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Rodolfo Abrantes

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Jardim Dos Inocentes Rodolfo Abrantes 06:10
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Rodolfo Gonçalves Leite de Abrantes (September 20, 1972) is a Brazilian singer-songwriter who rose to prominence as the vocalist for the band Raimundos, known as the inventors of forrocore, a groundbreaking combination of hardcore punk and forró, a typical genre from the north of Brazil. Born in Sobradinho, Distrito Federal, Rodolfo Abrantes formed Raimundos in 1987 with childhood friend Digão and went on to become one of the biggest rock bands in Brazil, reaching the peak of their powers during the early 90s. In 2001, Rodolfo Abrantes converted to Christianism and decided to leave the band. A year later, he formed the nu-metal band Rodox, with whom he released two albums before calling it quits in 2004. His first worship album came out in 2006 under the title Santidade ao Senhor, followed by 2007’s Enquanto É Dia. In the subsequent years, Rodolfo Abrantes continued to consolidate his status as a major figure in Evangelical music with the albums R.A.B.T - Rompendo a Barreira do Templo (2012), Joio ou Trigo (2015), and O Dia Que Será pra Sempre (2018). In 2021, he returned with the single “De Malas Prontas,” reaching Number 52 on the Brazilian Top 100.