Tropix

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Tropix
Tropix Cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 25, 2016
Genre Synthpop, MPB, bossa nova
Length47:55
Label Urban Jungle · Slap
Producer Hervé Salters · Pupillo
Céu chronology
Caravana Sereia Bloom
(2012)
Tropix
(2016)

Tropix is the fourth studio album by Brazilian singer-songwriter Céu. It was released March 25, 2016. [1] The album was produced by Pupillo (Nação Zumbi drummer) and French Hervé Salters. [2]

The album won two Latin Grammy Awards at the 17th Latin Grammy Awards for Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album and Best Engineered Album. [3]


Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Perfume do Invisível"Céu5:08
2."Arrastar-te-ei"Céu3:38
3."Amor Pixelado"Céu4:15
4."Varanda Suspensa"Céu · Hervé Salters4:48
5."Pot-Pourri: Etílica / Interlúdio (feat. Tulipa Ruiz)"Céu4:21
6."A Menina e o Monstro"Céu3:21
7."Minhas Bics"Céu3:17
8."Chico Buarque Song"Ricardo Salvagni · Carlos Volpato · Jair Vieira · Thomas Pappon3:30
9."Sangria"Céu · Lira3:42
10."Camadas"Céu · Fernando Almeida3:14
11."A Nave Vai"Jorge dü Peixe4:47
12."Rapsódia Brasilis"Céu3:54

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References

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