Sabrina Malheiros is a singer and songwriter from Brazil whose music falls firmly in the MPB tradition while reflecting an active engagement with house, contemporary jazz, and 21st century samba. Her style is credited with pioneering the global nu-bossa scene. Her cool, nocturnal style has drawn apt comparisons to other club-friendly artists including Ceu and Bebel Gilberto.
Malheiros is the daughter of Azymuth bassist Alex Malheiros. Born in 1979 and raised in Rio de Janeiro, she was enrolled in music school at the age of six and made her first recorded studio appearance a year later. At 11 she sang lead vocals on the title track of Azymuth's Curumim. (Perhaps it's no surprise that she cites her father's band and bossa legend João Gilberto as primary influences.)
In 2001 she sang lead on "Porto Do Sol" on the United Future Organization's album V. In 2004, Malheiros singed to Far Out...