Bongo brings continents together, makes world leaders dance and takes people deep down to the point where the only thing that matters is music.
Being influenced by genres all over the world, Bongo stands out with his Brazillian percussion to uplifting house music, his African ghana beats to deep tech-house and Portugese riffs to stunning afro-stabs.
Bongo's first EP immediately got picked up by the infamous "Sweat it out" label (Yolanda Be Cool, Act Yo Age, Ajax, Malente,...) and will be released on the well known "Club Sweat" compilation in april. His remix for the Australian producer "Wolfie" has been airplayed on Annie Mac's BBC1 radioshow and got support from the likes of "Yolanda be cool, Solo (uk), Round Table Knights, Mercury, Mowgli, Renaissance Man and many more...".
Bongo also made an unofficial remix of "Julien Jabré - Swimming Places" which has been blogged all over the internet. The second EP is yet in the making and already Bongo's being contacted by Labels such as "No Brainer records (Malente), Made to play (Jesse Rose), Sweat it Out" to release it.
To say the least, Bongo is redefining african-latin music in an art-nouveau style with his productions and remixes.