Bruno Gadiol, after the huge success of his debut with the album “Jovem” and a national tour with sold-out concerts, he now launches the second part of the project, bringing seven more songs that promise to conquer the fans. The full album is now available on all digital platforms, including the single “Remédio” and its video clip on YouTube. With international pop influences, Bruno Gadiol seeks to explore darker and heavier themes, addressing anxiety, lack of self-esteem and the feeling of displacement.
One of the highlights of the album is the partnership with the renowned singer Carol Biazin in the song “Interessante”. Composed by Gadiol himself, the track portrays the difficulty of recognizing one’s own worth, while each praises the other. The collaboration between the artists was highly anticipated by fans, and Carol Biazin’s female voice fits the song perfectly. Both express their enjoyment of working together and share the importance of the song’s message about self-love.
“Jovem” is a project that reflects the artist’s state of mind, going beyond age and addressing universal youth issues. The album combines new songs with those released in the first part, totaling 13 tracks that explore different emotions and experiences. Bruno Gadiol, who started his musical career at a young age and won over audiences with his participation in TV shows and soap operas, is consolidating his space in the Brazilian pop scene with his authentic and engaging music.
With successful releases and a participation in the Netflix series “Sintonia”, Bruno Gadiol continues to captivate audiences with his versatility as an artist, remaining active in both music and dramaturgy. The album “Jovem” is another step in his musical journey, showing his growth and maturity as a singer and composer. Now, fans have the opportunity to dive into new songs and enjoy Bruno Gadiol’s infectious energy.
How would you describe the content of the second part of your album “Jovem”?
The second part of the album came with denser subjects. I deal with heavier subjects, but with dance music. So he talks about anxiety, lack of self-esteem, not being able to see his own worth. I talk about feeling in the inverted world, where it doesn’t fit. These songs are all danceable, but there are these subjects, I think it brings out a darker side.
What is the meaning of the name “Jovem” for you and how does it reflect in the songs on the album?
YOUNG means to me a way of how you feel inside. I think my grandmother is a very young person, for example. She is thirsty to live experiences, to travel. I also feel that in my parents and many people are like that. A lot of people don’t fit in as young, but I think it’s more of a state of mind.
How does the song “Remedy” address the difficulty of dealing with your darker side? What do you hope to convey with this track?
I talk about anxiety, a problem I’ve faced since very early in my life. As a teenager, it got worse. So today I feel much better. I think it reflects my side of looking for ways out for what I feel and felt, you know?
Could you share a little bit about the concept behind the music video for “Remedio” and how it relates to the song’s message?
I wanted to convey a nightmare feeling. The idea is that I’m going to go to bed and wake up in this weird world, which almost relates to the inverted world of another song, because it takes place in a nightmare, I think that’s more or less how people feel when they have anxiety. Several scenes are like metaphors, bumping into people who try to trap me there. It’s how the person feels when they’re in an anxiety frame.
What was it like working with Carol Biazin on the song “Interessante”? What did this collaboration add to the project?
Carol is a great singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, artist in general and working with her was very easy. In fact, we did a day that was very tiring because it lasted a long time, we recorded all the scenes together and we had a lot of fun, that’s a fact. We had a lot of laughs and at the end of the day we couldn’t take it anymore, we were so tired. But it was so worth it, I love this clip and the result of the song too. I think it added a lot. Carol is becoming an artist with a very strong identity, bringing her to this song also makes my work even more robust.
What is the main message you would like to convey with the song “Interessante” and why do you believe it is important to address this topic?
“Interesting” I wrote to an ex who couldn’t see his own worth. He was a person I saw a lot of value, talented, handsome, but he couldn’t see these characteristics in himself. While writing it, I realized that this song made sense for me too, because I also have these issues of not seeing my own qualities. So I think it’s important that we talk about it
In addition to the already released tracks, what are the new songs that complete the “JOVEM” album and what can listeners expect from them?
We arrive with 7 new tracks. We are going to release a deluxe version of the album as well, with 3 more songs coming out, which will be features, with 3 different artists.
Considering your trajectory since the beginning of your career, how do you see your musical evolution until the release of the album “Jovem”? What aspects do you believe you have improved over time?
I think I feel a lot more like myself than I did three years ago. I discovered my sound, it is more fluid, this changes us as an artist, we have new experiences, drinking from new sources and the music undergoes these changes automatically. But today I feel happier with the work I did. I’m someone who likes to listen to their own music, I didn’t like to listen to it before, so that’s a good sign. I do what is very true to me, I feel happy to be delivering my truth.
Besides music, what other artistic area would you like to explore or are you already involved?
In addition to music, I’m also in audiovisual, I’m an actor, so you’ll soon be able to watch me in a new series on Netflix called “Luz” that should debut this year, I’m not sure. I’m really excited. I’m already on air in “Sintonia”, in the second and third season, and in Five, in the first and when the third season is released, I will also be there.
How does it feel to have the opportunity to share your music with the public and what message do you hope to convey through your songs?
I really want to talk about mental health, I want to get that message out to people that they’re not the only ones going through what they’re going through. And I want them to feel embraced, like, in that sense, because I’ve spent a lot of time thinking I was the only human being in the world who felt the way I did. So I just wanted to show as many people as possible that: calm down, everything is fine, seek help. You are not the only person. Relax! And the message that they be themselves. It was something that took me a long time to be too. I think I’m on the right track and I’m a big believer in authenticity.
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