Diogo Ramos is a Brazilian-born singer-songwriter who has been deeply influenced by the Tropicália movement. Ramos has been working professionally for 25 years as a music producer, having overseen 20 albums between composition and production.
In 2010, Diogo left Brazil to settle in Montreal where he obtained a Bachelor of Music in Guitar Performance from the University of Quebec. He has since made his mark on the Montreal music scene, collaborating with key artists like Paulo Ramos, Bia Krieger, Flavia Nascimento, Rommel Ribeiro and Blanche Baillargeon.
During 2019, Diogo toured Canada, South America and Europe with his album Samba sans frontières (Samba Without Borders), which shows how you can successfully adapt Gilles Vigneault songs to the bossa nova style. Then, in 2021, he realized a new concept, vibrantly mixing samba funk and electro-hip hop on his album Raro Efeito. His latest recording, Cabaça, has just dropped. A recipient of numerous prizes during his career, Diogo was the winner of the 2017 edition of the MUZ Vision Diversity Festival, and in 2019 he received the Cumplices Artists award – MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels).