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Preta Gil

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De Volta Ao Sol Preta Gil, Ruxell 02:54
Na Batucada Preta Gil, Thiago Pantaleão 02:48
Filhos do Arco-Íris Preta Gil, Paulo Miklos, Fafá De Belém, Luiza Possi 02:08
Só o Amor Preta Gil, Gloria Groove 02:58
Sinais de fogo Preta Gil 03:36
Decote (feat. Pabllo Vittar) Preta Gil, Pabllo Vittar 02:58
Sinais de Fogo Preta Gil 03:20
Vá Se Benzer (feat. Gal Costa) Preta Gil, Gal Costa 02:42
Meu Corpo Quer Você Preta Gil 04:11
Meu Xodó Preta Gil, Fran 03:17

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Born on August 8, 1974, in Rio de Janeiro, Preta Gil is a Brazilian singer-songwriter and actress. Daughter of the legendary musician Gilberto Gil, she embarked on her musical journey in the early 2000s, fusing elements of samba, funk, and pop on her 2003 studio debut Prêt-à-Porter. The album featured the single "Sinais de Fogo," which rose to the top of the charts in both Brazil and Portugal. She followed this success with 2005's Preta, which spawned the singles "Muito Perigoso" and "Eu e Você, Você e Eu." Not limited to singing, she also showcased her versatile talents by venturing into acting, making notable appearances in Brazilian films and television series such as Agora É Que São Elas and Caminhos do Coração. Noite Preta Ao Vivo, her first live LP, arrived in 2010 and featured duets with Lulu Santos, Ivete Sangalo, Carolina Dieckmann, and Ana Carolina. In 2012, Preta Gil returned with her fourth studio outing, Sou Como Sou, and became a coach on the reality singing competition The Voice Brasil. She would continue to record and perform over the following years, celebrating her tenth anniversary in the music industry with the 2014 live album Bloco da Preta and exploring electronic sounds on 2017's Todas as Cores, which included guest spots by Pabllo Vittar, Marília Mendonça e Gal Costa. The single "Elas por Elas (Coisas da Vida)," recorded in collaboration with Duda Beat and Ivete Sangalo, arrived in 2023.