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CAMINO REAL - (by Bradley Banks)  Year: 2007
Bradley Banks This song repeats, "Camino Real" which translates to Royal Street in English. It has a Reggaeton beat and a whiny synth sound and female vocals saying, "aye, me gusta". Mixed Rap, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Experimental
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Bed - Reggaeton, Reggaeton Experimental
360303 0:53 Med Slow 91   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Camino Real
Catalog ID: 360303  ISRC: US5UL0916246
Description: This song repeats, "Camino Real" which translates to Royal Street in English. It has a Reggaeton beat and a whiny synth sound and female vocals saying, "aye, me gusta".

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Artist or Group: Bradley Banks

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Keywords: Reggaeton, Spanish, Latin Hip Hop, La Raza, Street, Alley, Low-Riders, El Camino

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Reggaeton Music
       Reggaeton Experimental
Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:53   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 91
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Machine, Synthesizer
   Vocal Mix: Mixed Rap
   Language: Spanish
Moods: Aggressive, Booming, Campy, Crazy, Dangerous, Driving, Excited, Exotic, Festive, Fun, Funny, Gritty, Hypnotic, Marching, Restless, Spirited, Strange, Street-Smart, Swaggering, Vibrant

Styles: Anthem, Chicano / Urban Latin, Crime in Progress, Erotic / Bump 'n Grind, Gangsta / Low-rider, Latin Flavor, Pimp City, Section / Credits, TV Instrumental, Urban

Lyrical Topics: Street

Lyrics
Camino Real
Aye Me Gusta
Extended Keywords: car culture, east LA, Bronx, puerto rico, puerto rican

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