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‘Frigopie’ shines under a pink star, brings the story of that ice-cream that turns with no intention thousands of people into fetishists. A healthy obsession, even if cannibal, walks through our pinkie toes up to the pinkest corner of our minds. This is a freedom calling, a chance to release our natural instinct with no fear, with a winking sight to that ice-cream that represents and makes fall in love a lot of generations.

Musically, ‘Frigopie’ is a good connection between pop and funk, a fresh and catchy mix, wrapped in the Mamita Papaya branded tropical vibe.

Available now on all digital stores.

This masterly and side-spliting music videoclip has been directed by Alberto Gastesi and produced by Palmera Bambú Film. Pastels, impeccable picture direction and a delicious taste, a full synergy of elements raised to the final sexual fetishism.

Mamita Papaya is an alternative tropical fusion band that mixes various influences, such as rock, surf, reaggae, pop and funk. A multicultural sound that takes the audience into an intense musical and visual journey. Mamita Papaya are well-known in the scene as an hurricane of reality and simplicity, a celebration to friendship and simpathy.

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About Joseph Timmons (8848 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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