Braza! Presents: Baile Funk - Rio de Janeiro Bass
BAILE FUNK - Rio de Janeiro Bass
DJs Antonio Guedes, Elan Kamesar & Paulo Presotto
Doors: 10PM-3AM - $10 - 21+ (Sorry! For this edition we could not find an all ages venue). BOTTLE SERVICE AVAILABLE! See link ⬇️
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Following the most insane build-up (and misbehaviors) we ever had, our Baile Funk is back for one more night of dance floor heat, self-expression, beautiful people, and lots of music to make you go bananas at the finest club in town, The Great Northern, with the genre’s expert, deejay Antônio Guedes, Paulo Presotto, and Elan Kamesar.
Baile Funk is a mixture of Miami Bass, plus Brazilian rhythms and rhymes. It was crafted by artists in the favelas with primitive technology and samples of funk and Afro-Brazilian influences. Today it’s a global favorite of many infamous DJs and producers, like Diplo, MIA, and Tropkillaz. Though, this party goes way beyond the basics, mixing all the most current Baile Funk with House, Disco, Hip Hop, Reggaeton, Trap, Samba, Soul, and much more.
BRAZA was voted Hottest SF Party by SFWeekly readers, in 2012. The production crew has been throwing events since 2009. Today, it became a production company ran by Antônio Guedes (co-founder), who’s also a musician and accomplished producer. His productions have had glamorous highlights in its 8 years of activities. Grammy winning DJs have controlled BRAZA!’s console in an unprecedented fashion, bringing forward Brazilian/Latin flavored sets exclusively picked for the occasion. Names like: DJ Nu-Mark (Jurassic Five), DJ Spinna (BBE / Rawkus Records), DJ Nuts (Marcelo D2), Maga Bo (Tru Thoughts), Marcelinho Da Lua (Bossacucanova), LEFTO (Blue Note), and so many other remarkable artists they are so proud to have worked with. In addition to being selected as the city’s hottest shenanigans, BRAZA! was the official music production company for the Macy’s Brasil Flower Festival, in 2012, delivering DJ sets to four different floors, simultaneously. Both, in San Francisco and San José.
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