Music as a space for healing: GentleBeatz

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“Making music which brings us closer to ourselves.” Gabriel Bero, the artist behind GentleBeatz, uses his music as as a space of therapy to deal with his anxieties, personal struggles and to express what he cannot say with words. The 22-years old musician was born in Moatize, Mozambique and lives and works right now in South Africa.

Bero tries to make music which is simple, easy to listen to and which will evoke a certain kind of emotion on the listener. He tries to add a certain personality to each song that he makes.

“Hope”, his latest track,was released this month.

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