Wehbba is one of Brazil's main electronic music ambassadors worldwide. Born in São Paulo, Brazil, and currently based in Barcelona, Spain, this former dentist has been spinning house and techno music records, around the globe, for over a decade. Wehbba has been a prolific producer, and has developed a very distinct style, marked by stellar production standards. His achievements, as a producer, could be measured by the number of respected artists who he's worked directly with over the years, either remixers, remixees or collaborators. The list includes Laurent Garnier, Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed, Christian Smith, Stacey Pullen, Joseph Capriati, Stephan Bodzin, Ambivalent, Huxley, Bushwacka!, Secret Cinema, ANNA, Carlo Lio, Samuel L Session, Funk D'Void, Valentino Kanzyani, Harry Romero, 2000 And One, Robert Babicz, X-Press 2, Mihalis Safras, Coyu and Kaiserdisco, to name only a few.
His productions have been featured on labels like Tronic, Systematic, Bedrock, Soma, 2020Vision, Knee Deep In Sound, 100% Pure, Audiomatique, Material, Missile, Suara and many others. 'Full Circle', Wehbba's first studio album, released by Tronic Music in 2010, was the landmark which set Wehbba's career off to a new level, achieving outstanding media, DJ and public success. Over the following years, he’s been a regular in charts of portals like Beatport or Resident Advisor, and with a second studio album on Tronic, 'Square Two', released in 2013, Wehbba further explored his musician background, displaying a more prominent versatility, including a guest appearance from Jon Dixon and D'Sean Jones, 2/3 of the Detroit group D3, part of the legendary Underground Resistance collective.
Out of the studio, Wehbba’s heavy touring schedule includes venues and festivals such as Tomorrowland, The BPM Festival, Sensation, Lollapalooza, Warung, D-Edge, Pacha, XXXPerience, Triblatech, Ministry Of Sound, Creamfields, Vision, Rex Club, Fabrik, Florida135, Cat & Dog, Crobar, Westerunie, Coda and countless others, while also hosting 2 monthly radio shows, broadcasted over hundreds of stations worldwide, namely Pioneer DJ Radio and Tronic Radio.