Roberta Miranda is an extremely successful singer/composer focused on the sertanejo/brega/intimate repertory, designs that prior to the ’90s would reach basically a big upcountry/lower-income market, but from then on decade in addition, it took the urban middle/affluent classes by assault. A few of her strikes are “Sua Majestade, o Sabiá,” “Um Minuto a Mais,” “Meu Dengo,” “Chuva de Amor,” “Mistério,” “Dia D,” “Outra Vez,” “Sol da Minha Vida,” “São Tantas Coisas,” “Vá com Deus,” “Esperança,” “Rei dos Reis,” and “European union Te Amo, Te Amo, Te Amo.” Miranda found São Paulo (São Paulo) at eight with her family members. Deciding to be always a vocalist, she fought her parent’s conservatism, doing work for 14 years in pubs around the town. At 16, she begun to sing and was employed to open displays on the Beco and Jogral, two redoubts of bossa nova in São Paulo. For the reason that period she opened up for Fafá de Belém, Rosemary, as well as other well-known performers. After penning a huge selection of songs and far insistence, her big break emerged in 1985, when Jair Rodrigues documented her “Sua Majestade, o Sabiá,” offering near one million copies. Her initial album being a vocalist came within the next season: Roberta Miranda acquired instant achievement with “Meu Dengo,” “Chuva de Amor,” and “São tantas coisas,” offering 800,000 copies and earning silver and platinum information. On the next Roberta Miranda record were the strikes “Vá com Deus,” “Esperança” and “Rei dos Reis,” once again selling near one million copies. Set up nationally being a vocalist so when a composer, Miranda proceeds to execute intensively her eclectic combine that includes also forró, having released her 14th record in 2001.