Cual Es El Bochinche | DulkFyah x DJ Viking | Panama 2019

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Funky Business is the most popular song coming out of the Caribbean Basin for the summer of 2018. Having said that, it should be noted here that the change from "Funky Business" to "F*cking Business" is making the song even more popular.
So why are we here again with this song. Simply put we have another version of the same song to talk about. This time Panamanian Soca singer, DulkFyah Garcia along with DJ Viking, have dropped the Spanish version (aka Socatina for Latin Soca) of the song entitled "Bochinche"!

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So you need to keep your ears peeled for new Latin Soca music releases as Trinidad absorbs Venezuelans fleeing that country. "Bonchinche" does not translate to "Funky Business". However, in the Latin American Spanish World "Bonchinche'" can take on several meanings. All of which, when to think about it, boils down to "Funky Business".

"Bonchinche": fuss, rukus, muddle, mess, gossip, wild party! Whatever meaning you apply it all comes back to the original song done by Fimba... Funky Business. This version by DulkFyah does not stray from the original song in terms of the music. We will have to get an assist regarding the Spanish vocals. It goes to show that for everything in life 'time and place' is very important. The right vibe, catchy lyrics, a good hook and a solid music production could cause a song to 'catch fire'. DulkFyah gives "Funky Business" a push in the Latin music market. Kudos to all concerned. 

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Cual Es El Bochinche (What is the Comess)
Performed by: DulkFyah x DJ Viking
Produced by: Evolution Studio Panama
Spanish Version of Funky Business by: Fimba Jardine

Original Song Production Notes:
Song Title: Funky Business
Performed by: Fimber "Fimba" Jardine
Written by: Fimber "Fimba" Jardine
Recorded at: Parry Jack Studios
Tracks Produced/Mixed/Mastered by: Kamall Archibald SoundDomain Studio
Composers: Kamall Archibald & Shernelle Williams

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The Original Song by Fimba


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Dulkfyah said…
Thank yuh one more time from Panamá all d best damalee
Dulkfyah said…
All d best from Panamá family