Michel Telo Na Balada: A Live Album of Brazilian Hits
Michel Telo is a Brazilian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who rose to fame as the former frontman of Grupo Tradicao, a sertanejo band. In 2011, he released his second solo live album, Michel Na Balada, which features his international smash hit \"Ai Se Eu Te Pego\", a catchy song that became a viral sensation on YouTube and social media.
Michel Na Balada was recorded during Telo's concerts in Brazil and Argentina, and showcases his energetic and charismatic performance style. The album includes 15 tracks, ranging from sertanejo (a Brazilian country music genre) to forro (a dance music genre from Northeast Brazil) to pop. Some of the songs are covers of popular Brazilian tunes, such as \"Humilde Residencia\" by Bruno e Marrone, \"Bara Bara\" by Cristiano Araujo, and \"Fugidinha\" by Exaltasamba. Others are original compositions by Telo or his collaborators, such as \"Coincidencia\" and \"Desce do Muro\".
The album was a commercial success in Brazil and abroad, reaching the top of the charts in several countries, such as Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, and Switzerland. It also received positive reviews from critics, who praised Telo's versatility and charisma as a performer. The album was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Sertanejo Album in 2012.
If you are looking for a torrent download of Michel Na Balada, you can find it on RARBG[^1^], a popular torrent site that offers high-quality music files. You can also stream the album on Spotify[^4^] or buy it on Discogs[^2^], where you can find more information about Telo's discography.
Michel Telo's breakthrough came in 2011, when he released his single \"Ai Se Eu Te Pego\", a cover of a song by Cangaia de Jegue. The song became a viral phenomenon on YouTube, with over one billion views, and was popularized by several football players who celebrated their goals by dancing to it. The song topped the charts in more than 20 countries, including Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, Israel, and Mexico. It also reached the top ten in several other countries, such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and South Korea. The song was nominated for two Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2012: Song of the Year and Digital Song of the Year.
Following the success of \"Ai Se Eu Te Pego\", Telo released his third solo studio album Sunset in 2013. The album featured collaborations with Pitbull (\"Love Song\"), Sorriso Maroto (\"Ã NÃis Faze ParapapÃ\"), and Paula Fernandes (\"Se Tudo Fosse FÃcil\"). The album also included the singles \"BarÃ BerÃª\", \"Humilde ResidÃªncia\", \"Ã Mara\", and \"Love Song\". The album was certified platinum in Brazil and gold in Portugal.
In 2014, Telo participated in the Brazilian version of The Voice as a coach. He mentored the winner of the third season, Danilo Reis e Rafael. He also released his fourth studio album Bem Sertanejo in 2014. The album was a tribute to the sertanejo genre and featured duets with various artists from the genre, such as Bruno e Marrone (\"Dormi na PraÃa\"), ChitÃozinho e XororÃ (\"EvidÃªncias\"), ZezÃ Di Camargo e Luciano (\"Dois CoraÃÃµes e Uma HistÃria\"), and Leonardo (\"Temporal de Amor\"). The album was certified gold in Brazil.
In 2015, Telo released his fifth studio album Baile do TelÃ. The album featured a more dance-oriented sound and included the singles \"TÃ Quente\", \"Levemente Alterado\", \"CoraÃÃo Cansou\", and \"Implorando Pra Trair\". The album was certified gold in Brazil.
In 2016, Telo released his sixth studio album Bem Sertanejo - O Show. The album was a live recording of his concert at EstÃdio Nacional ManÃ Garrincha in BrasÃlia. The album featured guest appearances by Jorge e Mateus (\"Coisa de Deus\"), Maiara e Maraisa (\"ModÃo DuÃdo\"), MarÃlia MendonÃa (\"Por TrÃs da Maquiagem\"), and Gusttavo Lima (\"Eu Vou Te Buscar\"). The album was certified platinum in Brazil.
In 2017, Telo released his seventh studio album Bem Sertanejo - (Os Anos 2000). The album was a continuation of his tribute to the sertanejo genre and featured songs from the 2000s decade. The album included the singles \"Por TrÃs da Maquiagem\", \"ModÃo DuÃdo\", \"Coisa de Deus\", and \"Contrato\".
In 2018, Telo released his eighth studio album Churrasco do TelÃ Vol. 2. The album was a collection of sertanejo songs that he liked to listen to at barbecues. The album included the singles \"Por TrÃs da Maquiagem (AcÃºstico)\", \"O Mar Parou\", \"Casal ModÃo\", and \"Quem Falou Mentiu\".
In 2019, Telo released his ninth studio album Bem Sertanejo - (Os ClÃssicos). The album was a tribute to the classic sertanejo songs that influenced him as an artist. The album featured duets with Roberta Miranda (\"Majestade o SabiÃ\"), Eduardo Costa (\"Pra Mudar Minha Vida\"), Gian e Giovani (\"Olha Amor\"), Bruno e Marrone (\"Vida Vazia\"), and Leonardo (\"Pense em Mim\").
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