Inspired by his mother who was in an empowered state, Nassú Bowé cut the umbilical cord of his little sister when he was nine. Of course, the 40 minutes needed to calm down the union between mother and baby, existing throughout the umbilical cord, were respected until the cord stopped beating. It was then when Nassú received the gift of music. Now he is a grown up musician and you may listen to his music here and watch his videoclips. Finalist winner at the John Lennon Songwriting Contest 2012 with "Buscaré Tu Sonrisa". Finalist at the USA Songwriter Competition 2012 with "Libertad". RUNNER UP at the Song of the Year Songwriting Contest 2012 with "Too Many Words". More information on his site: www.supremaciaterrenal.com
Clip of a natural unassisted birth having as a soundtrack an acoustic cover sang by Nassú Bowé of the famous Tom Petty song "FREEFALLIN"
LIST OF NASSU'S VIDEOCLIPS
LIBERTAD by Nassú Bowé
LEVÁNTATE by Nassú Bowé
LEVÁNTATE unplugged by Nassú Bowé
QUIERO IR AL SUR unplugged by Nassú Bowé
DISTORSION ENTRE YÚ Y YO by Nassú Bowé
DAMA Y REY filmed at the amazon jungle
NO SOMOS INMORTALES by Nassú Bowé
AIXECA'T "Raise" in catalan language
Interview with Nassú at VIA ROCK TV (spanish language) soundtrack "Libertad"
Nassú, songwriter, composer, vocalist and guitar player, owning Luxemburgish - Peruvian nationality, was born in 1987 in the middle of the Peruvian Amazon. He spent his first childhood in Switzerland and England, then went back to the Amazon where he grew up with his family. Inspired by his parents, he followed free-schooling, being dedicated exclusively to music, thus achieving a great skill on the guitar as well as composing. After having lived and performed over 200 shows in Spain, he's returned to the Peruvian Amazon where he created his band SUPREMACIA TERRENAL
Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org