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The band was born in Brasilia under the name Nativus. Alexandre Carlo, who was a student at the time created it in 1996. It first appeared in the university circuit of the Federal Capital and got distinguished from the local scene, until the opportunity to record the first CD occurred in Rio de Janeiro. From that point on, the history of the band went through pathways that the very members never dreamed of crossing.Currently with nine CDs and three DVDs released, Natiruts has a successful history that can be told from their discography. That is what we are doing next, going through all the bands albums and remembering all the songs that were among the hits I Brazils radios and that are in the heads and the hearts of everyone.The record that had the old name of the band, Nativus, was released in 1997 independently. Three tracks opened the doors to the phonographic Market, and got the group to be known across the country: Liberdade Pra Dentro da Cabea (Freedom inside the mind), Deixa o Menino Jogar (Let the boy play), and Presente de um Beija-Flor (Gift from a hummingbird). EMI Records was interested in the album and released the reggae band from the Cerrado (Brazilian mainland) on a national level with full power. The outcome: it sold so much that it reached the platinum record, and along came the first tours from North to South.In 1999 already called Natiruts the band released the album Povo Brasileiro (Brazilian People), which came to confirm the band would not be a fleeting success. The production was performed by Liminha, and once more Natiruts managed to place hits among the songs that payed the most in Brazilian radio stations. Hits like Eu e Ela (Me and Her), O Carcar e a Rosa (Southern carcara and the rose), Meu Reggae Roots (My reggae is roots) became a huge success and the album was awarded the Gold Record.In 2001, legendary Tom Capone produced the Verbalize album. The title track, as well as the hit Andei S (I walked alone), made the
  • Start:May 15, 2020
  • End:May 15, 2020
  • Recurring
  • Where:9:30 Club, 815 V St NW, Washington, District of Columbia, United States, 20001
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  • Event Type: Concerts & Music
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