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Alliye debuted with the album release of Maritima in 2011. In addition to the nine songs composed by Aline De Lima, a cover of the poem "Cri du Coeur" by Jacques Prévert and Henri Crolla, was included to commemorate Édith Piaf.
In 2010, she founded her own label named Arrebol Music, in reference to her first original song, "Arrebol" (means "Dawn") written when she arrived in Paris in 2002, where she stayed for a decade and where she started her career in 2005. Alliye had a first record deal with a French label but all her two first releases were taken down off all digital stores and streaming services. Currently, Alliye's discography is composed by her independent album, "Maritima" and a series of new singles launched in October 2018 by her own label.
Alliye has become her own manager, came back to her country restarted her music career in São Paulo, reinventing herself as a music artist in the new digital age. After being an album artist that made tours in more than ten countries during her first record deal with a French label, her career development was affected by the economical crisis in music industry since 2009. Almost ten years later, Alliye goes on performing live around Brazil, making duets with Brazilian newcomer artists as Walmir Borges and making first parts of huge samba artists as the singer Alcione.
In October 2018, Alliye launches a series of original song that have respective videos on Alliye's official music channel on YouTube. A modern outlet for the development of an audience in her own country.
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