Let's rehash one of those classic nuggets of wisdom that's cliche but oh so true: "Things aren't always what they seem."
Instead, the five-person rock outfit employs everything from reggae to punk and even the more traditional sounds of their homeland, like cumbia, champeta, and porro. That's not to mention generous servings of hip-hop, and the occasional electro / d'n'b flirtation.
Skampida formed in Bogota back in '98 with the specific intent of creating a fusion unlike anything the people of Colombia had heard before. It's safe to say they accomplished that, and now, 13 years later, they're still rocking crowds everywhere they go.
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