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January 1, 2020

Cazuza Net Worth

How much is Agenor de Miranda Arajo Neto worth? For this question we spent 14 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $101,5 Million.

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Biography

Agenor de Miranda Ara?jo Neto information Birth date: April 4, 1958, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Death date: July 7, 1990, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Birth place: Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Profession:Soundtrack, Composer, Actor Parents:Jo?o Ara?jo, Lucinha Ara?jo Movies:Subway to the Stars

Height, Weight

:How tall is Cazuza – 1,71m.
How much weight is Cazuza – 83kg

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Agenor Miranda Ara?jo Neto, better known as Cazuza (Portuguese pronunciation: [ka?zuz?], 4 April 1958 – 7 July 1990) was a Brazilian composer and singer, born in Rio de Janeiro. Along with Raul Seixas, Renato Russo and Os Mutantes, Cazuza is considered one of the best exponents of Brazilian rock music. In 9 years of career, he sold more than 5 million albums and achieved 11 number one singles and 18 Top 10 singles in Brazil.
Biography,Early life and influencesSon of the record producer Joao Araujo and the amateur singer Maria Lucia Araujo, Cazuza always had close contact with music. Influenced since early childhood by the strong values of Brazilian music, he had a special preference for the sad, dramatic overtones of Cartola, Lupicinio Rodrigues, Dolores Duran, and Maysa. He began to write lyrics and poems around 1965. In late 1974, a vacation in London, England, acquainted him with the music of Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin and The Rolling Stones, and he soon became a great fan. Cazuza enrolled in college in 1978, but abandoned the course of journalism three weeks later to work with his father at Som Livre. He moved later to San Francisco, where he came in contact with Beat literature, becoming highly influenced by it.Barao VermelhoIn 1980 he returned to Rio, where he worked with the theatrical group Asdrubal Trouxe o Trombone (Asdrubal Brought the Trombone). There he was noticed by the novice singer/composer Leo Jaime, who introduced him to a beginning rock band that needed a vocalist, the Barao Vermelho. With this very successful eighties Brazilian rock band, who had their greatest success with Bete Balanco, a song that was part of the soundtrack of a film, Cazuza began his career as a singer. In 1985, Cazuza took part in Rock in Rio with Barao Vermelho (Red Baron), and around this time, Caetano Veloso claimed he was the greatest Brazilian poet of his generation. It was also in this same year that Cazuza was infected with the AIDS virus, precipitating his desire to leave the band in order to obtain a greater freedom in composition and expression, both musically and lyrically.Solo careerAfter he left the band, Cazuzas music began to diversify, incorporating elements of the blues in songs such as Blues da Piedade (Blues of Compassion), So as maes sao felizes (Only Mothers Are Happy) and Balada da Esplanada (Ballad of the Esplanade), which was based on a poem of the same name by Oswald de Andrade, showcasing increasingly intimate lyrics, like those in So se for a Dois (Only If It Will Be as a Couple), as well as opening itself up to influences from Brazilian pop music with interpretations of Cartolas O Mundo e um Moinho (The World is a Windmill), Raul Seixass Cavalos Calados (Silent Horses) and Caetano Velosos Esse Cara (This Guy).Contrary to what usually happens once an artist leaves a band that has made them famous, Cazuzas solo career proved to be more successful than that of his former group. Exagerado (Exaggerated), O Tempo nao Para (Time Doesnt Stop), and Ideologia (Ideology) were his greatest hits and proved to be a great influence on subsequent Brazilian musicians.In 1996, Cazuza was featured in the AIDS benefit album Red Hot + Rio produced by the Red Hot Organization, performing the song Preciso Dizer que Te Amo in a duet with Bebel Gilberto.Final yearsIn 1989, he admitted publicly for the first time that he had AIDS and released his last album in life: Burguesia. Cazuza was openly bisexual but was not active in the LGBT movement. However his openness about being a person with AIDS helped to change public perceptions and attitudes about HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.DeathCazuza died in Rio de Janeiro on July 7, 1990 at the age of 32. He was buried at the Cemiterio Sao Joao Batista Botafogo, in Rio de Janeiro. Cazuzas mother set up the Viva Cazuza Society (Sociedade Viva Cazuza), a charity which sponsors AIDS prevention and provides a home for HIV-positive children

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