Vem Cair na Zueira
|"Vem Cair na Zueira"|
|Single by Rouge|
|from the album C'est La Vie|
|Released||29 November 2003|
|Rouge singles chronology|
"Vem Cair na Zueira" (lit.: Come To The Fun) is a song by the Brazilian girl group pop Rouge, released as the third single from the second studio album by the girls, C'est La Vie (2003). The song was written and produced by Rick Bonadio, and brings again the zouk and Latin elements in their sonority. The song talks about living in peace, having fun, without thinking of anything. In the middle of the song, Aline does a rap.
Launched as the third single from the album, "Vem Cair na Zueira" became a success, reaching the Top 10 of the Brazilian charts. The group did a part in the film Xuxa Abracadabra, by the artist Xuxa Meneghel, singing and performing the song. Like the other singles of C'est La Vie, "Vem Cair na Zueira" was promoted extensively, being sung in numerous TV programs.
Background and release
Following the success of the debut album, Rouge (2002), which sold more than 1 million copies, and the hit "Ragatanga", which was more than 2 months at the top of the charts, Sony Music decided to launch a new album of the band, following the same format of the first album, with the difference of bringing a new style for the group.
For that, was brought to the album the zouk rhythm that already was present in the musical scene mainly in Europe. The rhythm has a similarity with the lambada and it appeared in the Antilles. The song was released in April 2003.
Fantine Thó, also a member of the group, commented on the new work:
|“||Zouk has been in Brazil for a long time, but no artist has yet introduced him to the general public. We are launching pop zouk, with the face of Rouge.||”|
"Vem Cair na Zueira" was written and produced by Rick Bonadio, and counts on some verses in Spanish. The song, as well as the first single "Brilha La Luna", derives from the zouk, only that still closer to the "zouk root," according to Patricia. For Denis Moreira, from Época Magazine, "the song has a great pop appeal." "Vem Cair na Zueira" begins with Karin Hils singing about how beautiful life is, and she just wants to live in peace while Luciana Andrade questions about the people with so much money, who always want more, and invites everyone to dance. In the chorus, the girls exchange verses in Portuguese and Spanish, "Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Êh Comes in the zueira Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Oba Do not be fooled."
In the second part, Karin sings about time, which does not come back, while Luciana says that singing is her destiny, and calls everyone to dance once more. At the bridge, the girls sing, "A speech that takes, a speech that has, has," repeatedly. After the bridge, Aline Wirley does a rap, referring to the success "Ragatanga", among other things, "[...] The DJ is connected and already knows the style, The midnight sound everyone is enjoying Come, come what now the bank will break The Raga-Ragatanga he put to play, then Come, come and dance the Zouk with us ... ", Aline sings.
A Spanish version of the song, titled "Vien aqui pacha en guea", was made for the album Rouge En Español, but the album was not released due to Luciana leaving. Even so, the song was released on the internet.
Usage in media
The Rouge girls made their film debut by participating in the Xuxa Abracadabra film of 2003 by the artist Xuxa Meneghel, while singing and performing "Vem Cair na Zueira" in the film, as if they were in a show. The singers also participated of the collective of the film, in the time of debut of the feature film.
|Brazil (Brasil Hot 100 Airplay)||9|
- Moreira, Denis. "Rouge lança segundo CD e tenta repetir sucesso com o zouk". Diário de S. Paulo. Época. Retrieved 19 October 2012.
- "Vem Cair na Zueira, de Rouge: Letras e Músicas". Rádio Uol. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
- "Vien Aqui Pacha en Guea". Som 13. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
- "Rouge - Vem Cair na Zueira". UOL. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
- "O que esperar de Xuxa em Abracadabra". Omelete. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
- "Xuxa apresenta novo filme em SP". Terra Networks. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
- "Vem Cair na Zueira - Top 20 Brazil". Top 40 Charts. Retrieved 29 September 2013.
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