Kasino

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Kasino
OriginBrazil
GenresEurodance, techno
Years active2003–2016
LabelsBuilding Records

Kasino was 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 success in Brazil. Some people who knew the group did not know that it was composed by Brazilians.[1][2][3]

On October 7, 2006, the group 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 group's presentation, and then generated the meme "AEEEEE KASINÃO".[2]

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  1. ^ Ortega, Rodrigo (2014-08-26). "Kasino tenta novo hit após 9 anos e cantor admite: 'Não estava preparado'" [Kasino tries new hit after 9 years and the singer admits: 'I was not prepared']. G1 (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2019-07-02.
  2. ^ a b "Entrevistamos "Kassinão" que quer explicar de uma vez por todas a sua aparição no Gilberto Barros" [We interviewed “Kassinão” that wants to explain once for all his appearance in Gilberto Barros]. Não Salvo (in Portuguese). 2016-10-11. Retrieved 2019-07-02.
  3. ^ "ENTREVISTA – FHER CASSINI" [INTERVIEW - FHER CASSINI]. Papo entre Mulheres (in Portuguese). 2014-08-14. Retrieved 2019-07-02.