NEW ARTIST AT THE AGENCY !
WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR - JUNO AWARD AND ADISQ 2016
NOMINATION FOR "WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR - JUNO AWARD 2019
Boogát is a multi award winning Canadian-Mexican musician from Québec who mixes Hip-Hop with Latin music like Cumbia, Salsa, Reggaeton and more… The son of immigrant parents from Paraguay and Mexico, he was born in Québec City and raised in Beauport Beach. In 2001, he moved to Montreal where his career started.
Singing first in French, Boogát moved to Spanish after playing with the electronic music producer Poirier and the Latin music group Roberto Lopez Project; discovering a new world of possibilities that opened the way to collaborate with artists such as El Dusty, Celso Piña y su Ronda Bogotá, G-Flux, Cut Chemist, La Yegros, Uproot Andy, Lido Pimienta, Supersan, Mati Zundel, Kid Koala, Schlachthofbronx, Pierre Kwenders, Radio Radio and El Remolon, amongst others.
In 2013 he released ”El Dorado Sunset”, his first Spanish album. The album won two Félix Awards for ”Best World Music Album” and ”Producer of the Year”. Since then he has been touring Canada, USA, México, Argentina, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, France, Czech Republic and Spain.
In 2015 he released ”Neo-Reconquista wich won both a Félix and a Juno Award for ”Best World Music Album” in 2016. ”San Cristóbal Baile Inn”, which includes collaborations with Andrés Oddone, Frikstailers, Miss Bolivia, Niña Dioz and Lemon Bucket Orchestra, was just released in 2017.
Boogát gives us the image of a new Quebec, plural, rich, with multiple influences. Really, it stands out in the musical landscape by the originality of its proposal in Spanish and French with a modern show that moves and dances all audiences, regardless of age, nationality and cultural background.
Boogát performs on stage accompanied by his musicians in a sober staging that leaves room for music and interaction with the audience. Amplified formula: Electric guitar, trombone, drums, percussion, voice and electronic sequences. In acoustic formula: guitar, guitar, muted trombone, cajón and voice.