Luiza Meiodavila is a singer from São Paulo, who released her first work this year. Titled “Florescer“, the EP features six songs that sum up her musical style which combines jazz, pop and some Brazilian rhythms like samba and MPB (Brazilian Popular Music).
But the song “Calma”, meaning “Calm”, hasn’t been included on the EP. It was originally a samba written by Giana Viscardi and Michi Ruzitschka. In Luiza Meiodavila’s version, “Calma” gets a totally different arrangement compared to the original, now with a touch of jazz.
Luiza’s sweet voice suits the song’s lyrics, which – as the title suggests – call for calm. It also asks us not to worry so much about things, and let them follow their natural course.
You can stream “Florescer” EP here.