Electronic dance

Dance into the weekend with Ravell’s Summer Heaters

Ravell just dropped his latest track, “Baila,” and is getting everyone into the groove this summer with a curated playlist full of radiators!

If there’s one performer in the scene who knows how to light up crowds with a dose of Latin flair, it’s fine. Ravell. This LA-based DJ and producer has made a name for himself over the years with releases that have landed on Arkade and Blossom Musicand his sets at festivals like Hardness were also filled with a lot of energy.

Late last year, Ravell embarked on his latest mission to the scene by launching his own brand centered on blending the realms of Latin music and dance, Kazaa Foldersand releases his first single “Siento.” This track featured a booming house bass beat with guitar strings and other Latin elements layered in for good measure to make it really pop. Now he’s turned the page on the imprint’s second chapter with his second single which arrived just in time for those summer beach parties – “Baila.”

While “Siento” only featured a touch of Latin flair, “Baila” really brings it to the fore with its vibrant beat, perfectly placed horns, looping Spanish vocals, and drop that will have you shaking your booty at the same time. time. This one is sure to ignite any dance floor it plays out on all summer long. To celebrate its release, Ravell curated a few artist tracks, including Gianni Blu, Satellite DJ and Cubism, RED RIBBONand Cookies that will rock you deep into the night.

So hit play on Ravell’s Summer Heaters playlist on Spotify and get dancing. And don’t forget to download or stream “Baila” on your favorite platform!

Stream Ravell’s Summer Heaters Playlist on Spotify:

Ravell’s Summer Heaters Playlist – Tracklist:

  1. Ravell-Baila
  2. Gianni Blu – Una Cancion
  3. HÜGEL; Quarter head – Fever
  4. Carolina; PAPA – Amor e Outras Drogas (Remix)
  5. Mathias D.; Anderva – El Jefe
  6. David Tort; Market; Cato Anaya; Chipi Chacon – Te Quiero feat. Chipi Chacon
  7. Satellite DJ; Cubismo – Morenita – Original Blend
  8. Robby East; Martina Camargo – Guate
  9. REDTAPE – Veneno
  10. Cookies – Locco
  11. Dubdogz; Marianne BO; Flakke; LUISAH – Drop It (feat. LUISAH)
  12. Tom Swoon – Shingaling
  13. The boy next door; Fresh coast; Jody Bernal – La Colegiala (feat. Jody Bernal)
  14. Beowülf – Kulikitaka – Remix
  15. David Tort; Market; Yas Cepeda; Ella Loponte – Strangers (feat. Ella Loponte)
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