About Gusttavo Lima
Brazilian sertanejo star Gusttavo Lima first sang professionally as a child, initially with his brothers in Trio Remelexo, and then in the duo, Gustavo & Alessandro.
∙ Lima’s 2009 self-titled debut album featured his first Brazilian radio hit—the sentimental, acoustic-flavored “Rosas, Versos e Vinhos.”
∙ The 2011 dance tune “Balada,” which made him a star in Brazil, was also a European hit and rose to No. 2 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Songs chart.
∙ He topped the Brazilian charts with the 2013 single “Diz Pra Mim,” his version of P!nk’s Grammy-nominated ballad “Just Give Me a Reason.”
∙ On a 2013 episode of the Brazilian telenovela Amor à Vida, Lima played himself, fending off a main character’s advances in his dressing room.
∙ His live performance of the upbeat “Cem Mil” was the most-played song on Brazilian radio in 2019.
∙ In 2020, his record-breaking five-hour quarantine concert was streamed millions of times across multiple social media channels.
HOMETOWNPresidente Olegário, Brazil