Curumin

Curumin

Luciano Nakata Albuquerque, is a Brazilian of Spanish/Japanese ancestry[citation needed], early on earned the moniker Curumin, a term (Curumim) used in Brazil to designate indigenous children. It was the 1970s in São Paulo, and with his older brother Curumin began his journey through the world's music, from Jorge Ben to Devo to Bebeto. By the time he was 8, he'd already formed his first rock band with classmates, with pots and pans substituting for a proper drum kit. Within two years he'd formed another band, this time an instrumental funk group... more