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Hip Hop Hoodíos’ “Carne Masada” Debuts at #8 on iTunes Alternativo Chart

CD cover'><em>From the masters of Jewish Latino Hip Hop!</em></p>
<p>Critically-Acclaimed Latino-Jewish Urban/Alternative Collective Extends Groundbreaking ‘Reverse Madoff Digital Money Back Guarantee’ for Consumers In Wake of Album’s iTunes Success</p>

<p>Featuring the New Single “Times Square (1989)” and Guest Performances from Members of Ozomatli, The Klezmatics, The Pinker Tones, Delinquent Habits & Los Abandoned, the New Album Is Generating Early Spins from KPFK (Los Angeles), KPFT (Houston), CD 101 (Columbus), and WRVU (Nashville)</p>

<p>Hip Hop Hoodíos (‘hoodio’ is a play on the word “judío”, Spanish for ‘Jewish’) is back with the new bilingual single “Times Square (1989)”, an old school-flavored homage to pre-gentrified Manhattan that is sure to win over fans of The Beastie Boys, Public Enemy and Jurassic 5.  “Carne Masada: Quite Possibly the Very Best of Hip Hop Hoodíos” (April 28th iTunes exclusive release; May 12th CD * other digital stores) is the first-ever ‘Best of’ collection -- including 5 new tracks -- from the critically-acclaimed Latino-Jewish urban collective. Hip Hop Hoodíos’ latest release on Jazzheads Records features guest participation from members of such major Latin & Jewish acts as Ozomatli, The Klezmatics, The Pinker Tones, Delinquent Habits, Los Mocosos, and Los Abandoned. The album spans the group’s entire career and also includes liner notes written by the (soon-to-no-longer-be) esteemed Rolling Stone/LA Times music critic Ernesto Lechner.</p>

<p><a href=You can download the radio-friendly version of the band's new single, "times Square (1989)", or check out the whole album online.