Chico César’s Album is Politicized With Messages to Doria, Crivella and Bolsonaro

The Brazilian singer, composer, and songwriter says: "Agents of our time want to put an end to dancing, kissing, and poetry. So, the more we dance, kiss and make poetry, the more subversive we will be. If we merely stroll through dance, kissing, and poetry, it's a sign that they've won."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In his ninth album, released last week, Paraíba's Chico César, 55 years old, features suggestive options to address the darkness. "Pedrada" and "Eu Quero Quebrar" are some of the new songs.

The main uprising proposed by the musician, however, and which gives the album its title, comes from a much more peaceful path that permeates his 25-year career: affection.

"O Amor É um Ato Revolucionário" (Love Is a Revolutionary Act) intends to rebel through art. "The agents of our time want to put an end to dancing, kissing and poetry. So, the . . .

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