Artist signs the musical production of the singer and composer’s single from Minas Gerais. ♪ Singer increasingly converted to the traditions of samba and Afro-Brazilian religions, Maria Rita has also been practicing in the craft of music production. With the experience of having orchestrated the productions of the albums since the fourth album, Elo (2011), the São Paulo artist signs the musical production of Odoyá, a single that the singer and composer from Minas Gerais Gabriel Gonti releases on Friday, May 28. Born and raised in the countryside city of Patos de Minas (MG), Gonti has been emerging as a promise of the Brazilian pop music of the 2020s. , the artist gives a pop dip in a beach song distant from the deep sea by Dorival Caymmi (1914 – 2008) and recorded without emphasis on Afro-Brazilian percussion, a recurring touch in songs about Yemanjá. Odoyá is a composition signed by Gonti in partnership with Leo Costa, Peu and Maria Rita, a bisexual composer who until then had made only one song recorded on disc, Cutuca (2017), samba credited to the artist, Davi Moraes, Fred Camacho and Marcelinho Moreira. “Odoyá / Takes me to this desert island / Odoyá / Teaches me how to navigate this life”, asks Gonti in the chorus that seems to want to surf the good vibe wave that has guided part of the Brazilian pop produced in recent years. Globo

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