Chocolate Puma have released a very long snippet of their upcoming single, “Ay Mama Mia.” We’ve expressed our feelings for the long standing duo in previous posts and those feelings still stand true. As the title implies “Ay Mama Mia” is Latin influenced and features a hip-shaking drop. “Ay Mama Mia” in its original form will be official theme song for the upcoming Sons of Buena Vista Social club film. Chocolate Puma’s version is set for release on January 15th alongside a Chocolate Puma dub remix and remixes from David Aude, Sick Individuals, and Robbie Rivera.
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