One of today’s most innovative and energetic producers, Enrry Senna has established an impressive reputation in a short amount of time. A native of Brazil, Enrry’s ties to music stretch all the way back to his early childhood, when he was exposed to everything from opera to samba. Shaped by his culture and his family’s passion for music, Enrry possesses an intimate connection to house music that is unmatched and unmistakeable.
Ten years ago, Enrry began playing in his homewtown while producing his own tracks and remixes. Within a few short years, other DJs in Brazil and abroad started to recognize his exceptional talent. Soon, DJs such as Peter Rauhofer, Tony Moran, Paulo, and Abel began playing his music regularly during their sets. Not only have Enrry’s tracks been played at every major gay club and circuit event in the world, but they have also been featured on compilations such as Tony Moran’s Sugar House and Matinee Group’s Circuit Festival. His remixes for artists such as Selena Gomez, Deborah Cooper and Emeli Sande have reached the top of Billboard’s dance charts.
Just as Enrry’s remixes and original productions stand out for their driving tribal beats and infectious energy, his live sets drives crowds effortlessly, making them forget about everything but that joyous throbbing of bodies. In Brazil, Enrry has headlined most major clubs and parties including The Week, consistently rated as one of the top gay clubs in the world. He has also cemented his reputation as a truly international DJ with a widely praised tour through Mexico in 2012. Wherever Enrry plays, his connection to the dance floor, to its people, makes for an unforgettable journey.
In short, Enrry’s brilliance as performer and producer moves bodies and souls. His music binds together dancefloor and DJ, brings all hearts together pounding at 130 beats per minute, with bass, with feeling, with melody.