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Friday, June 8, 2012

Puerto Rican Mobile Borinquen Soul Inspires First Bay Area Food Truck Mixtape

Posted By on Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 9:15 AM

click to enlarge DANIEL ZARAZUA
  • Daniel Zarazua

You might hear some cool tunes blasting from a food truck every once in a while -- we recall boogieing to Michael Jackson at the Filipino breakfast mobile called the Wow Truck recently -- but now a local food truck has inspired its very own mixtape.

Yesterday, DJ King Shameek released a 77-minute mix dedicated to Borinquen Soul, a Puerto Rican truck based in Oakland. It's got the fast pace of a hip-hop mix (and features Puerto Rican rappers like Big Pun) but also incorporates modern and traditional Puerto Rican tunes.

Stream or download the Borinquen Soul Food Truck Mixtape over at Mixcrate.

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