The Empresarios stormed into Summer with their four track Cambumbeo EP which was well received on radio stations and dance floors worldwide. The Empresarios showcased some new heavy bass, beats and trap flavor on that EP and are now following up with a Latin Trap single. Ten Cuidao is the newest song from Washington, DC's Empresarios and it showcases the lyrical talent of lead singers Francisco "Frankie 40" Rosario and Felix "El Doble" Perez. Watch yourself as the bassline drops and the Empresarios bring you another Summer scorcher.
Ten Cuidao uses spaced out trap beats to build a glitched-up bed for the Spanish Hip-Hop vocals of Frankie 40 and El Doble to great effect. Crank the volume and pump the bass, after a brief intro the beats build up into a dubby stutter frenzy and half-time staccato. The mood is eery and almost spooky with synth washes and digital effects sprinkled throughout the track. The Empresarios vocalists really drive the tune, riding the moody bass and rapping to the crisp beats and breaks.
The boys are back with some rugged sounds that have enough boom bap to satisfy even the most jaded hip-hop heads. Ten Cuidao is the sound of the summer, bringing that digital Boricua flavor from the streets to your stereo. An instrumental version is also included for the DJs, and stay tuned for some Cambumbeo Remixes coming soon too.