Building on the well-rounded efforts that were his previous releases, MAJIX drops “Salsa Cabana” produced by Nick V of The Baka Boyz – a whirlwind mix of Pop, Urban and Latino music flavors, and this time, the overall flow of the music is effortless, with no tolerance of wasted notes.
The song actually feels important right from the beginning, kicking off with the rock-solid percussion. It is bursting with energy and will keep your head bobbing and your body moving all the way through. MAJIX’s style is energetic and contagious, perfectly suited to Miami party music.
If you’re a MAJIX fan, then you have to have this single, as he has taken party music to another level here. “Salsa Cabana” is super fun dance music that doesn’t need too much thinking to enjoy. It is a classic “feel good” recording. MAJIX has shown on this track that he’s got the art and the talent to create good, awesome music. You just put this in and you’re back at the club in Miami in seconds.
For those of you who have grown up in Miami, and understand how hip hop, rap and bass have always been part of the listening library together with some great writers and artists from the area. MAJIX is up there with the best of them, delivering a great Miami and Latino style.
Lyrics, rhymes and the beat are excellent. If you’re hooked on dancing, get it, don’t think about it, just get it. “Salsa Cabana” produced by Nick V of The Baka Boyz by MAJIX is that good!
MORE ABOUT MAJIX: North Miami born and raised artist Majic, also known as El Majico, is the new face of Urban Pop Latino. A perfect fusion between Latin and Hip Hop culture, Majic represents a breath of fresh air that the industry has been missing.
“I make music because I love it, it’s in my soul!” he says “Music that invites people to my lifestyle, the Miami South Beach lifestyle!” he adds, “Miami is the Majic City we work hard and play harder, from South Beach to the ghettos of Miami!”
Since the release of his first single, “In A Daze” he’s been traveling and gracing stages worldwide. Majic’s music has been compared to platinum artist Pitbull and Flo Rida. “I don’t mind the comparisons, Pitbull and Flo Rida are from my city, they help break down the doors for Miami artist’s to get money!” he adds, “You gotta love that!”