Boombox Cartel Celebrate Day Of The Dead With Heavy Hitting "Dia De Los Muertos Mix II"

Boombox Cartel Dia De Los Muertos

Today we are celebrating the famed Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos, with a huge mix from Boombox Cartel. The duo has been unstoppable this year with their recent album, Cartel, containing singles such as “Alamo” and “Jefe,” and the remix album that followed. Today they’ve delivered one of their heaviest mixes to date with “Dia de los Muertos Mix II.

Boombox Cartel’s Day of the Dead mix is chock-full of high-energy bass music, including a variety of their own tunes as well as those from need-to-know acts in the game. From the get-go, we can hear their recent remix of Hudson Mohawke’s “Cbat,” and Candyland’s heavy trap flip of their tune “Phoenix.” Other heavy-hitters from Rickyxsan, Virtual Riot, Getter, and more fill the spaces in between.

In honor of this Mexican holiday, Boombox Cartel made sure to throw in some Latin hits such as Climax’s song “Za Za Za” and Don Omar and Lucenzo’s “Danza Kuduro.” With such an eclectic selection of tracks, the duo has shown that the best way to celebrate Dia de los Muertos is with this mix from Boombox Cartel. Check it out below and enjoy!

Boombox Cartel - Dia De Los Muertos Mix II

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