We have the year 2011: Two musicians decide to do music which combines their origins in Africa and Portugal with state of the art club music – Gato Preto are born –
One year later Gato Preto are here to release their CD “Era De Gato Preto” which is an EP with loads of Remixes and collabos giving a sneak peak to their album following early 2013.
“Era De Gato Preto” features international artists like Edu K, Mc Zulu, N.O.H.A. , Meli Wharton, B’Crazy and Caballo plus remixers like Flore, AckeeJuice Rockers, Chaikov and many more.
You can call this “Mini-Album” a Global-Bass Stylemix of Kuduro, Moombahton, Bailefunk, Brega and of course Bass Music in all different styles.
1. Tschukudu feat. B´Crazy (Original Version)
2. Dinheiro Negro (Original Version)
3. É Duro feat. B´Crazy (Original Version)
4. Soundgals feat. Meli Wharton (Original Version)
5. Musica di Gato Preto feat. Mc Zulu (Original Version)
6. Dinheiro Negro (Chaikov Remix)
7. Tschukudu (Flore Remix)
8. Dinheiro Negro (Ackeejuice Rockers)
9. Soundgals feat. Meli Wharton (Cafe de Calaveras)
10.É Duro (DJ Dizzy Remix)
11.Dinheiro Negro (The Bumps Remix)
12.Soundgals feat. Meli Wharton (Andykisaragi Remix)
13. Tschukudu (Lee Bass Remix)
14. É Duro feat. B´Crazy (MkC Remix)
15. Do The Brega - Edu K feat. Caballo + Gato Preto*
16. Special Track: Yemanjá (Gato Preto Remix) - N.O.H.A.**
released 15 October 2012
All tracks produced by Lee Bass. Music written & composed by C. Guibá & D. Micah. Text by C. Guibá, M. Wharton, J. De Matos Cunha & D. Rowland. All tracks published by Damgaard Music GmbH - www.damgaard-music.com.
* Except track 15: by Alberto Caballero, Edu K, D.Micah + C. Guibá
** Except track 16: Original by N.O.H.A. - C. De Oliveira, P. Noha
Gato Preto (“Black Cat” in Portuguese) is a music project by rapper Gata Misteriosa (Mozambique/Portugal) and DJ/producer
Lee Bass (Ghana/Germany).With both artist having roots in Africa,their raw yet complex bass is influenced by a broad palette of African musical styles.
This mysterious feline,is a creature of Europe, as well as Africa and delights in combining elements of Kuduro, Moombahton...more