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Banze gets Global Nomination for Brazil’s indigenous rights

Well deserved nomination for creating awareness about Amazons & Brazil’s current state of affairs.

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Leopold Nunan is known globally as a performing singer & creative artist who has a strong political viewpoint on what’s going on in the geo-politics of the world, especially in his home country of Brazil. His most recent release ‘Banzé’ via Australian record label Wile Out, has been nominated for best ‘music video’ award at this years LABFF aka Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival.

The song predicted the issues going on right now in Brazil, with the corruption of the current government in power. There has been a lot of global coverage about the devastating fires that have been burning all throughout the native lands of the Amazon forest, these fires have been growing in size ever since the government took away the land rights from the native people, focused on an anti-environment & anti-indigenous economic policy. At the end of the music video we introduce you to a Brazilian native Anuiá Amarü from the Xingu tribe, who speaks about the resistance against the current president.


We want the world to view ‘Banzé’ as a message of action, for us all to understand what is going on right now in Brazil is not ethical and to create awareness of the devastating fires that are still burning in the Amazon forest. As part of the ‘music video’ nomination “Wile Out” will be hosting a series of ‘Global’ fundraisers in which they are partnering with the Amazon Watch organization.

There will be a handful of events throughout the USA from the 11th – 20th of October with dates locked in the cities of Oakland (11th), Los Angeles (16th), New York (18th) and the LABRFF Award ceremony on the 17th of October.

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Leftside- Wi Nuh Give A..

Legendary Dancehall singer-producer drops his latest video featuring Elephant Man, Sean Paul + many more

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Legendary Dancehall & Reggae singer-producer Leftside drops his latest video featuring Elephant Man, Sean Paul and many more on Wi Nah Give a boomba..

Song is a knockout…

Leftside has been killing it lately with tracks like Missionary

As well as the infectious Wala Wala

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SANVTTO- PEGA AHI

Debut Album directly from one of the leaders of Sao Paulo’s New Favela Bass Sound

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Marginal-Original is super proud to unveil the Debut Album directly from one of the most hyped new producers of Sao Paulo’s Bass and yes, one of the lead heads of the new Favela Bass sound.

If you have been following the new approach of Brazilian bass funk, you may have seen (obviously) Tropkillaz’s raise to the top, and if you actually hear what they play, there are some hidden names that they are so into supporting right now.

KLAP and SANVTTO are 2 of these name, and in fact, this is the debut EP from the former with an actual track with BOTH of them.

On Pega Ahi, Maxwell Santos aka SANVTTO releases some of his most well received EDITS and Remixes which gather tens of thousands of plays on SC, Spotify and the usual digital music things, and have been featured on many Diplo & Friends, BBC, Tropkillaz and many more sets.

THE WHOLE ALBUM IS AMAZING

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Arabic Electronic Releases & More

Selection of few new Arabic sounds that normally do not make it to the usual spotify lists.

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Keeping the fine balance between Traditional and experimental, here are few of the great new Arabic sounds that normally do not make it to the usual spotify lists.

Starting up with some pretty neat ArabicBass from Egypt’s Maz

Moving on more contemporary Sufi bangers and turkish psych-mash from the new power duo Acid Hamam & Nasiri. This is a killer one!

This one comes from our Morrocan good friend DJ BADRE, which can be characterized best by a delicate mix of percussive polyrhythms, warm bass and organic production that result in a futuristic vision of the original artist’s roots in Morocco, a land of musical diversity.

Issmmah, (in Arabic listen) is the new project by two Berlin-based veterans of electronic music- @DJBadre and acclaimed producer @Tropikalcamel. If you were in BERLIN’s “Fusion festival” this year, you would have caught DJ Badre delivering his musical vision. While, “Tropikal Camel” has been busy casting a spell over the audiences from Europe to the Middle East to Africa by blending percussive electronic music with a psychedelic edge, a sound that is touching the edge of both heritage and futurism.

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