Music helps sets the rhythm in New York City. From Harlem, the Bronx, and Brooklyn it’s the music blaring from a passing car, blasting out of an apartment window or an old fashion boom box on the corner that adds character to each borough.
Fashion is my first passion but music is a close second. Having grown up in New York I can’t help but appreciate all types of music. For me the summer is about barbeques, staying out late, going to the hottest parties, and dancing the night away. For a while there were some changes in New York’s nightlife that were not for the better.
However, more recently, I have seen another shift happening. Music being produced has become much more “new,” and fresh and capturing a time in New York nightlife when the music was out of the world, nightclubs were popping up all around town and after-hours were common ritual. This is evidenced in a recent find on Twitter.
Nightly I review all my new followers and check out their websites to see what amazing talent is following me. I enjoy interacting with those who also have the same passion for creating something out of nothing. Zawezo Del Patio (@Zawezo) is a new follower of mine and I’m pleased about it.
Zawezo is establishing a new Latino wave and I believe he can do it. The second I landed on his website, I was greeted to a sound that only a native New Yorker, Urban FLRT, and true music lover will appreciate. The beat is so hot that I had to log on to iTunes and purchase it. “Salga el Sol” is a song that reminded me of the things I love about the summer and music. Hot bodies, sizzling hot parties and slamming beats is what brings on a Latino heat wave in New York.
Zawezo Del Patio’s “Salga el Sol” is the first sign that this summer is going to burning hot.
Check out his website: Zawezo Del Patio