnation is characteristically expansive, clocking in at a strong 34 tracks, for which its full hemisphere of producers pulled from reggaeton’s radio bangers to spectacular 90s Brazilian teams. The bootleg buffet opens with ZUTZUT’s texturization of J.Lo and Pitbull’s kitschy 2011 anthem “On The Floor,” a taut instance of the collective’s expertise for reweaving mainstream sounds into three a.m. bops through influential vampire manufacturing tips.

The pastiche format offers NAAFI’s producers freedom to emote extensively — the academically inclined Imaabs touches on Mapuche id for his monitor “CMB Inna” after which turns round for a deconstructed rework of Bieber’s “Mark My Words.” In different locations, the crew takes over the narrative fully from their idols — Tayhana’s driving percussive Ricky Martin edit leaves little quite a lot of wepas and generalized pleasure from his authentic monitor “Maria,” and Wasted Fates submerges Cardi B’s hustler arithmetic in “On Fleek” along with his characteristically exact chime ladders. New York City-based DEBIT fully repurposes Bad Bunny’s “No Te Hagas” to kind an unbelievable layered soundscape one can think about melting minds within the seats of the analogue panorama at San Francisco’s Audium.

Other standout tracks embody ZUTZUT’s exhilarating fusion of LSDXOXO and NAAFI associates Füete Billete and a Pirata debut from Patagonian newcomer Aggromance with a reimagining of 90s Brazilian crew Axé Bahia, who got here from the gorgeous place the place Jock Jams meets Abba. LAO’s tribal vogue spin on Migos’ “Bad & Boujee” will most undoubtedly be coming to a membership speaker close to you. Even Maluma makes it to the occasion, through Pobvio of Salviatek’s industrial spin on the heartthrob’s “Chantaje” function for Shakira. The scope leaves little doubt: with regards to world music traits, NAAFI is watching and able to remix.

Stream the total compilation under, and obtain it here.

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