Emicida Says, in Interview, “The Sun Will Come Later”

On Saturday 7th March, before a show in Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, The Rio Times spoke to Paulisto MC Emicida about his long-awaited album 'Amarelo', its relation to the times we are living in.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Diverging from the current trend of “anti-establishment” Brazilian rap music spitting angry rhymes against the system (as he knows how to do), in his new album Amarelo, Emicida takes a more philosophical stance; with measured responses, offering a warm hug to his fans.

“I wanted to create a message to share with the whole world….we need to look for human connections” he tells The Rio Times. He uses the universal symbols of love, connection and tolerance - all represented by the colour yellow - as a fight against depression and suicide to pave a new path . . .

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