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Nia Archives shares Brazilian-influenced new song and video ‘Baianá’

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Nia Archives has shared a new Brazilian-inspired track and video – watch ‘Baianá’ below.The track is the first solo release from the producer since her EP ‘Forbidden Feelingz’ was released back in March of this year.Discussing ‘Baianá’, which samples the traditional Brazilian choir Barbatuques, Nia Archives said: “I’ve always been a massive fan of Samba Music, Bossa Nova Music and Brazilian culture and had been a fan of the Barbatuques for a while.“When I was looking through my samba / bossa playlist and thinking about songs to sample, ‘Baianá’ was the one that stood out for me.

When I started making it, the original version was quite bouncy which I wanted to make harder… so I flipped it into this crazy amen break roller with a Reese bass line.

I feel like this one really showcases my work and style as a producer.”Watch the video for ‘Baianá’, shot on location in Brazil, below.Reviewing Nia Archives’ ‘Forbidden Feelingz’ EP, NME wrote: “On her second EP, Nia Archives proves that not only is she a leader for a new generation of drum‘n’bass ravers, but cements her place as an elite producer.

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