Under the Streets, the debut album from Miami dance duo Afrobeta continues to bring the hype from their 2010 Do You Party? EP. The duo blends Cuci Amador’s silky vocals with Tony Smurphio’s synth lines that bring the heat of the dancefloor throughout the album. Lead single, “Play House,” evokes comparisons to Daft Punk with its slick rhythms and hypnotizing hooks. The dubstep craze is everywhere, and it finds its way on “Jealousy.”

The greatest strength of this album is the variety on each track. The lively and interesting nature of Under the Streets is due in part to Amador’s success with Calle 13 and Smurphio’s involvement with Pitbull. Both know how to bring the energy and the right vibe to each track.

Under the Streets is currently available.