BNegão echoes ‘Canto da sereia’ when reopening work on his first solo album, ‘Metamorfoses, riddims e afins’

BNegão echoes ‘Canto da sereia’ when reopening work on his first solo album, ‘Metamorfoses, riddims e afins’

♪ Music written by Rio de Janeiro composer Osvaldo Nunes (1930 – 1991), presented in 1966 by Minas Gerais singer Nilton César on the album A volta do professor in a pompous register and re-recorded by the author in 1969, Canto da sereia echoes in the voice of BNegão in a programmed single for next Friday, February 16th. Canto da sereia is part of the repertoire of the Rio artist’s first solo album, Metamorfoses, riddims e affines, announced in 2021 with the editions of the singles Salve 2 (Ribuliço riddim), Sorriso Aberto (Curimba riddim) and Cérebros atomicos. Initially scheduled to be released in the second half of that year 2021, the album Metamorfoses, riddims e affines ended up being postponed and will actually be released in 2024. The rapper reopens the album’s promotional work precisely with the edition of Canto da sereia , single recorded with musical production orchestrated by BNegão himself with Gilberto T. Heralded as a “point of mutation” in BNegão’s discography, Canto da sereia’s approach was made with the intention of mixing Afrofuturist aesthetics with the ancestral laments of ancient African choirs . Cover of the single ‘Canto da sereia’, by BNegão Disclosure



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