Talk about getting in a groove! Jose Conde has funky rhythms and beats dialed in tight on his catchy new single “Dale Pa ‘Ya.”
Mostly instrumental with some shouts of “Dale Pa Ya” (which translates to “Get over there!”), Conde mixes thick funky bass lines with elements of Latin jazz, electronic dance music, and other styles for a solid groove that couldn’t quit if it tried. “Dale Pa ‘Ya” is infectious, fun, and easy to love – don’t be surprised if you keep playing it over and over. The bass line is both the foundation of the song and the energy driving it forward.
In a recent interview, Conde says he wrote the song “because it was fun and an applicable phrase on my tongue. I used to say it to my dog Tito (it means – get over there!). You can direct the phrase to almost any situation- COVID- DPY! Trump -DPY, Biden – DPY, WAR – DPY, GUNS – DPY, etc…. ”
“Dale Pa ‘Ya” is on Conde’s new album Souls Alive in the 305. The title refers to the original area code in Miami, where Conde grew up, and the songs reflect the city’s lively, eclectic mix of musical styles.
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