Bachaco Bachaco's music is a Fusion of Latin Reggae, Cumbia, Funk, Hip-hop, and much more. The band offers a fresh style that is appealing to audiences from all ages and backgrounds all this due to the band's diversity, the mix of lyrics in both English and Spanish delivered trough a live show filled with high energy. In a short period of time Bachaco has placed itself at a respectable position amongst bands of its genre. Bachaco recently won Burger King's "Tu Ciudad Tu Musica" contest in Miami has had appearances in national TV and Radio in the United States. In 2008 Bachaco has also being featured as reggae band of the week in the largest online social network performed in this year's MySpace Latino Showcase along with the best bands in Miami and has shared stage with Latin Grammy Winner artists and several other renowned latin acts.

As of now, the band is currently recording their first album.

What is a Bachaco?(for those who don't know) The word Bachaco (BAH-SHA-KO) is the name given to a Leafcutter Ant in Venezuela. The same type of ant is found accross that Amazon Rainforest and in countries such as Panama, Colombia, Venezuela and Brazil. The insect is used by Venezuelan indians to create a "picante" (hot sauce). We could say Bachaco is a musical picante!

Miami Herald's Online City Guide "Songs like "Cumbia Pa' La Nena" and "Jamaican Cumbia" are infectious. They immediately make you want to get up and dance"

Miami New Times "they do not shy away from social issues. A good example of that is the Norteño-spiced reggae tune "El Imigrante," … "Apart from the fact that they are highly proficient musicians, the most noticeable thing about the bandmates is their excellent chemistry. The singers' three-part harmonies are tight — even when performed live — and the two-guitar groove seamlessly interacts with the brass and rhythm sections."

Sun Sentinel "Bachaco gives its audience the world. No Kidding"

Escandalo TV (Univision) "The United Nations of Music"

MySpace Latino "Bachaco is a party band"