|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Mueve Mueve (I Like To Move It)||3||Audio||1996-08-00||Blow Up|
|2||Mueve Mueve (I Like To Move It)||3||Audio||1996||Blow Up|
|3||Mueve Mueve||3||Audio||1996||Max Music|
|4||La Hora De Bailar||3||Audio||1996||Max Music|
|5||El Alacran||3||Audio||1998||Vale Music|
|6||MC El Nº 1||10||Audio||1997||EMI Odeon (Chile)|
|7||La Hora De Bailar||7||Audio||Parcha Records|
|8||Mueve Mueve (I Like To Move It)||3||Audio||1996||MAX Music|
|10||Mueve Mueve (I Like To Move It)||5||Audio||1996||Virgin Records|
|11||Mueve Mueve (I Like To Move It)||3||Audio||1996||Virgin|
|12||La Hora De Bailar||2||Audio||1996||Bax Dance|
|13||Sandy & Papo MC||11||Audio||1996||Max Music|
|14||La Hora De Bailar||10||Audio||1996||Parcha Records|
|15||Mueve Mueve||6||Audio||1996||Parcha Records|
|16||The Remix Album||14||Audio||1998||Parcha Records|
[i][b]Sandy & Papo MC[/b][/i], [b][i]Sandy MC & MC Papo[/b][/i] or simply, [b][i]Sandy & Papo[/b][/i]; was a duet with merengue house and hip-hop, with temporary residence in Venezuela. It was made by Sandy Carriello "Sandy MC" and Luis Deschamps "MC Papo ", both from the Dominican Republic. The duo was created by Nelson Zapata and Pavel De Jesus, after attending an audition for [a113522].
The group was part of the merenhouse fever, house-merengue or merengue-hip hop, rhythm emerged in New York to Dominican merengue fused with elements of hip hop, house and other dance genres. Were part of this movement groups as [a113522], [a120855], [a120848] & [a120849] amongst others.
Sandy MC & MC Papo performed a version of the popular merenhouse now classic "Mueve, Mueve [I Like To Move It]". Were also creators of the song "Huelepega" that served to promote the Venezuelan film of the same name, directed by Elia Schneider.
The group came to an end when the July 11, 1999 Luis Deschamps (MC Papo) died in a car accident Sandy MC went solo and released the song "Homenaje a Papo", in tribute to his duet partner.