WD2N or “WE DRIVE TONIGHT” is your conducting element for intimate casual and relaxed moments of freedom, presented through original songs in interactive performances that are joyful and fun for fans in love with listening to electronic music.
WD2N’s focus is to maintain a conceptual musical vanguard, it is extremely versatile and creative as mentioned in several occasions by fans and by the specialized media, taking quality music in an accessible manner, introducing the underground culture for those who don’t yet know it and offering quality entertainment through vibrant and differentiated experiences for the public with well constructed dancing Sets in its performances.
Yuri Lima is the core WD2N artist, a DJ, multi instrumentalist, prestigious music producer internationally, as well as being a Science of Arts graduate.
Exponent of Brazilian electronic music abroad, WD2N has performed in more than 10 countries and 03 continents in festivals such as “Day Off Festival” in Serbia and in clubs in Russia, Slovenia, England and others.
WD2N has released more than 70 original songs and remixes in international labels in the Deep House, Indie Dance and Tech House genres, highlighted by: Toolroom, King Street, Nurvous, Audiotonic, Mexa, Delicious and LouLou Records. Its productions are a success in sales and critical acclaim, reaching the Top 100 Beatport chart more than 09 times in its genre, and has been supported by several big names such as Mark Knight and Rene Amesz whom played the song “Do For You” in their radio program “Toolroom Knights”. LouLou Players played the song “Take The Chance” in their Brazilian 2015 Summer tour in the Warung Beach Club, taking the crowd to ecstasy with its marking groove. This track has also reach the #5 spot in the Beatport Charts with the CP titled “69” by LouLou Records.
WD2N is also the official remixer for Dennis Ferrer in the “How Do I Let Go” song.
As well as all the mentioned, WD2N has also received support from the international Hernan Cattaneo, John Digweed, Kolombo, Amine Edge, Chad Tyson, X-Press 2 and several Brazilian artists that have collaborated for its career success in some form, in Brazil it’s seen as a revelation in the scene and one of the promising names in the market.