Flavia Coelho

Brazil's DNA - A carioca album as festive as it is engaged? This is what Flavia Coelho proposes. DNA is a bit like the Brazilian singer's answer to President Bolsonaro. With Caribbean, Cumbia, hip hop or reggae music as a backdrop, Flavia Coelho denounces Rio's corruption (Citade Perdida), invents a hero who could deliver the country (Billy Django), sings about love, dance, the beauty of diversity and promotes tolerance and gender freedom. We love Brazil. “Coelho has an effortless, relaxed style that almost disguises her skill at easing between the slinky melodies and bursts of rapid-fire hip-hop” – The Guardian