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Saulo Fernandes was born in Barreiras, BA and became interested in music still young. His first experience in Trio Elétrico was not in Bahia. At 18, Saulo was living in Vitória (ES) and began his musical career singing in the carnivals in town. Backing to Bahia in 1996 mounted to Banda Chica Fé and won the singer revelation of the Carnival of 2001. In March 2002, Saulo received an invitation to head Banda Eva, a move which ended hegemony of almost 10 years, when only women sang in the band. In 2003, he won another award, for best singer in the Carnival, now as the lead singer of Eva. In 2013, he left Banda Eva to start a solo career.

The Gipsy

With a 35 year career and owner of the surprising voice and symbol of the gypsy music, Chico Castillo represents a sound that crosses borders. In his songs and compositions, his trademark is to mix modern rhythms with the traditional Rumba Flamenca, presenting to the public the experience of world music.
"World Music" is how we can define Chico Castillo's music, The Gipsy.

Margareth Menezes

Margareth is a Brazilian singer from Salvador, Bahia.

Her style is considered axé but her music also steers into samba and MPB territory, at times drawing on African rhythms and reggae.

Menezes remains one of the most dynamic and popular of contemporary Brazilian artists achieving international recognition.

Carlinhos Brown

Brazilian singer, percussionist, and record producer from Salvador, Bahia. His musical style blends funk, Latin music, R&B, soul music, reggae, and traditional Brazilian percussion.


Brazilian singer, songwriter, and dancer, who rose to fame recording cover songs of artists such as BeyoncéRihanna, and Sam Smith on her self titled YouTube channel. She has also featured her songs on Spotify and SoundCloud


In May 2016 she signed a contract with Warner Music Brasil. Her debut album, Dona de Mim, was released in 2018 and was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award 


Olodum is an internationally acclaimed Afro-Brazilian cultural group from Bahia, Brazil. Olodum was founded in 1979 as a bloco afro (African Bloc), a Bahian Carnival association highlighting African heritage and black pride through music, dance theater, and art. 

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