Nídia is an internationally renowned Afro-Portuguese electronic producer and DJ, based in Vale da Amoreira, on the south bank of the Tagus River, opposite Lisbon. As part of the Príncipe Discos record label and artistic collective, she has been instrumental, both as an individual artist and within the community, in bringing inspiring and forward-thinking aesthetics and ethics to the infrastructure of contemporary alternative dance throughout. the world, and the kuduro culture in particular. “Danger” was her first physical album released on Príncipe in 2015, when she was still signed as “Nídia Minaj”, followed by the debut LP “Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida” in 2017, both enthusiastically acclaimed.
In 2020 she released a celebrated attack trilogy with the 7 ” “Badjuda Sukulbembe”, the LP “Não Fales Nela Que A Mentes” and the EP “S / T”. Her favorite accolades include winning a Grammi – the “Swedish Grammys” – for her production work on Fever Ray’s album “Plunge,” and the series of inspiring remixes for Yaeji’s hit “One More,” the Kelela’s album “Take Me Apart”, and even winning Best Independent Remix at the UK AIM Awards for its rework of Lafawndah’s “Tourist”.