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Portuguese Brazilian Jazz Artist Beatrice Mason Releases English Song “Caramel” On New Album

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Regardless of the fact that Beatrice Mason’s songs are sung in Portuguese, she corners the universal sound of smooth jazz making her popularity take on a steady rise in the United States. Her latest album release just hit #50 on SmoothJazz.com. The College Music Journal (CMJ) recently ranked her album at #19 on their New World Music Chart, and her debuts at other core radio stations have been quite favorable. Thanks to her enchantingly percussive take on Suzanne Vega’s 1996 hit “Caramel” - the CD’s one English language track is available in three sultry “Nite Life” and “Pop” remixes by Motown veteran Michael B. Sutton (Smokey Robinson, Michael Jackson).

From her website: “Mosaico: a musical mosaic of styles and sounds with the common thread of emanating from her native Brasil. “Algum Mistério (Some Kind of Mystery),” Ana Clara Horta’s piano samba “Cortejo,” and a duet version of Raphael Gemal’s “Canto Só” featuring guest vocalist Edu Krieger. An artful video was also lensed for her version of Vitor Ramil’s “Foi no mês que vem,” a mix of tango and electronica.”

I can’t get enough of this record! Interested to hear others’ take on her music.
Website [url="http://bit.ly/BeatriceWebsite"]here[/url]

Listen to the 3 english mixes of “Caramel” [url="http://cdbaby.com/cd/beatricemason1"]here[/url]

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