NAPALMA - ShowReel with performances in Brazil, Italy, South Africa and Germany
URBAN ART Tribute by NAPALMA (Official Music Video)
NAPALMA - ShowReel - Official Music Videos
'MBËGUEL' FEAT ABASS NDIAYE | EP
NAPALMA and the senegalese singer Abass Ndiaye present one more exciting collaboration, ‘Mbëguel’, that means ‘Love’
in Wolof. A magical song, that starts with a Mbira, a traditional instrument from Zimbabwe, that blends with electronic beats, synths, djembe, bird calls and west african vocals, it sounds transcendent and ethnic.
The EP NAPALMA 'Mbëguel' feat: Abass Ndiaye comes with the Original Mix + Instrumental Mix + Two Remixes', produced by Infrared from Paris, and Pedra Branca from São Paulo, with Music production, mixing and sitar by Luciano Sallun and
Alani Marcel on didgeridoo.
The music production was crafted by Marcel Dadalto and Cid Travaglia, and the artwork is a creation from the designer Tahian Bhering. Released by LONA Musik, a Berlin Label, and supported by the GVL Scholarship Program, part of NEUSTART KULTUR.
'GËSTOU' | 2-Track Single
Brazil meets Senegal in Berlin
The collaboration between NAPALMA and the senegalese singer Abass Ndiaye has produced an exciting Chemistry of Music.
The new song 'Gëstou' means ‘To Learn’ in Wolof, it has an uplifting energy for the dance floors with "cross-over vibes'', powerful and captivating electronic arrangements, synths blending with percussive Afro-Brazilian grooves and inspired vocal melodies from West Africa.
‘NAPALMA - Gëstou - feat. Abass Ndiaye' comes with the Original Mix and the Instrumental Mix, released by LONA Musik, a Berlin Label, and supported by the GVL Scholarship Program, part of NEUSTART KULTUR.
URBAN ART Tribute
Music Video & EP by NAPALMA
Music Video | ‘URBAN ART Tribute’
Filmed and crafted by Cid Travaglia across twelve countries during eight years, diving into the street art universe and showing a special selection of Street Art and Graffiti from international artists (credits bellow).
The song ‘Urban Art’ is the voice of the people that appreciates Graffiti and Street Art, and NAPALMA speaks in their name to express our gratitude to the Artists, for making the cities more colorful, political, exciting and soulful, touching people’s life day by day.
EP ‘URBAN ART Tribute’
The EP ‘URBAN ART Tribute’ brings NAPALMA Original Mix + Instrumental Mix + Three Remixes, specially produced by
Luna City Express (Berlin), Infrared (Paris), Gus What (Vitória).
Produced by Macel Dadalto and Cid Travaglia, ‘Urban Art’ is an uplifting song with a driving Tech House base, beautiful melodies with catchy vocal lines from Senegalese singer Abass Ndiaye and pulsing percussions including djembe and recycled instruments.
Remix Producers | 'URBAN ART Tribute'
The album ‘Sunu Warëf’ is an eclectic international pack where different styles and backgrounds are fused, containing ‘Sunu Warëf’ OriginalMix + Six Remixes, produced by SucreSoul (South Africa), Infrared (France), Mista Monk (Australia), Jaspe (France), Kokkosh (Egypt) and Leandro Bonfim (Brazil).
A special Music Video takes NAPALMA to the heart of the Amazon Rainforest, in a partnership with Herve Neukomm, a swiss traveller that crossed the whole Amazon river during five years in a Bike-Boat (a boat propelled by a bicycle).
‘Sunu Warëf’ is an uplifting electronic, percussive and groovy song with a Caribbean spice, and has beautiful melodies with catchy vocal lines from West Africa, and lyrics are in Wolof, one of the languages from Senegal, which means “Our Mission”, each person has the own Mission in life.
Try to imagine a group with "cross-over vibes" transcending from multiple genres, super contemporary, but also utilizing traditional rhythms from around the world.
The music production was crafted by Marcel Dadalto and Cid Travaglia.
The artwork is a creation from Brazilian Designer and Tattoo Artist Rodrigo Tas.
Remix Producers | 'Sunu Warëf'
'Yobalema' | Brazil meets Senegal in Berlin
The album 'Yobalema' is a powerful international pack presenting ‘Yobalema OriginalMix + Six Remixes’, produced by Marc Brauner - Germany, Mista Monk - Australia, Mogo Naaba representing Togo / South Africa, Sandman FR - France, The Phat Ones - South Africa and Gutto Serta from Brazil / Berlin. Different styles and backgrounds are fused,
'Yobalema' is sung in Wolof from Senegal and it means ‘Take me With You’, and it is about two soul mates complementing each other in a relation that No One can separate, lyrics and vocals by Abass Ndiaye, who brought melodies from West Africa, and NAPALMA maintains the multicultural identity and the energy for the dance floors with powerful and captivating electronic arrangements, varied percussions by Brazilian Cid Travaglia.
The artwork is a creation from Brazilian Designer and Tattoo Artist Rodrigo Tas