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Lumanzin is a multimedia artist and musician from São Paulo, Brazil. Started her artistic career very young, with her first composition released when she was 11 years old. Has a good discography that started in 2016 with the ep “abusos”, followed by some singles, the album “quarentena” (2019), and the single “me diz” (2020). Lumanzin also has an international visual artist career.

Did some international art exhibitions with Utsanga.it, ArtVeine, ExitBR and more. Won prizes with the video “Meia Noite em Vênus” directed and written by Maria Olivia Aporia, attended two art residencies: Banff Centre (CAN) in 2018 and Can Serrat (ESP) in 2021, collaborated in many international and national music projects that vary between reggae and experimental music with insects sounds.


Lumanzin releases “dia a dia” (day by day), the second single of her next album “mansinha” that will be released on March 7th, 2022, and counts with 22 participations. The song talks about daily life and the repetitions of emptiness and doubts that one has once they move far away from their home country.


This album is another step Lumanzin takes towards her international career and recognition. The track was recorded in London in partnership with Ayman Sinada, a Sudanese multi-instrumentalist, and the video clip was recorded in Florianópolis (BR) in partnership with Lui Cobra (BR). she could face after this whole journey of leaving Brazil.

The first single of the album, the track “fim do mundo” released in October 2021, gives us a bit of Lumanzin’s vision about Brazil in general. “Fim do mundo” literally means the end of the world, and with the pandemic and many other situations that are still going on in her home country, the artist couldn’t see solutions or have hope at all, so why not leave?

So that’s what she did. In February 2021, Lu left Brazil for the unknown, flying to Albania in order to wait for Europe to open up to finally be able to attend a few art residencies she was selected to participate in.


She lived for 4 months in a small village called Borsh, and there also recorded a video clip of her song “grito desesperado de mulheres abandonadas” that was selected to run for an award at Lift-Off Sessions, in London.

After Albania, she went to Can Serrat art residency, developed some visual works, but because she was running out of money decided to go to Greece in order to try to make some money during summer. What she wasn´t expecting, was to be slaved by a bar owner, keeping her in terrible working and living conditions, and not paying her for her work in the end.

What saved her, literally, was going to England and being in touch with Benji “CHief” Appiah, a drummer from London, who open the first door for her in England.

Dia a dia“ talks a bit about loneliness but also introduces the beauty Lumanzin wants to present with her next album. Beautiful landscapes, slow-motion images, the beginning of a contemplation process that she wants to put people into without, of course, losing the Brazilian groove. Keywords would be sun, loads of natural light, clean water, green, sand.

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Lumanzin works best on Bossa nova, Brazilian Music, Electronica, Experimental jazz, Indie pop, International pop, Latin music, Modern jazz, Pop rock Authentic, Contemporary, Creative, Curious, Experimental, Good vibes, Groovy, Unique, Indie, Intense, Original, Positive, Provocative, Romantic, Sensual, Surprising, Tropical, Underground, Strong universe, & Weird.

Available on Spotify, Composer, On stage experience, International potential, Strong social media presence, Supported artist, Unsigned artist, Upcoming project, & Young talents.



Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lumanzin/

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5P182zXWK4CDlGXxVW0WjD?ltclid=245d7a59-1a32-4a31-a99d-e484eb34be1c

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