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Insane dembow beats, cumbia, funk carioca or neoperreo – Chocolate Remix, the ‘Grande Dame’ of lesbian reggaeton, combines musical traditions from all over South America into a mix that just forces you to move. If you don’t sweat to this, you’re going to get burnt. So: unbuckle your seatbelts and go crazy.

Chocolate Remix plays around with sexual stereotypes and the sexual content that defines Reggaeton. Sexy, but never sexist, she makes a musical statement for sexual diversity. In 2017 the BBC named Chocolate Remix one of the most 100 inspiring and innovative women in the world and her song ‘ni una menos’ has become an anthem of the women’s movement in Argentina and beyond.

Chocolate Remix is the reggaeton and urban music solo project of producer, rapper, singer and DJ Romina Bernardo. It was founded in 2013 with the purpose of claiming a right to a historically sexist music genre from a queer and feminist perspective. The project takes advantage of the strong sexual content of this style and recreates it by addressing taboo subjects such as female pleasure and sexuality. It also denounces the problems the LGBTTIQ community frequently faces, such as discrimination, censorship and violence. With eloquent and sharp lyrics full of of satire and humor, the rapper dives into different styles of reggaeton and mixes it with cumbia, funk carioca, dembow, reggae, electronic music and other genres to convey a message of strong political and social content – music that invites us to dance and think.

Albums: 2017 Satira // 2021 Pajuerana

on stage: Chocolate Remix + DJ/Backing Vocal + 2 Dancers

In France and Italy we work in cooperation with Sonica Vibes.


Feb 2024
place¡Adelante Festival!, Heidelberg, Germany


The powerful band from Buenos Aires has been touring Europe for over 12 years – always seducing us with their cocktail of cumbia, rock, and hip hop, with critical and reflective lyrics that talk about fun, love and it’s opposite, and their passion for creative leisure and dance. Their latest album “La oscuridad bailable” remains loyal to the Cumbia, but also walks on new paths, experimenting with more electronical sounds. The album is a tightrope walk between personal issues and emotional matters and at the same time a harsh denouncement of the actual neoliberal Argentinian politics. Their next album “Fiesteria” from which they already released the singles “Medano” and “Delivery de vino” will be out in March 2023.

“The spectacular beats promise change – here and now. But at the same time, the Cumbia rhythm keeps everything balanced and seductive.” (SPEX)


“Kumbia Queers not only masterfully wove harder edge rhythms and danceable grooves, but they also did it with undeniable showmanship. There’s a little bit of a musical cultural shock when you first see the punk-rock clad women suddenly synchronize their dance moves on stage—cumbia style. There was head banging and hip swaying. It’s not your grandmother’s cumbia.”


The story goes back to the year 2007 where these musicians got bored of the punk rock scene, and decided to do something completely different: Cumbia. What started out as something just for fun, led eventually to the formation of Kumbia Queers.

They describe their style as 1000% Tropi Punk – a wild mixture of Afro-Cuban and Latin American Cumbia influences, queerness and punk spirit. At a time when the electronic and world music scenes from New York to Europe are in the process of discovering Cumbia music, the chicas are reinterpreting Latin American heart-ache and macho posturings, bringing fun and politics together in their own wild style.

Booking worldwide except Latin America.