Karen Souza

Karen Souza

Karen Souza (born January 10, 1984) is an Argentinian jazz and bossa nova singer, songwriter, and producer.
Souza began her career by providing vocals for producers of electronic music. Under pseudonyms she sang versions of hits songs from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, such as "Creep" by Radiohead and "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" by Culture Club.Her version of "Creep" was used in the film The Zero Theorem (2013). In 2010, she performed at Blue Note Tokyo and signed a contract with JVC Victor in Japan. She has toured in Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, China, Korea, Spain, and Italy.

Albums:
Essentials (Music Brokers, 2011)
Hotel Souza (Music Brokers, 2012)
Essentials II (Music Brokers, 2014)
Velvet Vault (Music Brokers, 2017)
Language of Love (Victor, 2020)

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Karen Souza Essential II= coloured vinyl =

KAREN SOUZA - Essential II= coloured vinyl =

1xLP coloured vinyl 33rpm
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( 2017 ) 2019 EU reissue on coloured vinyl LP-Essentials II’ sums up Karen Souza’s career as a Jazz singer. Enjoy fantastic recreations of Pop classics , It is clear that Karen Souza is poised to be recognized as the great new voice of Jazz today. Followi

Karen Souza Essential = coloured vinyl =

KAREN SOUZA - Essential = coloured vinyl =

1xLP coloured vinyl 33rpm
-- In Stock --

2016 EU reissue on coloured vinyl LP-Essentials’ sums up Karen Souza’s career as a Jazz singer. Enjoy fantastic recreations of Pop classics such as ’Every Breath You Take’ (The Police), ’Do You Really Want To Hurt Me’ (Culture Club), ’Creep’ (Radiohead) a