"Pero que Dios bendiga el SabHop, amen" - Sabino's Ying Yang.
None other than Mexico's Sabino, does a new era for SabHop come in the form of a brand new album, Yin. SabHop is a mixture of light, relaxing, and seductive music. It's the type of music you want to pump up to before going to the party and or the after party. The best thing about this sexy mix of genres is that you can't strictly categorize it as reggaeton or hip-hop or "typical" for the party scene.
Sabino has been in the music scene since 2012. Throughout that time, he released hit singles like "Me Puse Pedo", "Los Raros de la Clase", and. "Nueve Quince". That led to his rise in the Mexican music scene. Now fast forward to 2018, Sabino gifted us with more funny party anthems like "Ya le Bajo", "Los Enamorados", and "Jalo".
2019, Sabino blessed us with the eight-track list, Yin. This new vibe that Sabino has taken on this new album is so fun. I remember when I listened to "Los Enamorados" for the first time, I was like "Wow, this is totally giving me Santana vibes", but then I hear a song like "Tu" and I swear I feel pumped for the day.
Sabino not only has the ability to deliver musically, but lyrically too. I really takes craftsmanship to deliver such smart and funny lyrics that make so many references to pop culture. Not only that, but it is nostalgic. Just look at the video below for "Ying Yang", it has all the 80's kung fu vibes. Plus, it's so good. This album will have you hitting the repeat button.
Just take a peak of the Ying Yang lyrics below:
"Tocaron la de calle 13: Atrévete-te-te
Y me sentí bien Molotov: Mátate Teté
También pusieron a J Balvin, men
Pero que Dios bendiga el SabHop, amen"
Those four lines really sum up the reference master that Sabino is. The best part is that it is fun to sing and dance along to.
If you want to have fun listening to this album like I did, the album is now available on all digital platforms. Check out some links below:
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