Serving the music industry since 2001: 49 charts, 43,891 songs and 17,302 artists in 936,378 chart entries, 125,762 news articles & 33,386 lyrics
 Artist 


Gusttavo Lima
   
Number of songs: 11 | Total weeks on charts: 424
Appearing in a total number of: 36 charts | Total period running: 1403 days
Comment
Biography

Nivaldo Batista Lima (born 3 September 1989), better known by his stage name Gusttavo Lima, is a Brazilian singer of sertaneja. Known in his country with many hits, like "Inventor dos Amores", "Cor de Ouro" and gained international fame and success through the song "Balada". He is often compared to the sertanejo singers Luan Santana and Michel Teló.

Son of Alcino and Sebastiana Lima, although born in Minas Gerais, grew up in Goiânia, Goiás. In 1998 while he was just 9, he joined as soloist in a choir and gained attention through his interpretation of "É o Amor", composed by Zezé di Camargo & Luciano. Gusttavo cited as some of his main inspirations Gino & Geno, Chitãozinho & Xororó, Bruno & Marrone and Zeze di Camargo.

In 2010, he signed with Som Livre label and released Inventor dos Amores, as a CD and DVD, with sales of 15,000 copies. The title track was a collaboration with Jorge & Mateus, reaching #24 in the Brazilian Billboard Brasil charts. Based on this initial success, he released the single "Cor de Ouro" that reached #21 in Brazil.
In 2011, Gusttavo released CD and DVD titled Gusttavo Lima e Você which was recorded live in Patos de Minas, on June 3, 2011 during Fenamilho musical event with estimated audience of 6,000,000 people. The highly popular album reached #7 and was certified platinum. The album produced his definitive hit "Balada" (full title "Balada Boa (Tchê Tcherere Tchê Tchê) based on the famous refrain), which reached #3 in Brazil. The Brazilian football player Neymar played a similar role to that he played in Michel Teló's smash success "Ai se eu te pego!" and appeared in many shows with Gusttavo Lima.

In January 2012, he embarked on a first international tour with shows in US Latin markets in Florida, and later on in Atlanta (Georgia), Newark (New Jersey) and Revere (Massachusetts). Gusttavo released his hit single "Balada" in European markets following the steps of fellow Brazilian singer Michel Teló. He also released another live album in 2012 titled Ao vivo em São Paulo, on October 6, 2012 in Brazil.
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia


Gusttavo Lima in the news
GHS Strings Introduce Pure Nickel Mandolin Strings (24/03/2017) Lipkind Plays Schubert · Tonhalle Zürich · April 8th, 2017 At 7:30PM · Triosatz, Arpeggione, String Quintet · Violino Basso Premiere (20/03/2017)
Vitamin String Quartet Puts A Classical Spin On The Weeknd (08/02/2017) String Quartet, Rosin, Releases Debut Album Now (26/01/2017)
About Vitamin String Quartet (18/01/2017) World-Renowned Manufacturer C.F. Martin & Co. Introduces Titanium Core - The Ultimate Innovation In Acoustic Strings And Celebrates The 20th Anniversary Of SP Core Wire (09/01/2017)
Hunky String Quartet Well strung To Headline New York City Gay Mens Chorus Holiday Show, XMAS & Chill (07/11/2016) Rob Stringer Promoted To Chief Executive Officer Of Sony Music Entertainment (19/10/2016)
Pert Near Sandstone Unleash Onslaught Of Strings On 'Discovery Of Honey' November 4, 2016 (15/09/2016) 'World On A String' Captures Frank Sinatra In Full Splendor On International Stages Throughout His Legendary Career (30/08/2016)
Sweetwater Strings Band Signs With Moonstruck Management (25/08/2016) Multi-Grammy Winning "String Wizard" John McEuen Releases Single "Excitable Boy" From New Solo Album Made In Brooklyn (12/08/2016)
'Ken-The Movie' Stars Ken Stringfellow (The Posies, Big Star, R.E.M.) (11/07/2016) D'Addario Extends New Line Of Premium Nickel Bronze Acoustic Strings - Available Today (07/07/2016)
In Dynamics Reveal 'A String Of Losses' Video + Album Details (30/06/2016)
Songs by Gusttavo Lima
(264|16|254)


Related Songs

Comments






© 2001-2017
top40-charts.com
about | advertise | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.0074739 secs // 5 () queries in 0.060310125350952 secs