VEELOOPER Is Back With Genre Defying Electronic Latin House Work Out In The Form Of ‘Leva-Me Pra Barra’
Having discovered electronic music when he was 14 years old, his interest was started by tracks from Laidback Luke and Gregor Salto. VEELOOPER’s biggest musical influences to date (apart from the ones previously mentioned), are Roulsen, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Roger Sanchez and Todd Terry.
VEELOOPER last release, ‘Tranquilidade’, was one of the winning entries on the ADE 2020 demo drop contest on Russian DJ Mishka’s blog. The contest judged by Timbaland, was blown away during the live stream on his Twitch channel and praised the production with his feedback. You can see Timbaland praise here: TIMBALAND FEEDBACK LIVE. The track was also supported by Don Diablo (he’s already supporting this one as well), Gregor Salto, Fenix, EDM Sessions, Pedro Carrilho and others.
His brand-new track, Leva-Me Pra Barra, means “Take me to Barra” in Portuguese, Barra is VEELOOPER’s hometown in Portugal and this track translates the feeling of a journey back home.
This track has power, groove and emotions to connect to his fans and new fans.
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