Blecaute was an extremely popular vocalist/composer of Carnival strikes such as for example his biggest a single, the samba “General da Banda” (Tancredo Silva/Sátiro de Mello/José Alcides), in the Carnival of 1949. Among his successes are “O Pedreiro Valdemar” (Wilson Batista/Roberto Martins, 1949), “Papai Advertisementão” (Armando Cavalcanti/Klecius Caldas, 1951), “Maria Candelária” (Armando Cavalcanti/Klecius Caldas, 1952), “Piada de Salão” (Armando Cavalcanti/Klecius Caldas, 1954), “Maria Escandalosa” (Armando Cavalcanti/Klecius Caldas, 1955), “Chora, Doutor” (J. Piedade/Orlando Guzzano/J. Campos, 1959), “Samba perform Iê- Iê- Iê” (Estanislau Silva/William Duba/Rosa de Oliveira, 1963), “Quero Morrer no Rio” (1965), “Bloco de Banana” (Blecaute, 1969) and “Teresinha Copa 70” (Marli de Oliveira/Gatinho). He debuted being a vocalist in 1933 at Rádio Tupi. In 1941, he was employed by Rádio Difusora and followed the stage name Black-Out, which is certainly modified to Portuguese as Blecaute. Between 1942 and 1943 he performed in the Carioca radios Tamoio, Mauá, and Nacional. The initial album was documented in 1944, the entire year where he sang in the film Tristezas Não Pagam Dívidas.