Meet Gustavo Black Alien, Brazil’s most famous underground rapper

Gustavo de Almeida Ribeiro (Sao Goncalo, 1972), better known by his stage name Black Alien is a rapper, singer and songwriter. Gustavo Black Alien Planet Hemp joined the group, which was also part Marcelo D2, and founded the Reggae B group, in partnership with bassist Bi Ribeiro, of Paralamas do Sucesso. Black Alien released his first solo album in 2004: Babylon by Gus – Vol 1: The Year of the Monkey.. The album title is a reference to the album Babylon by Bus by Bob Marley. In 2006 a remixed version of his famous “Who Let Caguetou” was brought by DJ Fatboy Slim on his album Speak here !. In 2007, film director Ton Gadioli starts shooting the documentary Mr. Niterói – The Lyric Bereta, about his life, the same year that Black Alien shaved his dreadlocks, a change in unexpected visual.

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Brazil’s most beautiful Bumbum of 2014 belongs to Indianara Carvalho

Indianara Carvalho, 22, representative of the state of Santa Catarina, was the winner of the fourth edition of Miss Bumbum 2014, on Monday (17). To win the award, she beat fourteen other candidates who reached the final of the awards. They were chosen in an online poll, which had over 2.7 million votes, and a bench made up of 10 jurors.

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This Charming Man by The Smiths gets a Brazilian version remix

The Brazilian musician Raphael Bertazi mixes indie rock songs with typical Samba and Axé Brazilian Music. “This Charming Man” was the target of his last attack. Raphael Bertazi had already made a “mashup” of “Reptilia” by the Strokes, with samples of music from Bahia, a Brazilian state. This time, it’s “This Charming Man” and Morrissey’s voice blending with samples of Banda Eva, from Ivete Sangalo, and some domain of Logic Pro, Apple’s software.

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