Get to know Bougenvilla aka Shefida and Jeremy
Bougenvilla was hailed by the biggest Dutch radio station 538 as ‘Artists to Watch’ in 2018. Shefida and Jeremy aka Bougenvilla first met in Rotterdam several years ago. They have quickly made their career a match made in heaven since. With a penchant for building undeniable groove in their work, the duo’s bass driven, heavy house leaning sound has achieved support from the scene’s elite. Moreover, release on some of the industries finest labels across the board.
Their last release “Somebody To Love” on Future House Music opens up with an extremely unique synth, melody and beautiful vocals. The drop features bits and pieces of the vocal melody along with that unique synth repeating the pattern of the vocal along with a jumpy bass line to fill the gaps between the drum hits. This song is a sure-fire dance floor anthem that will have you singing along and moving your feet at the same time. This perfectly demonstrates how the talented duo keeps on developing their producing skills.
Bougenvilla DJ appearances
The duo has showcased their musical output on a wider scale after becoming a rising name worldwide. The pair have held down sets across renowned events and venues. For example: Ushuaïa (IB) Bootshaus (DE), Kitty Su (IN), Skygarden (IN) and Rotterdam stadium De Kuip. Similarly, they have played at high powered festival sets across the likes of 7th Sunday (NL), Laundry Day(BE), Ritmos del Mundo (ES) and Wish Outdoor (IT).
To top it off Bougenvilla went on multiple China tours. One of them with Dannic, to play at well-known venues like Future, Sirteen, Play House, 15CM and MYST Club. Bougenvilla’s live show case matches their drive to deliver in the studio. With recent releases like “CTRL ALT DELETE”,“Wildfire”, “Stranger Things”, “Somebody To Love” they received the support of world renowned artists. For example: Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Hardwell, Oliver Heldens, Alan Walker, Steve Aoki & Tiësto, just to name a few. Their musical showcase continues to expand to new heights, with fresh influences from Asia to add to their melting pot of ever evolving, dance-floor learning groove material.