Brazilian man of the moment, WEHBBA is considered one the premiere electronic music ambassadors gracing the industry’s most respected labels and parties across the world.
Rodolfo Wehba, born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, has been spinning techno and house records for over a decade since his first international recognition with his ‘Flappin’ My Pie Hole’ EP on German imprint Killa Beat, back in 2006. After much recognition and success in Brazil, like many artists, he decided to make the move to Barcelona, the European hub for producers and artists – where he now has his studio and bases himself as a full time home with his wife and French bulldog.
A prolific producer for many years, he caught the eye of Tronic label boss Christian Smith, which saw his first EP on the label in 2009 with “The Hiss”. Since then WEHBBA has released numerous remixes and EP’s on the label, as well as two albums, his first “Full Circle” released back in 2010 and then “Square Two” in 2013.
His distinct style and stellar production skills have earned him collaborations with the world’s most respected artists including Laurent Garnier, Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed, Stacey Pullen, Joseph Capriati, Stephan Bodzin, Huxley, ANNA and many more.
Since 2009, he has had a steady stream of outstanding EP’s that have all graced the Beatport charts regularly on labels including Bedrock, Systematic, Soma, 2020Vision, Elevate, Tronic, Knee Deep In Sound and more.
He has displayed his versatility as a musician with a guest appearance from Jon Dixon and D’Sean Jones, 2 of the 3 in the Detroit groups D3 and Timeline, part of the legendary Underground Resistance collective. Since then he has secured many interesting projects, including being featured on “The Magnificent Seven” movie promotion via Sony Pictures, where he remixed the main theme of the motion pictures soundtrack. Tech and production savvy, he enjoys sharing music production knowledge, so we can expect to see him be actively involved with conference panels and workshops in the near future.
You can catch his mixes every month with his residency at Pioneer DJ Radio, as well as a bimonthly appearance on Tronic Radio. Not forgetting his exclusive streaming with Boiler Room in Sao Paulo back in 2014 where he performed a set with only his own productions.
Going into the latter part of 2016, we can expect some more killer releases on labels including Systematic Recordings, and a special track ”Fake” on Drumcodes prolific A-Sides Vol.6 compilation due to drop in 2017. His touring schedule is only getting busier, and we are happy to see him regularly appearing on line ups throughout Europe, Asia and of course back home in South America.