Alice (Alice Caymmi album)

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Alice
Alice by alice caymmi.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 19, 2018 (2018-01-19)[1]
GenrePop, música popular brasileira
Length26:23[1]
LabelFlecha de Prata Edições Musicais/Universal Music Group
ProducerBarbara Ohana
Alice Caymmi chronology
Rainha dos Raios
(2014)
Alice
(2018)
Singles from Alice
  1. "Inocente"
    Released: 8 December 2017
  2. "Eu Te Avisei"
    Released: 19 January 2018
  3. "Sozinha"
    Released: 12 June 2018

Alice is the third album by Brazilian singer Alice Caymmi, released on 19 January 2018. It was produced by Barbara Ohana[2] and sees the singer working on a more pop-oriented sound.[3]

Album cover and title[edit]

The album cover was created by Daryan Dornelles.[4] It depicts Caymmi dressed as a bride, submerged and tied up with the shibari technique, representing the "pure and profane".[3] The cover also features a heart and her name in neon lights, but with a turned off "Caymmi".

Song information[edit]

Rapper Rincon Sapiência was invited to guest sing on "Inimigos", in which he is also a co-composer. The song talks about a common universe for artists, as mentioned by Caymmi: "When your art simply meets truly bad obstacles and people".[5]

The album features a song co-written with Ana Carolina: "Inocente". The duo went to Itaipava, Rio de Janeiro to compose it, with the idea of writing a romantic song. It was released as the album's first single on 8 December 2017.[6] She comments:

The guest performance of Pabllo Vittar on "Eu Te Avisei" came up after Caymmi, Ohana and Pablo Bispo finished the song, which features a R&B base in its choir. It talks about love in a melancholic, introspective way. It was released as the album's second single on the same day of its release and its video was recorded on 15 January 2018, at the RebobiNights party in São Paulo.[7]

Tracks[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Spiritual"Alice Caymmi3:32
2."A Estação" (The Station)Carlinhos Rufino3:05
3."What's My Name (Oduduá)"Moacir Santos, Nei Lopes2:21
4."Vin"Caymmi, Barbara Ohana, Pablo Bispo, Sergio Santos2:27
5."Inimigos" (Enemies; featuring Rincon Sapiência)Caymmi, Ohana, Rincon Sapiência2:41
6."Inocente" (Innocent)Caymmi, Ana Carolina3:22
7."Agora" (Now)Christiano Malgioglio, Gian Pietro Felisatti3:29
8."Sozinha" (Alone)Bispo, Rodrigo Gorky, Arthur Marques2:45
9."Eu Te Avisei" (I Warned You; featuring Pabllo Vittar)Caymmi, Ohana, Bispo2:38
Total length:26:23[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Alice". iTunes. Apple. Retrieved 10 February 2018.
  2. ^ Ferreira, Mauro (14 January 2018). "Alice Caymmi revela nomes das nove faixas de álbum produzido por Barbara Ohana". G1. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  3. ^ a b Antunes, Pedro (12 January 2018). "Alice Caymmi flerta com o pop em novo disco, com participações de Pabllo Vittar e Rincon Sapiência". Estadão. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  4. ^ "Alice Caymmi anuncia disco com Pabllo Vittar e Rincon Sapiência". Uai. 20 December 2017. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  5. ^ Cisterna, Egle (17 January 2018). "Alice Caymmi deixa de lado o romantismo em novo álbum". A Tribuna. Retrieved 17 January 2018.
  6. ^ Astuto, Bruno (14 December 2017). "Alice Caymmi lança música com Ana Carolina: "Amiga para a vida toda"". Época. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  7. ^ Costa, Vinícius (15 January 2018). "Alice Caymmi revela faixas de seu novo álbum, 'Alice', que terá participação de Pabllo Vittar". Fica Quietinho. Retrieved 15 January 2018.