Roberta Sá is a critically acclaimed MPB vocalist who released two albums before earning a Latin Grammy nomination for Ideal New Designer in 2008. Though completely contemporary, her music includes traditional Brazilian musical designs and tunes, and she actually is often in comparison to Maria Rita, another youthful MPB vocalist who sings traditional Brazilian music in today’s fashion. Given birth to in Natal, Rio Grande perform Norte, Brazil, Sá started her ascent with an appearance like a contestant around the Pop Idol-style Brazilian fact display Fama on Globo Television. Though she didn’t earn the display, she made the feeling and was offered the opportunity to execute the Dorival Caymmi track “A Vizinha perform Lado” for the soundtrack of the Globo Television telenovela, Novela das Oito; the track was subsequently put together on Celebridade (2003). A major-label documenting contract with Common followed, as do an opportunity to collaborate with maker Rodrigo Campello on her behalf full-length solo recording debut, Brasileiro (2005). She collaborated with Campello once again on her behalf second recording, Que Belo Estranho Dia Pra Se Ter Alegria (2007). Critically acclaimed, the recording gained her a Latin Grammy nomination for Greatest New Designer in 2008.