Talk:Mariza

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Citation needed discussion[edit]

I find it very strange and odd what this article states in its 3rd paragraph:

The family lived for a while in Brazil, where her singing style was strongly influenced by the musical rhythms of that country's popular music. When the family returned to Portugal she again immersed herself in the fado genre, infusing it with a Brazilian-beat undertone.

Not only i find it misleading, since it tries to put brazilian music in her fado repertoire, but i also think this is an unnecessary statement in the intro of the article. To me, it sounds untrue and a very forced idea to say that brazilian-beat is infused in her fado repertoire. Mariza sings Fado music not brazilian influenced fados, as the current wording states. And for this im opening a discussion. Also waiting for sources to sustain that idea. Tacv (talk) 19:25, 28 September 2010 (UTC)