Moombahton trailblazers Dave Nada and Tittsworth form new label, Hermanito
Dave Nada and Tittsworth have announced their new label, Hermanito, with a website update and hints on social media that indicate a launch. Washington D.C.-bred Dave Nada is known for stumbling upon midtempo Afro-Caribbean grooves at a house party in D.C., slowing down the Dutch electro-house tune, Afrojack’s remix of Silvio Ecomo and Chuckie’s “Moombah,” from the standard electro-house bump of around 138 beats per minute to a more laid-back 108 BPM.
Tittsworth was instrumental in bringing Baltimore club and moombahton to the masses through his T&A record label with DJ Ayres in 2006. The genre that combines elements of reggaeton, dancehall, reggae, and Dutch house can be found in some of today’s most popular hits such as Justin Bieber’s “Sorry,” Drake’s “One Dance,” Ed Sheeran‘s “Shape of You,” Major Lazer’s “Lean On,” or Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Bieber’s “Despacito.” The combination of these two underground moombahton greats should make for some major sensual electronic music.
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— Hermanito_Label_RIP (@HermanitoRIP) January 30, 2019
— ČƦᗛƵℨ —- El Cabrito (@CRAZEARONI) February 12, 2019