SOFI TUKKER premieres “Veneno”

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The vibrant fusion of “Veneno” and the unique connection with the musical culture of Brazil.

SOFI TUKKER has released his latest song, “Poison”in collaboration with the talented Brazilian artists Mari Merenda and Sophia Ardessore. This fresh success was achieved thanks to a successful video on TikTok that has managed to accumulate a surprising 25 million views.

In “Poison” we can appreciate the love that SOFI TUKKER They love the guitar and electrifying sounds.

In the song you can see the close relationship that the duo has with the genre. carimbo. Collaboration with the original author, Ronaldo Silvarepresents a closeness to Brazilian culture.

The launch of “Poison” coincided with the visit of SOFI TUKKER to Brazil, where they shone in the largest stadium in São Paulo and participated in notable events, from the Allianz Park until Fashion Week.

With its distinctive dance sound, SOFI TUKKER continues to leave an indelible mark on the music scene. Recent projects, such as the remixes of “Worship” and its simple “Jacaré”, demonstrate their constant innovation. The duo is preparing to dazzle in performances scheduled for December and the New Year festivities, consolidating their position as one of the most vibrant and committed dance music groups in the world.


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