Listen to Sango's Northern Brazil-Influenced New Project 'De Mim, Pra Você' Now

The Seattle producer's 16-track release features Monte Booker, DZMND, and more.
March 15, 2017, 9:20pm
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Following a recent North American tour and production credits on albums by the likes of Tinashe and Smino, Seattle beatmaker Sango has shared his latest project, De Mim, Pra Você, the fourth installment in his Da Rochina series.

The 16-track effort also features Monte Booker, DZMND, Carlos do Complexo, and more, and was heavily inspired by the producer's South American roots. In a series of tweets, he explained that it was influenced by northern Brazilian music, saying "#DMPV allowed me to seek for more history; more understanding; more roots. We are all influenced by one another."

Stream it below via Bandcamp and look for Sango's second album, In the Comfort Of, out later this year.