The world’s most popular Brazilian singer follows the miraculous mix, from which half a century ago was born the bossa nova. To éterickému, deeply expresivnímu, Sun prozářenému singing adds electronics and reggae, the arrangements are a masterpiece in the art of achieving the maximum effect of the mere hint. Thanks to its repertoire has won a total of 4 Grammy nominations. In 2010 her elite jazz pianist Herbie Hancock was invited on his album, The Imagine Project, dedicated to the legacy of John Lennon, along with Jeff Beck, Anoushkou Shankar and other artists.
After three acclaimed Studio albums and released a live recording capturing CéU concert in his home city of Sao Paulo, which is the Brazilian counterpart to New York and, with its 13 million inhabitants represents a unique melting pot of musical genres. At the Prague concert to inaugurate the new album, released at the prestigious California marks Six Degrees.
Singer was born in a musical family, her father, a composer and arranger, it said to the world of the greats of Brazilian musical tradition. Céu studied music theory and classic guitar, later moved to New York City. Claims that it inspires primarily music, with roots in Africa: jazz, reggae and Nigerian afrobeat. Her artistic name CéU in Portuguese means sky or heaven, and for easy identification is always the writes at the end. Among the most popular Brazilian artist album, Vagarosa earned the singer (in translation: a slow, relaxed), which gracefully combines acoustic instruments with electronics, the recordings have an intimate sound with plenty of charming details. When the singer performed in England, British newspapers wrote about her in superlatives, without anyone mind that sings primarily in Brazilian Portuguese.