Born in San Diego, California, and being of Swiss/Italian origin, with music borrowing Brazilian/French influences as well as working in Paris, Berlin, Milan and Lausanne, Giordano Rush shows that he has no geographical limitations when it comes to his creative sound.
Tatum takes on many roles in his craft – he writes, records, dances and produces all of his own music, as well as filming his own videos. His EP Mini Girls is a collection of distinct tracks with some latin and oriental hues, reflecting Tatum’s travels. His latest single Bahiana was written by Tatum Rush and Nancy Deleuze (Swiss-Brazilian recording artist) in Lausanne, and was remixed by Tsunano (Barclay / Universal / Barong Family) from Shanghai.
Tatum often collaborates with producer Ceri (Milan based Record label Undamento) and is also accompanied by DJ BAUCHAMP when performing his lives shows and is never without his signature scarf around his head. Tatum describes the story behind Bahiana as “inspired by reminiscences of images and sounds caught travelling in Northern and Central Brazil. I had in mind atmospheres like the annual ceremony for Yemoja, the Goddess of the Sea, where women in white dresses walk into the sea offering flowers and champagne to the wind. Passing glances of lovers on scooters in the neighbourhood of Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro…”. Adding to this is Tsunano, a producer from Shanghai with his own following, further cementing Tatum’s growth and popularity. With influences ranging from Frank Ocean to Tom Jobim, Tatum’s influence is sure to keep growing.