Brazilian jazz/blues artist Beatrice Mason for you Portuguese speaking peeps out there! Since releasing her latest album, Mosaic, she’s been creating a lot of buzz and developing a cult following in her hometown of Rio de Janeiro. Her album is in the “Top Album” category on iTunes and is all in her native Portuguese with the exception of the track “Caramel”. She has performed fronting standing room only crowds at International Music Conference and Modem 2012. Mosaico received accolades by critics and fans alike. With her unique sound, Mason has crossed over to new audiences in Europe and the United States.
As a result of her success, she came to the attention of ex-Motown Producer, Michael B. Sutton via her North American consultant company, The Music Umbrella. Sutton a renown writer/producer (Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson) will soon be working with her to remix the only English track, “Caramel”. The release will be out in mid-October on the Lilly Blonde label and will be actively promoted to Smooth Jazz Radio for an international audience.
Influenced by Brazilian pop music her sweet Portuguese lyrics and vocals give her the edge to stand out among other artists. Singles such as “Caramel” and “Foi No Mês Que Bem” have enticed blues and jazz listeners around the world. To watch the music video for her latest single, click here
Besides promoting her album, Beatrice has been granted a government sponsorship to work on songs by South-American writers and composers Jorge Drexler, Vitor Ramil and Kevin Johansen.
For more information, tour dates, etc. visit her website here