Your dude, Steve Ohh reporting on this prestigious Munchi Day here at Generation Bass!
Once that iconic whistle comes on, you know that you’re going to be blown away by that Munchi sound. The Dutch producer hit us with tunes that took the scene by storm. Munchi released some amazing Baile Funk, Bmore, Kuduro, & other various EP’s early in his career that became instant classics in the Underground scene. The sound that was circulating was completely new and all we could do is sit back and enjoy that unique sound that is now tattooed in our musical veins.
In early 2010 Munchi released his Moombahton Promo EP, which in my books is the ultimate Moombahton EP. With his heavy Reggaeton background and a sound like no other, Munchi stamped the Moombahton movement with a perfect EP. To this day tunes of this EP are always played at Moombahton gigs, FACT!!!
In the following months after his Moombahton Promo EP we were showered by tunes and a collaboration that really took Moombahton to another lever. David Heartbreak and Munchi formed a powerhouse collab known to us as H&M. There was no stopping Munchi at this point in his career (El Desaparecido era Intocable).
The open genre producer did not stop, he continued slaying tunes and genres. When his Kuduro Promo was released we were all blown away by the amazing quality of music that he produced. Venturing to another sound was no biggie for Munchi, all he touched was pure gold.
Staying close to the Mooombahton sound Munchi released another EP with Heartbreak that year. Those who followed Munchi at that point of time were always waiting for new tunes on his soundcloud page.
2011 had to be Munchi’s strongest year, unless he says otherwise. With the continuing project of H&M, more EP’s & various Compilations, Munchi had us at the edge of our seats with pure Masterpieces. If by this time you don’t know who I’m talking about just visit Munchi’s soundcloud page and give your ears a real musical adventure.
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