Boasting an impressive vocal range, the artist born in Fortaleza,Estter, at just 21 years old, has been stealing the spotlight on social media and establishing himself as a sensation on the music scene in the Northeast and also in the state of São Paulo.
Her journey in music began at a young age, when at the age of 3, she was already participating in gospel music competitions and festivals in her hometown. Around the age of 17, she decided to make a bold change in her musical direction, embarking on the vibrant world of piseiro.
Estter is already recognized by the public for her participation in the song “Amor de Verdade II”, released in 2020, in partnership with singer Kekel. The song won hearts across Brazil, accumulating more than 8 million views on YouTube and surpassing 1 million streams on digital platforms.
The singer is about to release the long-awaited EP entitled “DE MIM PRA MIM MESMA”. This album, with deep roots in the piseiro style, a trademark of the Brazilian Northeast and of the singer herself, features the collaboration of a widely respected producer and composer. It is noteworthy that two of the EP’s songs were composed by the same author of the famous song “Canudinho”, by Gusttavo Lima, and Ana Castela, who currently tops the charts on Spotify. Furthermore, Léo, Mariana Fernandes’ composer, contributed an exclusive track to the album.
Later this year, Estter is preparing to take the stage, embarking on a tour to take her captivating music and charisma throughout Brazil. With a repertoire of 25 songs and almost 2 hours of show, it promises to involve the public in an unforgettable musical experience.
Facing this new chapter in her life, the singer is determined to share the rich cultural heritage of the Northeast with the entire country, aiming to become a prominent influence in the music industry.
You mentioned that you started your musical journey as a child. What was this experience like participating in gospel music competitions and festivals at the age of 3?
It was an incredible experience. The church was a school for me! Everything I know musically I learned there. And at festivals it was wonderful because I met a lot of people in the music world, made friends and always learned something from the judges.
At 17, you decided to transition musical genres and venture into piseiro. What inspired you to make this change?
My convictions have somehow changed, but this is not a topic I want to talk about, about my departure from the church. But inspiration comes when I see people’s joy at a show like Mari Fernandes, for example.
“Amor de Verdade II” was a song that won over many fans. What was the experience of collaborating with singer Kekel like? What did this collaboration bring to his career?
Visibility, friendships, experience of dealing with praise and criticism. And of course the pleasure and honor of recording with Kekel, who was very kind to me and I am so grateful for the invitation to this day.
His next release, the EP “DE MIM PRA MIM MESMA”, embraces Piseiro’s musical style. What can listeners expect from this new project?
Lots of good musicality, strong lyrics, bubblegum melodies! And I’m sure that many women will identify with what I bring in each lyric on this EP.
Can you tell us a little more about your relationship with the composers and producers involved in the EP? What was it like working with them?
It was a very good experience, this search and choice for a composer, producer, and then repertoire! It took a while for me to find people that I really identified with. But it was worth all the time invested in this EP and I’m so happy to have found them and the songs! And it was great working with them, I got along with everyone and made friends too!
This year you are starting a tour with 25 songs in almost 2 hours of show. What are your expectations for these live performances and what do you hope to convey to your audience?
Being able to convey great emotions and make it a unique experience for everyone there! Including me, because I’m really looking forward to showing my show to the public and being able to actually make a living from my art.
You mentioned that you want to take the cultural heritage of the Northeast throughout the country. How do you plan to do this through your music and career?
Putting a northeastern characteristic into each song, whether instrumental or in the lyrics, in our way of interpreting.
What artists or musical influences have shaped your style and sound as a singer?
I’m very young, I lived in the gospel world for many years, so my references are the most current artists, like Simone Mendes, the most recent Mari and our eternal Marília Mendonça who left many good things to be continued.
In addition to the music, you also mentioned emotion and love in this new EP. How would you describe the emotion you want to convey to your listeners through your music?
The lyrics are strong. They tell stories about all of our lives and people will definitely identify and this will impact their emotions. The idea is for everyone to listen and leave the song on repeat.
How do you see your future in the music industry? What are your long-term goals and aspirations?
I first want to make a living from my art in some way, this is my big goal in the short term and in the long term, if everything goes well, to actually be recognized as an artist on a national level, but that’s as long as my music makes sense in people’s lives. people.
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