Maro Music Releases “Shake Di Bom” (Addicted To Music)

Maro Music, “Shake Di Bom” – artwork

Like a force-of-nature, ‘Shake Di Bom’ takes a battering ram to the world of pop music with its depiction of women fully owning their sexuality to the point their dancing becomes athletic competition.

Scintillating. Naughty. Wild. By the time the verb twerk entered the American lexicon, all hell had already broken loose around the moves inspired by dancehall culture. Maro Music’s “Shake Di Bom” (Addicted To Music) is out now.

Like a force-of-nature, “Shake Di Bom” takes a battering ram to the world of pop music with its depiction of women fully owning their sexuality to the point their dancing becomes athletic competition. The track has anthem potential as it aims to cross-over from the underground dancehall ethos to mainstream society. And though mainstream pop stars like Diplo have incorporated twerking into their glitzy Las Vegas nightclub shows, there’s nothing quite like twerking when performed by a competitive dancer. (A note to those less skilled at the booty-shaking dance moves: If you’re not a boss at twerking, please refrain from attempting it in public. Someone is liable to get hurt.)

About Maro Music

Maro Music, (real name, Marek Walaszek) is a prolific Polish DJ, producer and sound engineer. For more than 15 years, he has DJ’d at major nightlife venues throughout Europe and Asia. As a music producer and sound engineer, Maro Music has worked with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, reggae and electronic music, including Agallah, Dominique Young Unique, Wu-Tang Clan, Sizzla, Redman, Bang La Decks, DJ Kazzanova and others. Sought after by the biggest international brands – Coca-Cola, Absolute Vodka and BMW among them – to create music for their advertising campaigns, Maro Music has proven his skill in the recording studio time and time again. His studio and record label, Addicted To Music, maintains a heavy schedule crafting original productions and doing mixing and mastering work for internationally recognized artists. The studio regularly produces Polish artists for Warner Brothers as well as for the bigger Polish record labels. Marek Walaszek is in high demand on the lecture circuit, widely sought by universities to speak about music…

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