Chocolate Remix

Reggaeton & Latin Rap

Chocolate Remix is the reggaeton and latin rap project of rapper, singer, producer and DJ Romina Bernardo. It was founded 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 some of problems the LGBTTIQ community frequently faces, such as discrimination, censorship and violence. With eloquent and sharp lyrics that make use of satire and humor, the rapper dives into different styles of reggaeton —from classic and old school to mixes with cumbia, funk carioca, dembow, reggae, electronic music and other genres— to convey a message of strong political and social content. The result is music that invites us at once to dance and think.

Chocolate Remix has established herself as a referent of the genre in Latin American and Europe, thanks to her albums “Sátira” and “Pajuerana” and the latest “MINGA”. Also the music videos such as “Como me gusta a mí”, “Ni una menos”, “¿Quién sos?”, “Zoom” and her single “Te dije que no” as well as various collaborations with local and international artists. She has worked on projects like “Bip Bip”, produced alongside the renowned percussion group La Bomba de Tiempo, “Belicosa” created with the Marseille-based producer duo Baja Frequencia, released through the renowned French independent music label Chinese Man Records, and “Vente Cariña“, a collaborative EP with Mexican rapper Niña Dioz, produced in Los Angeles (US) by the multi-Grammy Ulises Lozano “El Licenciado.” Chocolate Remix is currently working on her third studio album and new collaborations while also starting her ninth European tour for mid-2023.

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(Rapper, singer-songwriter, composer and producer)

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The singer from Tucumán was selected by the BBC as one of the 100 most influential women in the world in their annual 2017 chart, summarizes: " Reggaeton is known for its sexually charged lyrics. As a queer person, I see this as an opportunity to address the topic in a more authentic and realistic way, reflecting my own experiences and those of my community. My purpose is to use this music genre as a tool to explore issues of sexuality and offer a personal and honest perspective on the subject, providing new viewpoints and challenging the sexist portrayals that have been present in the genre since its inception. Naturally, I also sing about other subjects and social issues that deeply resonate with me. I consider it is important to listen different voices and discourses within the urban genre, and I hope that my music enables new debates and perspectives."


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