Woman Zu was probably one of the most well-known performers of Brazilian spirit and disco music from the ’70s. Zuleide Santos da Silva began her career like a vocalist at eight in the O Dois é Nosso display (Television Cultura/São Paulo). Keeping diverse jobs to produce a living while knocking on documenting companies’ doorways, she finally experienced a opportunity in 1977, when she, released as “the Brazilian Donna Summer time,” documented the solitary with “A Noite Vai Chegar” (Paulinho Camargo) and “European union Prefiro Dançar” (Totó Mugabi). It had been released another 12 months, and it offered thousands of copies. The 1st LP, A Noite Vai Chegar (1978), using the homonymous strike, was her definitive consecration in the balls from the working-class suburbs. Appointed the Queen from the Brazilian Discothèque, she also experienced the strikes “Hora da União” (Totó Mugabi), “European union Prefiro Dançar” (Totó Mugabi), and “Só Você” (Cleide Dalto’s edition of Paul Greedus’ “Bah”) prior to the disco trend vanished from Brazil in the past due ’70s. Only performing sporadic performances since that time, Lady Zu documented once again in 1988 (the Clear prize-nominated Alma Negra, distributed to Carlinhos Trumpete, Tony Tornado, Luiz Vagner, and Tony Bizarro).