Brazilian singer-songwriter, Bruna Mendez started her career as a lyricist but decided to express her songs herself. Born in the city of Goiânia, Brazil she weaves elements of funk, RnB, Electronica, and more. She is self-taught and has been a part of several bands there in Brazil.
She's only been on the music scene for a short time but has been creating quite a stir with her brand of music. Her journey began in 2008 after writing lyrics for several artists she felt she needed to express what she had bottled up inside. She got together with carioca(a term by the indigenous Tupi tribe, meaning house of) music producer, Mark Martin on a project she called "À Trois." In 2009 she joined the band Colectivo Musical and became popular there in the Goiás music scene. They opened for several well-known Brazilian acts like Lulina, Cicero, and others. What I love about this artist is that she doesn't feel confined to any particular music genre. If you listen to her album, O Mesmo Mar Que Nega A Terra Cede a Sud(The Same Sea that Denies the Earth Gives Into Its Calm) which was released in 2016 has songs that are alternative rock and pop. Check out her song, Calor, Sol e Sel (Heat, Sun, and Salt). In 2019 she released her album
Corpo Possível to much acclaim and changed her sound to be more electronica.
She just released her new single and premiered it on the Colors Studios channel and love it.
Check out this talented singer-songwriter and support independent music locally, nationally, and worldwide. Happy listening!