Florentino, MC Bin Laden, and MC Buzzz want you to know that they got away on “Na Fuga”

That Brazil-Colombia-Spain connect.

June 06, 2019

If the Fast and Furious franchise fully switched gears to the world of motorcycles, Florentino's new song "Na Fuga" would most likely be the opening song on the soundtrack. The Colombian producer by way of Manchester crafted a baile funk track that's almost as abrasive and adrenaline-inducing as a bike peeling off, with help from Brazilian and Spanish rappers MC Bin Laden and MC Buzzz, respectively.

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The lyrics from both embody the "live fast, die young" attitude which MC Bin Laden tapped into early in the track's creation stages. Florentino explained in an email: "The instrumental was originally called 'Venom' because it felt really sinister and aggressive to me. We went back and forth talking about the track and it came to change from being about venom - to about FREEDOM. The feeling of freedom that comes from the mechanical banging of riding a motorcycle on an open road with friends, the freedom that comes from making noise and not caring what people think."

You can listen to "Na Fuga" on your preferred streaming service here. Expect a new project from Florentino via Mixpak sooner than later.

Florentino, MC Bin Laden, and MC Buzzz want you to know that they got away on “Na Fuga”