Adriana Duim, Jason Bralli and Drumagic took part in the making of his first solo. In the meantime Ramilson works on some remixes from different artists including Otto, Roberto Carlos, Mundo Livre and Apocalipse 16. In 2002, together with Drumagik and Hanger 15, he starts in Sao Paulo a school for producers and DJs, attended by more than 15,000 students over the years. In 2001 he releases two albums that are acclaimed by the press: 'Musica Eletronica Gospel' and 'Drum'n'Bass Brazuca'.
Janaina Lima is a dancer, an acrobat a chorepgrapher, a singer and a composer. In 1996 she moves to New York to attend the 'Broadway Dance Center' and the 'Step on Broadway' to perfect her dancing skills. In 2000 she returns to Brazil and starts working on the prestigious 'Cia de Danca de Diadema' school. In this period Janaina starts singing, performing at the Municipal Theater in Sao Paulo and taking part in various festivals in Germany, Portugal and the United States.
At the end of 2001 she meets Ramilson Maia with which she starts to perform live. The following year they decide to begin the Kaleidoscopio project and are soon acclaimed all over Brazil. Their songs will eventually cross the South American borders: in 2004 their first single "Meu Sonho" is released in Italy and quickly becomes a radio hit. The second released single is called "Voce Me Apareceu" In 2002 Ramilson Maia (seminal DJ / producer of the Sao Paulo electronic scene) launched the Pop / Drum and Bass project, Kaleidoscopio with vocalist Janaina Lima.
Following a tremendous success in Brazil during their first year of existence, Kaleidoscopio's music begins to travel across borders in Latin America and in Europe. Where the single 'Voce Me Apareceu' became a huge summer hit in Italy. (from my space) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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