Vintage Culture, also known as Lukas Ruiz Hespanhol, is a Brazilian DJ and producer who has been making waves in the dance music scene since 2013. Born on July 30, 1993 in Mundo Novo, Brazil, he grew up with a passion for music and began playing the guitar at the age of 12. He started his music career by playing in local bands, but later transitioned into electronic dance music.
Vintage Culture rose to fame with his hit single, "Cante por Nós," which reached #1 on the Brazilian iTunes chart in 2014. He has since released numerous tracks that have received critical acclaim and have been played at major festivals around the world.
In 2015, Vintage Culture performed at Lollapalooza Brazil, making him the youngest Brazilian artist to perform at the festival. He has also performed at other major festivals such as Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, Ultra Music Festival, and Rock in Rio.
His success can be attributed to his unique sound that combines deep house, tech house, and Brazilian rhythms. His music has even been described as "Brazilian Bass," a term he coined himself.
Apart from his successful music career, Vintage Culture is also known for his philanthropic work. He regularly collaborates with non-profit organizations such as Greenpeace and Waves for Water, and has donated proceeds from his concerts to charitable causes.
Vintage Culture's success shows no sign of slowing down, and he continues to push boundaries in the dance music scene. His unique sound and commitment to philanthropy have won him fans across the world, and he remains a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.