From Spain to France and back to Brazil, singer Lívia Lucas offers an eclectic brew of Samba, Jazz and Latin rhythms

Black Women of Brazil


Note from BW of Brazil:Like a great number of other Brazilian born and raised artists over the years, singer Lívia Lucas traveled outside of her native country to find success in Europe. Originally from the southeastern state of Minas Gerais, she has since worked with musicians from all over the world, discovering the sounds of lands such as Morocco and India. Her music is an eclectic mixture of Samba, naturally her first musical influence, Afro-Brazilian rhythms, Jazz and Latin.

CD cover for "Canto de casa" CD cover for « Canto de casa »

After two and a half years between France and Spain, Lívia released her first CD Canto de Casa, received positive reviews from the famed cultural critic Nélson Motta, and returned to live in Rio de Janeiro. She would then release a second CD, Férias de Mim, which came out of collaboration with guitar player Pedro Bastos João. With foundations in…

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