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PROJOTA & GIULIA BE

At the age of 33, rapper Projota is a consolidated name in music. He will be joined by young singer Giulia Be, who wrote the smash hit "Too Bad". The song is featured in the original soundtrack of TV show "O Sétimo Guardião". In such a diverse scenario, Vitão, a voice that is gaining popularity in Brazil, will be joining these two acts.

PROJOTA

Projota is one of the most important rappers of Brazil. Many of his songs have received massive airplay in Brazil. He is known for the hits “Foco, Força e Fé”, “Mulher”, “Elas Gostam Assim”, “Enquanto Você Dormia”, “Muleque de Vila”, “Faz Parte” (featuring Anitta) and “Linda” (featuring Anavitória). His most recent work, released in April 2019, the album “Tributo aos Sonhadores I” is his tribute to the fans and features eight brand new songs, and two videos.

GIULIA BE

19 year-old Rio de Janeiro-born Giulia Be stands out for her sweet and high-pitched voice. The composer draws inspiration from her own experiences to write her songs. She gained attention from Warner Music Brasil, with whom she signed a contract. Shortly thereafter, she took the initial steps in her career with the song “With You”, which she wrote in partnership with DJ Zerb, another promising act Brazil. Her first solo work was "Too Bad", which is included in the original soundtrack of "O Sétimo Guardião", a prime-time Globo TV show.

VITÃO

In a scenario that includes a number of new and talented artists of Brazil, mostly in their early twenties, he used the internet to promote his work and find a place in the sun. This is a symbol of the new times that shows us how technology has transformed the world of music. The young singer began his career in 2016 as he posted a number of cover videos on YouTube. Internet users developed a strong sense of identification with him. He was soon spotted by the Head Media label, headed by José Peña, along with producers Pedro Dash and Marcelinho Ferraz, with whom he found support to consolidate himself as a songwriter. The label also features artists such as Jão, Day and Carol Biazin.

 

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