The charming Cibelle inherits the mantle of the great Brazilian songstresses like Rita Lee, Gal Costa, and Marisa Monte and updates their legacy with her embrace of modern electronica. Of course, this ground's been trod before - just think new Bossa Nova songstress Bebel Gilberto. But Cibelle is a bit less coy than Gilberto - and a bit more playful. She got her start singing on Yugoslavian producer Suba's seminal electro-Brazilian release Sao Paolo Confessions. That performance proved that Cibelle's voice could carry an album, and a solo career was not long following. Her 2003 self-titled debut was delightful: a drowsy, sensual affair shot through with quirky electronics and her trademark buttery vocals.