“Always keeping his listeners guessing, Malive delivers a trip many, many years into the future of house with his latest installment, “Guap.” The Brazilian producer serves up groovy punches and a fat baseline with a powerful side of vocal chop. A sound big enough to feed the whole family. We could use a thousand words to describe it, take a listen and see for yourself.” – Pinnacle Collective
In just three short years, 22-year-old Brazilian producer and composer Vinicius Lima (Malive) has become one of the most talked about up-and-coming artists in the industry. Fascinated with music at an early age, he became very infatuated with hip-hop and continued to grow towards other genres like dance and electronic as he was exposed to more and more. Teaching himself to produce was no easy feat but he successfully became a producer for Brazilian hip-hop collective 1 Kilo, where his productions now have close to 30 million views on YouTube alone.
An innovator in his lane of house music, the 22-year-old producer doesn’t have your typical “DJ-coming-of-age” story. Malive studied music at UC Berkeley in California, adding some serious production techniques to his already impressive musical arsenal. Certainly a 2019 artist to watch, Malive has much more house on the horizon just waiting to be shared with his growing fanbase.
You can catch Malive this month at one of his tour dates below:
March 1st – Carnival On the Block, Rio De Janeiro
March 7th – Boni invites Malive Block Party, Rio De Janeiro
March 16th – Festival Eletrônico, Santa Catarina
March 23rd – The Garden, Santa Catarina
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