que Não” has more than 11 million views on YouTube and may be one of the business cards of Dengaz (Luís Mendes), but the Cascais musician born on August 9, 1984 said yes to his debut on Fatacil's Main Stage and brings Lagoa a show where rap and hip-hop have a prominent place. His career began in 1998 when he was co-founder of the Dinastia group. From then on he has been building a path that included the passage by another band, the InnaStereo, before finally betting on his solo career. The album 'Para Sempre' (3rd album of originals), which had contributions by António Zambujo, Marcelo D2, Valete, Matay and Agir, will surely be one of the bases of the concert.
As a child, Quim Barreiros drank the musical teachings of the great minhota tradition: the "viras", the"malhões", the "chulas" and the "canas-verdes". As a teenager he traveled throughout Portugal, already playing the accordion in folkloric huts in which he had contact with many other musical genres. In early adulthood he settled in Lisbon, where he went to houses of Fado and started parallelly to inscribe his name in dozens and dozens of recordings - essentially of traditional Portuguese music. The discovery of a voice as a singer in the mid-70s and the vocation for the rhythms of funny and brutal rhymes paved the way for one of the most sui generis and original paths of Portuguese music of the last forty years. He is a constant presence in Fatacil