Thaeme Mariôto

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This article is about solo career of Thaeme Mariôto. For her career in sertanejo duo starting 2011, see Thaeme & Thiago.
Thaeme Mariôto
Thaeme Mariôto in 2011.jpg
Background information
Birth name Thaeme Mariôto
Born (1985-10-04) October 4, 1985 (age 31)
Origin Presidente Prudente, SP
Genres Sertanejo, Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, Songwriter
Years active 2007–present
Labels Sony BMG
(2007–2008)
Lua Music
(2009–2010)
Associated acts Thaeme & Thiago
Fernando & Sorocaba

Thaeme Mariôto (born October 4, 1985), is a Brazilian pop singer and songwriter. She rose to fame after winning the second season of the reality television show Ídolos Brazil.[1] After Idolos, she enjoyed a solo career, prior to joining the sertanejo duo Thaeme & Thiago alongside Thiago (real name José Lazaro Servo).

Biography[edit]

Thaeme was born on October 4, 1985 in Presidente Prudente, São Paulo, but was raised in Jaguapitã, Paraná. Thaeme began singing in the church choir in her hometown and never looked back. Teamed with her sister Priscilla and appeared in several TV shows, including Rede Record's Eliana's Talent Kids.[2]

Thaeme's musical inspirations include Música popular brasileira and jazz divas. In 2009, she was elected as one of VIP Magazine's 100+ Sexies.[3]

Ídolos Brazil[edit]

Overview[edit]

Mariôto auditioned for the second season of Ídolos Brazil in Florianópolis, Santa Catarina.

Performances[edit]

Week # Theme Song Choice Original Artist Order # Result
Audition Auditioner's Choice "Os Outros" Kid Abelha N/A Advanced
Theater First Solo "Eu Tive Um Sonho" Kid Abelha N/A Advanced
Top 32 Top 16 Women "Me Chama" Lobão 7 Advanced
Top 12 My Idol "Como Eu Quero" Kid Abelha 2 Bottom 2
Top 10 Male Singers "Por Onde Andei" Nando Reis 9 Safe
Top 9 Jovem Pan Number 1 Hits "Amor Perfeito" Claudia Leitte 7 Safe
Top 8 Dedicate A Song "A Sua" Marisa Monte 7 Safe
Top 7 Female Singers "Agora Só Falta Você" Rita Lee 1 Safe
Top 6 Skank "Tanto" Skank 4 Bottom 2
Top 5 Popular Classics "Nem Um Toque" Rosana 3 Safe
"Agüenta Coração" José Augusto 8
Top 4 Raul Seixas "Maluco Beleza " Raul Seixas 2 Safe
Contestant's Choice "Espirais" Marjorie Estiano 6
Top 3 Fans' Choice "Os Outros" Leoni 1 Safe
"Sozinho" Caetano Veloso 4
Top 2 Judges' Choice "Devolva-me" Adriana Calcanhotto 1 Winner
Best of the Season "Por Onde Andei" Nando Reis 3
Winner's Single "Rotina" Thaeme Mariôto 5

Career[edit]

2007–08: Idol Fame[edit]

Mariôto signed a recording contract with Sony BMG, managed by SBT in August 2007, as part of her Ídolos Brazil prize package. The contract expired late 2008.

Few weeks after the show's season finale, Sony BMG executives released Ídolos: Thaeme, a special album that contains only five tracks (sang during the show by Thaeme), including her Ídolos coronation song "Rotina".[4] In less than a week, the first edition of the CD sold out in all the virtual stores: first place among the best sellers.

Studio recording sessions for the eponymous major label debut Thaeme Mariôto: Tudo Certo (English: Thaeme Mariôto: All Right) ran in São Paulo, São Paulo, started in September 2006 and finished in November in the same year and was released on December 5, 2007, with the song "Rotina" (English: Routine) as her first single.[5]

After "Rotina", she released two new singles "Tudo Certo" (English: All Right), which was later recorded by singer Luiza Possi.[6] and "Ironia" (English: Irony), a song that was written by her own. A music video was filmed for that single and first premiered on August 31, 2008 on Thaeme's official YouTube channel.

2009–10: Post-Idol[edit]

In early-2009, Mariôto signed a recording contract with Lua Music. She rode three shows for specific audiences and recorded an album with many new songs including "Até os Anjos Choram" (English: Even Angels Cry), which including rapper Helião, from RZO, as first single. A music video was filmed late, 2009, and first premiered on December 21, 2009 on Thaeme's official YouTube channel.[3] However, the album did not come out.

2011–present: Thaeme & Thiago[edit]

Main article: Thaeme & Thiago

In 2011, Thaeme signed a new recording contract with Som Livre and is now the female part of the sertanejocountry duo Thaeme & Thiago. They released two studio albums and were managed by Socoraba from the duo Fernando & Sorocada, a popular sertanejocountry duo.

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

Solo albums
Year Album Details Certifications
(sales threshold)
2007 Ídolos: Thaeme
  • BRA: 20.000
2007 Thaeme Mariôto: Tudo Certo
  • BRA: 60.000
Thaeme & Thiago

(for details, refer to Thaeme & Thiago page)

  • 2011: Thaeme & Thiago
  • 2012: Thaeme & Thiago: Ao Vivo em Londrina
  • 2013: Perto de Mim

Singles[edit]

Solo singles
Year Single Album
2007 "Rotina" Thaeme Mariôto: Tudo Certo
2008 "Tudo Certo"
"Ironia"
2009 "Voltar Atrás" Non-album single
"Até Os Anjos Choram" (feat. Helião RZO)
Featured in
Thaeme & Thiago

(for details, refer to Thaeme & Thiago page)

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Song Album
2007 "Na Guerra e Na Paz" Amigas e Rivais
2007 "Rotina" Amigas e Rivais
2008 "Antes do Fim" Amor e Intrigas
2009 "Over the Rainbow" Vende-se um Véu de Noiva

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Azarão", Thaeme Mariôto vence segunda edição "Ídolos" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2007-08-17. 
  2. ^ "Thaeme Mariôto" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2010-02-16. 
  3. ^ a b "Thaeme Marioto combina voz, talento e beleza" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2010-04-06. 
  4. ^ "O CD de Thaeme Mariôto, Tudo Certo" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2008-06-04. 
  5. ^ "Thaeme Mariôto lança novo CD no palco do Domingo Legal" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2007-12-01. 
  6. ^ "Luiza Possi regrava música de Thaeme Mariôto" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2009-04-28. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Leandro Lopes
Ídolos Brazil winner
2007
Succeeded by
Rafael Barreto
Preceded by
Deixo A Voz Me Levar
Ídolos winner's singles
Rotina (2007)
Succeeded by
Pensando em Você