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Lorena Simpson


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Born in Manaus, Brazil, dancer since the age of 11, Lorena Simpson left his home town in order to improve the art of dance. He participated in many festivals and dance companies throughout the country, to achieve one of the vacancies as a member of Kelly’s dancers at the beginning of his career, subsequently becoming a choreographer.

Even focused on his career as a dancer, Lorena always showed talent and potential to the corner, until he began singing informally among friends, making small stakes and backing vocals.

In 2008 he met the producers of MaxPop Music, Jam and Mr. Ian Donnelly, who believed in his potential and signed a partnership with the label recording the unprecedented single “Feel Da Funk,” where the girl realizes its potential.

In live performances, Lorena shows versatility as an artist, with international hits in their repertoire, where cansagrou in collaboration with DJ Philip War.

In February 2009, marked a new hit musical history of the singer, was released throughout Brazil “Brand New Day.” The song topped the success of its predecessor and became the most played single on every track in 2009. The agenda was taken up by the singer’s concerts and projects with Maxpop Music, performances with Philip War and show reference to the singer turned solo was played by the biggest and best clubs in Brazil.

Was in Mexico, where the music still appears in the Top 5 for the most radio-targeted electronic music, one year after its release, thus beginning his international career.


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