It’s easy to stumble on the idea that listening to Da Chick is like travelling back in time: maybe to that New York era where Disco and Punk, New Wave and Hip-Hop would cross styles and shake the dance floors. Nothing wrong with that idea: there’s a lot of that classic Boogie spirit, with a strong passion and straightforwardness, a sassy attitude and a groove drinking from the best sources.
After her first release in 2012 with the ‘Curly Mess’ EP, released on Discotexas – as have all of her releases to date, the debut album ‘Chick to Chick’ arrived in 2015 , produced alongside Xinobi, Moullinex, Cut Slack and Isac Ace, it marked a very important moment in her constantly growing career.
The ‘Call Me Foxy’ EP was released in 2017, and it’s co-produced by French producer Saintard. Don’t Feel Like Talkin’, a digital mixtape available on her Mixcloud, is another recent sample of Da Chick’s singularity and talent, where she assumes total control of beat production and also started playing her own DJ sets.
On stage, escorted by a dj or a full band, Da Chick makes sure you get the message on who’s the funk machine: her powerful and lightning live shows granted her a win for Best Live Performance Award in Portugal and to be invited by Peaches to sing on her show at Vodafone Mexefest and to open for massive Funk legends like Earth Wind and Fire and Maceo Parker at EDP Cool Jazz.