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Fernando & Sorocaba are a sertanejo duo from Brazil. Fernando is Fernando Zorzanello Bonifácio and Sorocaba is the stage name of Fernando Fakri de Assis. Fernando began singing when he was living in Cuiabá-MT, where he moved at the age of 15, and Sorocaba began when he was on the faculty of agronomy, in Londrina. He earned that nickname because he has been raised in the city of Sorocaba, São Paulo.
João Lucas & Marcelo is a sertanejo style Brazilian singing duo formed in 2010. João Lucas is a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. Marcelo is main vocalist, and a songwriter who has written songs for Vitor e Léo, Luan Santana, Fernando e Sorocaba and others. They are most famous for their hit "Eu Quero Tchu, Eu Quero Tcha". The song's choreography was re-enacted by Brazilian football player Neymar celebrating his hundredth career goal. The song reached Top 10 of Brasil Hot 100 Airplay.
João Neto & Frederico are a pair of country music singers formed by Brazilian Joao Neto Nunes Goiás and Frederick Augustus Silva Nunes. Coming from the country music university, they released their first album in 2004, Se Não Foi por Amor. The song was part of the double detonated the soundtrack to the novel Paradise, Rede Globo.