Lero-Lero - Luisa Maita


Luisa Maita

  • Genre: Brazilian
  • Release Date: 2010-07-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11
  • ℗ 2010 Cumbancha

Lero-Lero ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Lero-Lero Luisa Maita 4:43
Alento Luisa Maita 3:29
Aí Vem Ele Luisa Maita 4:12
Desencabulada Luisa Maita 3:01
Fulaninha Luisa Maita 3:35
Mire E Veja Luisa Maita 4:36
Maria E Moleque Luisa Maita 4:20
Anunciou Luisa Maita 3:14
Um Vento Bom Luisa Maita 3:49
Alívio Luisa Maita 3:33
Amor e Paz Luisa Maita 2:44


  • Gostosa

    By Vikulsya
    Eu amo essa música. É tão bonita e traz de volta memórias de minhas noites no Brasil. Sua voz é incrível e deliciosa.
  • A seductive new voice from São Paulo

    By Dreamtiger
    Luísa's vocals dance with the intoxicating rhythms of Brazil, yet the sultry simplicity of "Amor e Paz" (with just guitar) communicates volumes. A stunning debut!
  • The Truth Of The Matter...

    By D.F.I.
    The sounds on this album range from sultry to swinging to grooving to all out rocking while never straying far from their Brazilian roots. And the truth of the matter is, it works, it works really well. A well produced, well performed album that showcases Luisa Maita squarely in her comfort zone, while providing a great engaging listen for you. To quote NPRs review: "...If Maita keeps making records this good, she could well be on her way to international stardom." Definitely worth the $10. D.F.I.
  • WOW!

    By xNaddyx
    What a great voice! She is DEFINITELY the next voice of Brazil!
  • Another Brazilian star is born...

    By SueniaCosta
    Luisa Malta has a velvet voice that will touch your soul and inspire your imagination. Lero-lero and Maria e moleque are my favorite songs.
  • Esta bonita la musica

    By k-9999
    Me encanta, paz para guatemala
  • A debut that lingers in the ear and mind

    By Nicholas A
    Brazilian music without the sonic cliches. The songs show a breadth of creative, evocative, atmospheric rhythms, and she switches up her voice well across the album. A fantastic and smart debut.
  • Te amo

    By Starangel123456
    Te amo
  • The new voice of Brasil

    By Justonekitty
    Luisa Maita's album is quite lovely and melodic from start to finish, and she is quickly becoming the new voice of Brasil. Her vocals were featured on Rio's Olympic campaign for the 2016 games. Maita's voice is powerful and dances over the diverse rhythms of Lero-Lero. Everything from deconstructed samba and bossa ("Lero Lero"), forro ("Fulaninha"), and capoeira percussion ("Anunciou"). However, the more touching moments on the album are the downtempo ballads where Maita's voice is sweetly accompanied by the cavaquinho. While the uptempo numbers are more danceable, the ballads offer more surprises in the complexity of tempo ("Maria e Moleque.") While I do not think Maita and Céu are comparable, if you enjoy the likes of Céu, you'll enjoy having "Lero Lero" in your collection.
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    By IndiaRhe