Brazilian axé music superstar Ivete Sangalo increased to fame as the lead singer from the Bahian group Banda Eva in the 1990s and embarked about a successful single career in the turn from the century. Among her very best strikes are “Sorte Grande,” an anthem during its launch, and “Festa.” Created on, may 27, 1972, in Juazeiro, Bahia, Sangalo produced her documenting debut as the business lead singer from the axé group Banda Eva in 1993 with an eponymous recording launch on Sony Music. The recording spawned the 1994 carnival strike “Adeus Bye Bye.” Following Banda Eva albums offering Sangalo consist of Pra Abalar (1994), Hora H (1995), Beleza Rara (1996), Banda Eva ao Vivo (1997), and Eva, Você e European union (1998). After departing Banda Eva in the height from the group’s recognition, Sangalo produced her solo recording debut in 1999 with Ivete Sangalo, a double-platinum blockbuster achievement that was nominated for any Latin Grammy Award. Following solo albums consist of Defeat Beleza (2000), Festa (2001), Clube Carnavalesco Inocentes em Progresso (2003), MTV ao Vivo (2004), As Super Novas (2005), and Multishow ao Vivo (2007). Among these albums, MTV ao Vivo was specifically successful, offering over two million copies and earning a 2005 Latin Grammy Award. In 2008 Sangalo teamed up with concurrent Banda Eva vocalist Saulo Fernandes to create the children’s music duo Veveta e Saulinho and discharge the record A Casa Amarela.