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Mariana Aydar

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Foguete Mariana Aydar 03:22
Beleza Mariana Aydar, Mayra Andrade 04:29
Manhã Azul Mariana Aydar 04:39
Do Jeito Que A Vida Quer Mariana Aydar, Benito 80 03:16
Forró do Xenhenhém Mariana Aydar, Fejuca, Roberta Sá 02:51
Quadrado Vivo Mariana Aydar, Elba Ramalho 03:15
Filho do Dono Mariana Aydar, Mestrinho 03:24
Espumas ao Vento Mariana Aydar 03:48
Aqui Em Casa Mariana Aydar 04:16
Zé Do Caroço Mariana Aydar, Leci Brandão 06:32

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Biography

Flying the flag for MPB (Música Popular Brasileira), Mariana Aydar has been building a dedicated following in her native country since first stepping out in 2000 as a backing vocalist for Miltinho Edilberto, whose repertoire largely skews towards forró. Born into a musical family on May 8, 1980, in São Paulo, Mariana Aydar's father, Mário Manga, was a member of the group Premê, and her mother Bia Aydar has produced music by Brazilian artists including Lulu Santos and Luiz Gonza. A chance rendezvous with the legendary samba modernizer Seu Jorge in Paris helped to push Mariana Aydar's career forward, and after opening for the aforementioned artist on his 2005 European tour, she began sowing the seeds of her debut album. Kavita 1 was released in 2006 and the following April, her song "Deixa o Verão" was featured on the soundtrack of the teen series Malhação on Rede Globo. That same year, she was nominated for the Revelation Award at the VMB (Video Music Brasil), held by MTV. Her second album, Peixes, Pássaros e Pessoa, landed in 2009, and her third album, Cavaleiro Selvagem Aqui Te Sigo – released two years later marked a collaborative effort with conductor, composer, and arranger Letieres Leite from Orkestra Rumpilezz, embracing Afro-Brazilian rhythms among other styles. Released in August 2015, her fourth album, Pedaço Duma Asa, was created in collaboration with artist Nuno Ramos. After unleashing a string of EPs throughout 2019 leading up to her fifth album, Veia Nordestina, the full LP surfaced in December 2019.