Campa – “Little Devil”

12.29.10 7 years ago 3 Comments

By now, you’re probably at least familiar with The Cataracs brand. Respectively Campa and Cyrano, these two LA-based ‘technohop’ singer/songwriter/producers were the brains behind Far East Movement’s Top 40 monster “Fly Like A G6,” a few choice songs from Aaron Smith’s Love Stoned release and most recently Bigg Snoop Dogg’s slippery single, “Wet.” Either way, the member whose name is easier to pronounce has dropped the next addition to their hitlist, with Campa’s extra catchy “Little Devil.”

In what could very easily become the next “Fireflies,” in terms of being a somewhat simpler shade of radio hit than your typical club cranker or dance jam, Campa’s delightfully downtrodden ditty encapsulates many a mood in merely three minutes, while simultaneously leaving listeners repeating his reaching chorus for hours on end.

Expect The Cataracs’ name to be brought up often come this time next year with this song being just a blip on the radar.

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Campa (Of The Cataracs) – “Little Devil”

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