Belô Velloso ( Santo Amaro City , August 19 of 1971 ) is a singer in Brazil . She is the daughter of the writer Mabel Velloso and niece of Caetano Veloso and Maria Bethania .
Belô went to Rio de Janeiro at nineteen, with the intention of being a singer. In 1997 , she released her first album, "Belo Velloso," with music by Caetano and Torquato Neto ("Mother Courage"), Jorge Ben Jor ("Dear Lover"), Adriana Calcanhotto ("Song without His Name") and shares of the famous uncles.
The second album, "One Second", came with fresh renditions of old hits like "The Life These Things", the famous voice of Ritchie in 1983 , and "The Curves of Santos highway," by Roberto and Erasmo Carlos , and new compositions by Alvin L., Zélia Duncan and Carlinhos Brown .
Label: BMGV MUSIC | Released: 2007 | Length: 37'46"