Criolo Bristol

+ DJ Suzuki

Friday 22 April 2016 7.30pm
The Lantern at Colston Hall
Colston Street
0844 887 1500

DJ Suzuki 7.30pm

Criolo onstage 8.30pm

Criolo came out fighting from Sao Paolo’s hip hop scene in the last five years. In his 2015 album, Convoque seu Buda, his sound has evolved turning him into one of Brazil’s most acclaimed songwriter/performers following collaborations with the likes of Caetano Veloso, Chico Buarque, Yvette Sangalo and Milton Nascimento. Criolo draws influence from his love of samba, afrobeat and reggae and his life growing up in a favela (shanty town) in Sao Paulo.

Politically and culturally motivated, Criolo is a rapper, composer and urban poet whose voice resounds with the youth of post-slump, pre-Olympic Brazil, exploring stories of poverty, police violence and social discrimination.

Criolo has released two albums in the UK (Sterns) to great reviews across the board. He has also made a series of collaborations with Mulatu Astatke of The Ethiopiques.

‘Hugely popular, socially conscious.’ Metro

‘Criolo has become one of the most important musicians in Brazil in the space of just a few years.’ Songlines

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult



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