Bahia Bass’ enthusiast, Lord Breu, is back to the Mal Dicen family after being selected as one of the most relevant artists from Bahia’s Ministry of Culture in 2014-15.
This time he comes back with Dende. A deeper expansion in the Bahia Sound flirting with Rasteirinha, Zouk Bass, Moombahton and all sorts of tropical Bass.
Dendê is a fruit that, like music, african-Bahian culture spread around the world.
Dendê is Bahia Bass, is the Lord Breu EP by Mal Dicen!, with influences from Samba Reggae, Samba de Roda, Zouk Bass, Afoxé and Moombahton, besides the participation of the great Bahian artists: Fayakayano, Don Maths and Mr. Cappy aka Capitão América. With the cover art by Junior Pakapym, Dendê is percussion of the Terreiro, is the bass that invades the streets, is the essence of sound.
A new Latino Resiste’s Mal Dicen EP reaches out today, futurafro, a dynamic Bahia Bass EP straight from the source, Salvador, in Brazil. Free Download
Lord Breu immediately caught our attention after he was featured in Bahia Bass EP, and his unique respectful approach earned him another spot on the blog. For the sake of context, its important to realize that this particular Brazilian folklore is rarely exposed outside Bahia, and even less likely to be translated into English, non-world music websites. Thus, in a sense we are very honored to introduce BAHIA BASS mixed with Afro-Brazilian Music.
Futurafro is a 4 track EP in where the listener, as we said before, will be connected to one of the lesser known scenes from the South American country.
You can download this EP for FREE (Right here via mediafire)
Listen to the whole EP and if you happen to have a soundcloud, we recommend that you all follow him to keep up with more awesome Bahia tracks!