Juliette calls Luiz Gonzaga’s grandson after a tight skirt with a version not authorized by family members

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Juliette calls Luiz Gonzaga’s grandson after a tight skirt with a version not authorized by family members

Juliette Freire preferred to personally resolve the annoying situation between her and the Gonzaga family. The singer, who recently released “Vem Galopar”, a version of “Pagode Russo”, by Luiz Gonzaga, even stated that she had permission from the composer’s family, but was denied by his grandson.

According to the heir, Daniel Gonzaga, the rights to the song do not belong to the family, but to Universal Music. “Stop saying that the family authorized it, my family and I didn’t authorize anything,” said the musician in a video on his social media. After the repercussion of the video, Juliette got in touch with Daniel and the two reached an understanding.

“The authorizations were exchanged between publishers”, explained Daniel after the conversation with the ex-BBB. “It’s not about Juliette. It’s about a market that chews and swallows us. She didn’t lie at any time and was very good at calling me on the phone and clarifying the issue with me. My respects and my defense to my friend Juliette”, he continued.

“This game is much bigger than us”, said Daniel, 49, who is Gonzaguinha’s son. “She knows this well. Just like me, she is a lover of our culture. Her help is essential.”

Juliette didn’t give much further on the subject: “The exaltation of northeastern culture is one of the most important things in my life”, she summarized.

Universal Music Brasil was approached by F5 to comment on the case, but did not respond at the time of publication.

Source: Folha

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