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Andrea Marquee

b. c. 1978, Brazil. After operating effectively if obscurely in multi-media theatrical occasions and low-budget impartial films, Marquee started attracting attention like a singer-songwriter. Initially, this fame as well was just localized but steadily she became recognized to a very much wider audience, partly through her part as lead vocalist with the Center Breakers, a Brazilian salsa music group. By the first 00s, she acquired become one of the most popular of the brand new era of youthful Brazilian performers. Ably mixing traditional sources to samba with modern electro-pop music, she appealed chiefly to her very own era but was in no way ignored by old viewers. Her repertoire contains music by Jorge Ben Jor (‘Zumbi’), Caetano Veloso (‘A Voz Perform Morto’), and her very own compositions, such as ‘Carmesim’, ‘Cantos De Trabalho’, ‘Sambadelic’ and ‘O Que Aconteceu Com Nosso Amor?’. Among music artists with whom Marquee spent some time working are Maurício Tagliari, Luca Raele, Rica Amabis and André Mehmari.

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