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Brazil rapper Daniel Shadow enlists the help of Toronto’s Garrett Welldone for “Luz da Perdição”

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Brazilian rapper Daniel Shadow recently teamed up with Canada’s very own Garrett Welldone (from the Bass6) for this new video release for “Luz da Perdição” (featuring Filipe Ret on the vocals).

This video just premiered on MTV Brazil and is gaining some pretty major buzz. This song comes to us off Daniel’s forthcoming album titled Tudo Ou Nada, which – according to Welldone – translates to “all or nothing”.

Brazilian rapper Daniel Shadow enlists the help of Toronto producer Welldone for

I’m a huge fan of cross-country collaborations. So the fact that Welldone got in on a cross-continental collaboration has me so stoked right now. It’s so affirming of the Canadian rap sound. What we got here is a Brazilian R&B-rap track with a classic Canadian Bass6 beat.

Welldone and Daniel have been talking via Facebook for a few years now. But it was only very recently that this collaboration came to fruition. The beat itself has a lot more dubstep influence to it than we’d usually see on a Welldone beat. But it’s still got that classic snapping drumline and floaty faded undertone. Hopefully this means we’ll be seeing more international buzz for Welldone in the near future. Huge kudos, dude!


Twitter: @danielshadow13 | @garrettwelldone@FilipeRet

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