We know the Federales are Googling, so let's get this up front: if you're looking for the other Boston George -- the Weymouth kid who more or less singlehandedly invented the cocaine game, as seen in Blow -- we have no bananas. Instead, we've got tracks by the pseudonymous Boston George who wrecks Enormous Room most Saturday nights at Jam Hot (as previously seen in the Phoenix.) We've promised not to reveal his identity, since in some circles, making reggaeton party records can be the song that ended your career. We're pretty sure nobody from those circles reads this blog, thank god, but still: our favorite part of lucha libre is the masks, the lie is more interesting than the truth, etc., etc.
We've been sworn to secrecy on the late-night Jam Hot shenanigans, too, but dude. If you don't know, now you know. Jam Hot returns to Enormous next weekend; you can also catch the team doing a one-off with DJ Bruno tomorrow night at Utopia Sundays at Boston Rocks in Faneuil Hall.
You can buy the new Boston George 12-inch at Turntable Lab, but you know how we do: the first taste is free. We were gonna bring you the title track, "Puerto Rock Anthem," which throws Grand Theodore over Daddy Yankee and thus should really be declared the Revere Beach National Anthem, but due to technical difficulties (vinyl rips: new to us), you'll have to sample that one at the 'Lab. Instead, and just as fly (by night), we bring you the self-explanatory "There's Some Hoes in This Nookie," grabbing the Baltimore/strip/house staple and running it over Jamesy P's soca smash. Bonus track: from the last Boston George record, some jet fuel for hipster-fuck watering holes.
DOWNLOAD: Boston George, "There's Some Hoes in this Nookie" (mp3)DOWNLOAD: Boston George, "Beware of Stopper" (mp3)