The Telegraph :: New London, Connecticut

Vente pa'cá" started with an afro-funk groove made by Jah Sazzah who has produced Dub, Reggae & a recent Deep Global Electronic album for Turntables on the Hudson called "Horizons." When asked for a possible vocalist, Nickodemus made some edits & mixes and sent it to Colombian vocalist Jimena Angel who quickly put her signature vocal style in as a catchy chorus saying "venue pa'cá" meaning "come here." Jimena has been on a recent Captain Planet album with a hit song "Pambelé" as well as releasing many Latin/ Electronic / Alternative singles the past few years. The song's afro disco funk feel then got a heavy Caribbean-style four-to-the-floor Poirier remix with an entirely different melody for the dance floors. Poirier is best known for his remixes & modern Afro-Caribbean productions & has a strong-selling album on Wonderwheel Recordings called "Soft Power.
Vente pa'cá" started with an afro-funk groove made by Jah Sazzah who has produced Dub, Reggae & a recent Deep Global Electronic album for Turntables on the Hudson called "Horizons." When asked for a possible vocalist, Nickodemus made some edits & mixes and sent it to Colombian vocalist Jimena Angel who quickly put her signature vocal style in as a catchy chorus saying "venue pa'cá" meaning "come here." Jimena has been on a recent Captain Planet album with a hit song "Pambelé" as well as releasing many Latin/ Electronic / Alternative singles the past few years. The song's afro disco funk feel then got a heavy Caribbean-style four-to-the-floor Poirier remix with an entirely different melody for the dance floors. Poirier is best known for his remixes & modern Afro-Caribbean productions & has a strong-selling album on Wonderwheel Recordings called "Soft Power.
674276613259

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: WONDERWHEEL
Rel. Date: 10/06/2023
UPC: 674276613259

Vente Pa Ca
Artist: Nickodemus
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $12.98
Wish

Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Vente Pa'cá
2. Vente Pa'cá (Poirier Remix)

More Info:

Vente pa'cá" started with an afro-funk groove made by Jah Sazzah who has produced Dub, Reggae & a recent Deep Global Electronic album for Turntables on the Hudson called "Horizons." When asked for a possible vocalist, Nickodemus made some edits & mixes and sent it to Colombian vocalist Jimena Angel who quickly put her signature vocal style in as a catchy chorus saying "venue pa'cá" meaning "come here." Jimena has been on a recent Captain Planet album with a hit song "Pambelé" as well as releasing many Latin/ Electronic / Alternative singles the past few years. The song's afro disco funk feel then got a heavy Caribbean-style four-to-the-floor Poirier remix with an entirely different melody for the dance floors. Poirier is best known for his remixes & modern Afro-Caribbean productions & has a strong-selling album on Wonderwheel Recordings called "Soft Power.
        
back to top