“Panamanian music for the whole world”
By Gabriel Rodriguez Acevedo
The Panamanian label Tamayo Records, and mobile entertainment distributors Binbit, announced this week the fulfillment of an alliance to launch Panamanian music in diverse nations through mobile platforms.
According to Tamayo Records, the label who possess a musical catalog of Panamanian traditional music and videos, such as accordion, violin, Mejorana, Rock, Salsa, Calypso, Mambo, Boleros, Pasillos, Reggae, and rap, their objective is not only to offer Panamanian music that it’s recognized worldwide, but also music intended mostly for Panamanians.
“Binbit is interested in offering its mobile content to subscribers, not only big international hits, but as well as music intended for local tastes, which is why this agreement is of great satisfaction for us”, said Antoni Muntaner, Chairman of Binbit in a press release.
“Initially, we have started the distribution of Tamayo Records´ music for cell phone users in Panama, but in a few weeks we will extend the distribution to other nations, among which Central America is a priority”, he added.
Muntaner also said that the music has a very important cultural value, to the extent where some nations could not be conceived without their rhythms, as in the case of Panama.