|Memeu marks Esperanar’s debut, second Olindense album (Photo: YTALLO BARRETO / DIVULGAO)|
Pernambuco artist Gangga Barreto released a lyric video of the single on her YouTube channel Memeu. Between the comings and goings of the fisherman who gives the track its name, the song narrates the character’s moment of intimacy with the sea and his guardian African deity: Iemanjá. With touches of ijexá, the production is by Jadson Bacteria (formerly Mundo Livre S / A), who co-signs the arrangements with the artist. Memeu marks the debut of Hope, Olindense’s second album that will be released track by track throughout the year. In the new project, Gangga promises to deliver all the versatility of his career in dance compositions and a lot of Pernambuco.
Thus, the fisherman paves the way in a song that brings together elements enshrined in the collective imagination and leads the viewer to an interaction with nature and its sacredness. They are the flowers delivered to the queen of the sea, while the waters take away the hurt that hovered in the chest, victim of the pain of a lost love. The release features a lyric video signed by visual artist Matheus Xavier. Strongly iconographic, the clip shows an authentic Latin American audiovisual production. These are photographs of digitally cut fishermen, sculptures, tiles, flowers and many other symbols of fishing and Olinda.
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