Friday 28 January 2022

Rich Mix - 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA

19:00 - 01:00 Showcase

A full evening of live music and DJs and a chance to catch future stars of the scene as well as the new projects of some of UK’s most known artists

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Named “the new fierce diva of 2021” by “Hollywood Life”, Gaytimes, Wonderland Magazine, PopDust, PopWrapped and many more, Brazilian singer-songwriter Bellsavvy has been showing all she’s got on her fiery songs produced by multi-platinum producers like Sky Adams (Doja Cat) and David Lei Brandt (Lady Gaga). Knowing how to command the stage and combine her Latin roots with European influences, her first single “Queen Of My Mind” is being played multiple times on the likes of BBC Introducing and RTL.

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Daniel Vince

Daniel Vince, “El Torete", Artist and music producer from Madrid, Spain, graduated in music at BIMM London University, specialised in guitar. He plays a fusion of rap, Latin urban rhythms with funk touches. Currently active releasing a series of singles, working on a full length album and directing his music band, performing at different venues and event sizes all of which have sold out so far.



Fluffy Original

Born in Venezuela, Fluffy moved to Spain at the age of 4 where he began free-styling on the streets, embracing flamenco sounds, while being trained in opera at school. At 16, Fluffy moved to London where he continued to merge his South American and Spanish sounds with London influences. Self-taught and versatile, Fluffy is able to write and perform music across genres and is one of London’s most prolific and popular Latin Artists.

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Luisa Santiago

Colombian-born singer, songwriter and pianist based in London, Luisa has her roots in Salsa and Latin music. Mixed with her love for R&B, she writes music rich in emotion, melody and rhythm. A Brit School graduate and daughter of a veteran salsa musician, she has been immersed in all the nuances of the music world since childhood. This has shaped her journey to electrifying and captivating performances on stage at Glastonbury, Jazz Café, Roundhouse and Havana Jazz Festival.



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Nicole Silva

Born and raised in London by a Colombian mother and English father, Nicole was already singing when she was 4-years old and, at the age of 12, was discovered by ‘80s pop singer Sinitta, who placed her in a 3-piece girl group, supporting the likes of Jessie J, JLS and Union J, in front of 25,000 people. Much more than a singer, the 23-year-old Oxford graduate masters five languages, and is determined to make music in all of them.


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Pao Pestana

Pao Pestana presents an electric and dynamic performance, a hard-hitting show where she travels between a variety of musical genres and presents a new flavour by merging them with her South American heritage. A captivating potion that contains Latinx alt-pop, radical electronic waves and refreshing soul. Pao self-released her first song as a solo artist in October 2020 “Quiero Verte” Followed by “Culebras” catching the attention of BBC 6 Music Introducing, Jyoty (Rinse FM), Wide Radio, Pop Matters, Hoxton Radio, Le Future Wave who among many others have become her big supporters. She performed at two sold-out shows in 2021, supporting major acts, such as La Chica at Dalston Curve Garden and La Yegros at the Jazz Cafe.


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Roce 40

Roce 40 is London's most well known Latin collective of urban Latin artists. Founded by P Man, formerly member of London Reggaeton crew BERDC, which won the 2018 LUKAS 2018 for Urban Latin Act. Releasing some of the UK's most sucessful reggaeton tracks such as 'Bad Bunny' with Guala and Fluffy. With the single already reaching #1 on SKY's 366 Trace Latina and became one of the hottest club tracks released in the UK in 2020.




Dominican José Solano (aka T.a.t.t.o) started singing boleros and salsa at 14, sharing stages with his father Daniel Solano. Practicing his voice through performing, he developed a great versatility and began professionally in 2006 in the Dominican Republic with the duo Tatto & El Full. He achieved success with the remix Calabria Pompa Pompa before moving to London.


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Recently featured on the cover of LatinoLife magazine, Yvli one of the new generation of Colombian-born singer-songwriters. Growing up between Spain, Italy and London on a cocktail of salsa, bachata, flamenco, trap and afrobeats, she has just released her first single 'Suerte' – a reggaetón incorporating all her influences.