Kasino

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Kasino
Origin Brazil
Genres Eurodance, techno
Years active 2003–present
Labels Building Records

Kasino is a eurodance group from Brazil. Conceived to be only a studio project, Kasino gained sudden inclusion of the first single "Can't Get Over" in a scene of the telenovela América. Quickly the music became a phenomenon in Brazil. In one month of existence, the group gained communities in the Google's Orkut and fanclubs. Many fans did not know that the group composed by Bo Anders, Juliana Weinem, Julia Morales, Ian Duarte and Fabianno was Brazilian. In 2005, the DJ Sound magazine delivered the prize of “The Dance Single of the Year” to the group.

On October 7, 2006, the singer made a presentation on the program Sabadaço, from the Rede Bandeirantes, presented by Gilberto Barros. The presentation was remembered because Gilberto Barros spoke during the singer's presentation, and then generated the meme "AEEEEE KASINÃO".

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