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Max Bragantini

Electro House House Electronica / Downtempo

Max Bragantini also known as Max B, Italian Deejay, producer and remixer, starts from young to express his passion for music: he studied piano in the meantime started to collect vinyl records from all over the world, the most diverse genres.

But is the "dance" music to give him the strongest feelings and push it at the age of 15 years to proposed for the first time as a DJ in the disco.
In the late 90's he begins to love and to propose "Afro", a musical style characterized by slow bpm and ethnic influences and electronic equipment.
Meanwhile, the union of different music style give him the possibility to perform in many Italian and European clubs, refining a set full of energy and charge.
Meanwhile, the longstanding friendship with DJ / producer Raf Marchesini became an important artistic partnership that will deliver many successful productions and remixes.
In 2009, produces the cover song "Faraò", in collaboration with Raf Marchesini and published by Ego Music, arrived at the first position of all the Italian charts and entered in the prestigious top 20 of UK Buzz Chart.
In 2010 he also made together with Raf Marchesini remix for "Kuma Ya" by Loco Tribal, song that climbed Italian and foreign charts.
In the same year Max realized another successful project, this time in collaboration with Ilario Drago, Raf Marchesini and Isaac "Easy" Coutiel: Aroma feat. Katerina 'The Children of Piraeus", published by major labels worldwide such as Ultra, Ministry Of Sound, Universal, Spinnin' and become one of the hits of the summer.
The year 2011 marks the debut of the record label Forever Young!, which is the founder and manager together with Fedo Mora and Raf Marchesini, in collaboration with Rossano "DJ Ross" Prini and Bang! Record.
In 2011 realize with Raf Marchesini the remix for the new song of Loco Tribal "Kanta Fallah".
In 2011 released on Forever Young! his first single "Max Bragantini aka Max B - Samba Reggae", which reprise a famous song by the great Jimmy Cliff: Summer 2011 has its own soundtrack!

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