The Quinteto em Branco e Preto (Quintet in Dark and White colored) pulls its name from your skin color of its members. Using its repertory centered on traditional samba, the group is usually very popular among the working-class viewers of São Paulo, where it had been shaped. Their adherence towards the values of the genre brought them invites to regress to something easier renowned sambistas, eventually marketing the group’s popularity throughout Brazil. The quintet provides accompanied performers like Walter Alfaiate, Carlinhos Vergueiro, Nei Lopes, Wilson das Neves, and D. Ivone Lara in special deals on Television Cultura (São Paulo), while in concert events it has supported Guilherme de Brito, Wilson Moreira, Luís Carlos da Vila, Noca da Portela, Monarco, Almir Guineto, Jorge Aragão, Moacyr Luz, Germano Matias, Délcio Carvalho, Jamelão, and João Nogueira (in his last efficiency in São Paulo). Discovered by Beth Carvalho, the group was followed by her as her protegé. She provided them the name Quinteto Café com Leite (Dairy and Espresso Quintet), but there is another group with this title, the key reason why she herself provided them their present one. Contained in Carvalho’s shows around Brazil, the group got its first worldwide knowledge in two displays at Johannesburg (South Africa), burning the vocalist in Sept 2000. In the same season, the group released the Compact disc Riqueza perform Brasil using the involvement of Almir Guineto, Beth Carvalho, Wilson das Neves, and Mauro Diniz, amongst others. The record presented, along using its originals, unpublished tracks by Nelson Cavaquinho, Wilson Moreira, Monarco, Mauro Diniz, Luís Carlos da Vila, Wilson das Neves, Paulo César Pinheiro, Nei Lopes, Délcio Carvalho, and Elton Medeiros. Also in 2000, the group participated in Carvalho’s live Compact disc Pagode de Mesa 2, where she interpreted “Melhor Pra Nós Dois,” with the group’s users Magno de Souza/Maurílio/Paquera, and “A Comunidade Chora” (Magno de Souza/Maurílio/Edvaldo).