Born in 93 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Enoque arrives at Portugal at 3 years old and his life was always filled with music: From Marvin Gaye to Stevie Wonder, from Soul to Funk, influenced by his parents.
With a deep connection with the church, where his mother used to play and sing, Enoques’ voice didn’t went unnoticed and at 15 he joins the gospel choir, crafting his talent. In the choir he mets Hber Marques (HMB) and wasn’t too long until starting to collaborate with the band, first as a back voice and soon after they’d be celebrating the success for their first single together, “Naptel Xulima”, in 2014. Enoque wrote for Portuguese artists like Aurea and Mickael Carreira, until he took the chance to follow his solo career dream.
By the end of 2016, he released his first single “Nunca é Bom Demais”, a mixture of his biggest influences (Frank Ocean, Justin Timberlake, HMB) that conquers the listener with its positive attitude. In the following summer the second single “Jura” release, with Anselmo Ralph, defined one of the biggest national talents.
2018 is the year of the debut album “Na tua mão”, a record that brings RnB, Soul and urban pop, and that melts with Enoques’ voice and personality.