MP3 of the Day: "Cybernetic Girl" by Dainamite, Playing Milly's Cafe Bohemio This Saturday | County Grind | South Florida | Broward Palm Beach New Times | The Leading Independent News Source in Broward-Palm Beach, Florida


MP3 of the Day: "Cybernetic Girl" by Dainamite, Playing Milly's Cafe Bohemio This Saturday

​The last time New Times caught up to Dainamite, Miami's hardest-working reggaeton artist was bouncing back and forth between a seminar called "A Millionaire's Approach" (where he was the lone invited performer) and American Tévé (where he was about to make his third appearance in as many weeks). Well, less than two months later, things don't seem to be simmering for the burgeoning superstar; in fact, they seem to be heating up nicely. 

On Saturday night, to take advantage of both Sleepless Night and the Urban Latin Music Conference, Dainamite will be performing at the notorious Milly's Café Bohemio. A late-late place primarily for dames of a certain persuasion, Bohemio is one of our town's truly hidden gems. That Dainamite even knows it's there shows he's three steps ahead of the pack; that he's deigned to set stage in the joint proves he's earned his lead. 

But don't think this tireless MC is simply content with another engagement, as wild as it may be. No, Dainamite's also got another track up his sleeve, a brand new ditty he's titled "Cybernetic Girl," which features electro mashing up against reggaeton. If the incredibly infectious hook is any indication, this won't be the last. Hell, it could very well be the hit that helps Dainamite explode. Hear it for yourself right here, and get show details, after the jump.

Dainamite, with special guest Samir. Milly's Café Bohemio, 2485 Coral Way, Miami. Doors open at 10 p.m.; admission is $10. 786-376-0762;

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John Hood

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