“Over the past 10 years Brazilian music has started to be recognized as a musical force in Britain. It’s no longer limited to lounge bar chill-out CDs, instead focusing on exciting new artists like Seu Jorge.” That´s how BBC´s music critic Sam Jones describes one of most talented and originals Brazilian singers – while he was waiting to watch the artist´s show  in Lecester Square, in the heart of London. At the end of the show, he was marveled by the swing of the Brazilian black musician:  “Seu Jorge took the spotlight alone to show us why he has suddenly become a big deal in Britain”, wrote BBC´s critic.  Seu Jorge, 35 years old, was made internationally famous by his role in the cult-classic film City of God. He has toured many American states, where he is known to the audiences for performing bossa-flecked Portuguese renditions of David Bowie songs in The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou.

Curious to know more about the sharming Seu Jorge? Listen to his beautiful voice: