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While House music began to take shape in the 1980s, Ricardo Miranda also began to form a unique and unconditional love for this genre. As Latin Soul Brothas, Yonurican and Deefend: R, The Noble Square Label boss has been releasing very important music for the culture of House music.
His first release as Ricardo Miranda was "Termino mi Amor", which led to the attendance of the musical genius Glenn Underground, being signed by Vega Records in 2006, also having an appearance in the famous label Rush Hour where Rick Wilhite added a track from him called “Urbanism” to a compilation.
There is no question that Ricardo Miranda is one of the leading figures in the House Music scene.
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