Linked during the early years of the past decade with the Berlin label Sonar Kollective, Daniel (brother of Felix “Dutch Rhytm Combo”), began mixing in the late 80s, being influenced by black Afro-American music. He would begin his career for real in the music industry in 2004, with the publication of a recompilation from the Essay Recordings label, which was presented for the first time to the global sound audience in the fables of Rio de Janeiro. This work would be named “Rio Baile Funk Fable Booty Beats” and it can be considered a call from the lowest class neighborhoods in this Brazilian city, were he recorded the music that some street bands played, using them later in the studio with a combination of Berlin sound. These creations, would appear in his Man Recordings label, where he would later be influenced by these recordings, to start a new career, as a singer, launching “Who’s Afraid of Rio?” which debuted in 2008. It would be three years later, when he finally released “Rambazamba”, which everyone wanted to hear. He now travels to every place of the world and his DJ sets are known for breaking the limits of this dance music combination genre, with Funk, Kuduro, Samba Ghetto House, and UK Funky and with the minimalist sound of Berlin.