Want to hear good music? Then join our list of five Brazilian reggae names for you to know, like and follow right now & #8211; if not yet follow up. Pure power, strength and determination reflected in the music of these powerful artists!
The singer Denise D´Paula became known through her work as a vocalist in the band Filosofia Reggae. In solo career, the artist released the album & #8220; Lighthouse in the Dark & #8221; in the year 2018, with which it has traveled by various stages of the country. Follow Denise on Instagram and in Facebook.
Born in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Marina Peralta is a singer and songwriter, and since 2014 has circulated several states presenting her authorial work. A versatile and complete artist who seeks to express in different projects and formats, her musical influences. Follow Marina Peralta at Instagram and in Facebook.
Laylah Arruda is one of the biggest names in sound system culture in Brazil. She was one of the founders of the Quilombo Hi-Fi sound system in São Paulo, is one of the founders and members of the Feminine Hi-Fi project, and is also a solo artist, landing on some of the most important stages in Brazil. Follow Laylah Arruda on Instagram and in Facebook.
Dawtas of Aya
Regiane Cordeiro, Sistah Mari and Carol Afreekana are three women in African Diaspora united by the desire to share with the world their own experience and reality, together with the reality of their sisters at home and abroad. Her songs and lyricism are spiritual, poetic, hypnotic and inexhaustible bursts of feminine energy. Follow the Dawtas of Aya on Instagram and in Facebook.
Lei Di Dai
Celebration by dance. Such is the work of Lei Di Dai, named by Rolling Stone magazine as the Brazilian queen of dancehall. The Jamaican singer-songwriter of electronic music has been excelling over the years on the international scene, in connections with today's best music producers during her European tours. Follow Lei Di Dai on Instagram and in Facebook.