Rockhal, Esch / Alzette
Rockhal, Esch / Alzette
Blaya is an icon. One who's had the chance to witness her on stage, knows that she's a multifaceted hurricane, full of energy, pride and sensuality. Born in Brazil,
raised in Portugal, and she travelled all around the world performing before teaching us how to "Faz Gostoso" (Her hit song/Brazilian expression for "Do It Good"). By teaching us all, she really did, including Madonna.
With over 100 shows done between March 2018 and Outuber 2019, it's safe to say that Blaya is one of the biggest artists in the country. She's reached millions and millions of people through streaming platforms thanks to her hit songs "Faz
Gostoso", Má Vida", Vem Na Vibe" & "Eu Avisei". She's known for delivering authentic and colourful power anthems on stage, and in her music videos, which have been seen on screens of all sizes. These are the numbers that justify Blaya's number 1 on the Top Viral Spotify Chart in Brazil, and her double platinum record "Faz Gostoso" which counts with over 32 million views on YouTube, and 7.5 million streams on Spotify.
Blaya had the chance of performing at MADO, the LGBTIQ pride festival in Madrid; the main stage of MEO Sudoeste, one of the biggest music festivals in the country; and to end the summer, at Rock in Rio Brazil. It's obvious that she's
ready for one big year.
"Blaya" is the name she chose back as a teenager when she took notice that it meant "lady" (which was her alter-ego for when she was working at mIRC) and it was also the name she signed the first songs she wrote/raps when she was living in Alentejo (South of Portugal). But things took a turn once she saw two shows of the successful music group Buraka Som Sistema (BSS) at the festival "Músicas do Mundo" in Sines. In 2008 Blaya didn't even hesitate when she was invited to join Branko, Riot, Conductor and Kalaf to become a member of one of the most
striking music groups of Portugal, and she left her noticeable and contagious energy on the albums "Komba" (2011) and "Buraka" in 2014. The group performed all over the world for thousands of people, which provided Blaya a lot of experience for the next phase of her career, that followed up after the
emotional last concert of BSS in 2016, at Torre de Belém.
performing and writing due to BSS, a solo EP from 2013, many international collaborators, and a booming audience on social media justified by her authentic and upfront presence. All these accomplishments have made Blaya a symbol of empowerment and freedom for women.
After joining the Redmojo team, she started working on her first album with artists such as Mc Zuka, Virgul, Tyoz, Laton, No Maka, Kaysha, etc, and with the help of exceptional producers, she found her musical direction, leading to a collection of bangers which today are very well known (Faz Gostoso, Primeira Batida, Vem na Vibe, Má Vida, Eu Avisei, Só Love, Bem Firme, and so on).
Now in 2019, Blaya's released her debut album "Blaya Con Dios", which successfully went straight to number 1 in the music charts, as well as had her hit song "Faz Gostoso" re-recorded by Madonna (and Anitta) for her new album
"Madame X" - the album reached number 1 in the Billboard 200 albums chart, and gave "Faz Gostoso" another boost.
Blaya released another single which is still trending, "Yoga", also a track from the album with a taste of a more international pop direction and a steamy music video.
The new hit single Bem Firme, featuring Virgul is a colourful track, potentially a summer song and the video was shot in Bairro da Cova da Moura, and Fábrica da Pólvora. It's also the 8th video Blaya's released in two years, all songs from her successful debut album.
Just press play, and Blaya Con Dios...
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