Start your monday morning off right with some moombah and more from Munchi. His one hour guest mix for Diplo’s Diplo & Friends radio show features a variety of genres including bachata, moomabahton, and trap. Despite their differences Munchi manages to seamlessly transition between all of them. The amount of adrenaline in this tracklist might be enough to get you through the morning without your usual cup of coffee. We also suggest trying this one on for size at the gym.
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