Mabassa, presumably a portuguese word for twin brother, blends pop music with brazilian-african vibes. The name represents the musical connection between two musicians from different continents. Breno Viricimo moved from his home country Brazil to continue his musical career and met Nate Dizco in Amsterdam. They had more in common than just playing the bass: writing songs and telling stories. “In writing songs together we found a way to express our day-to-day inspirations and frustrations. We create music to move and connect with people.”
Mabassa, portuguese word for twin brother, blends pop music with Brazilian vibes. This is the essence: we provide the groove, you provide the move. Pulsating rhythms, melodic hooks and sexy sounding words will definitely bring you there: to the chill zone.
Mabassa has started in 2014 through the collaboration of the musicians Nathaniel Klumperbeek (Netherlands) and Breno Viricimo (Brazil).
The two musical personalities found each other so well that the name of their band is a literal translation of “twin brother” in Portuguese, the language in which they write their songs. Danceable beats with catchy melodies will you get you moving and smile.
Marc Mangin – Saxophone, Flute, and voice
Anan Den Boer – Keys
Yariv Vroom – Percussion
Yoran Vroom – Drums
Nathaniel Klumperbeek – Bass and voice
Breno Viricimo – Guitar and voice