PREMIÈRE: Cholita Sound Gets Heavy On The Trap In New Video ‘Dopa-Mina’| 21 November, 2017
After a long run of Andean and tropical music experiments, Cholita Sound hijacks the trap sound to manifest her latest vision, a song concerned with corporal empowerment and mind liberation achieved through metaphorical drugs. As always, her visuals combine ghetto flamboyant locations and outfits, connecting the music to a social context with low resources as an aesthetic element.
The track, which features Tito Kush, was produced by Cholita Sound and Madrock, mixed by Sebastián Carrasco and mastered by Peruvian artist Tribilin Sound. The video is directed by Nicolás Astorga alongside Caterina Purdy (Cholita herself, again) and post-produced by Ce Pams.
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