Ghetto Kids’s Latest, Featuring Mad Fuentes and Selene, Has Serious Summer Flow

By | 28 July, 2020

Ghetto Kids have released their latest video featuring Mad Fuentes and the new female promise of urban music in México: Selene.

Ghetto Kids formed at the beginning of 2013 in a small room in a Mexico City ghetto. Since then, the trio (Alejandro Estrada, Luis Díaz and Jonathan Torres) have risen up to playing shows at huge worldwide festivals: EDC, Flow Fest, Beyond Wonderland, and more. With two DJs and a drummer in their live show, they mix neoperreo with other Latin rhythms, global bass and pop.

And this month Ghetto Kids are the featured artist for Spotify México, part of the Global Artista Radar which throws up the biggest artists in Mexico’s urban music scene.

Their new video “Muévelo, Sacúdelo” is a chill dembow that takes us on a road trip from the ghetto streets of Mexico City to the beaches of Acapulco, Guerrero in the west-coast of Mexico. “Muévelo, Sacúdelo” has the perfect beach vibe, ideal for barbecues and beers, and especially if you’ve got an inflatable pool, for a lowdown lockdown chill! It’s a relaxed dembow for dancing all day and night this hot summer.


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