Roberto Carlos is a Brazilian singer and composer, one of the leading representatives of the MPB and artist of a non-English language which has sold more records around the world, with more than 120 million copies sold.
One of the most popular and recognizable icons of Brazilian music in the world, being named in Brazil and the "King of Latin Music."
Born in the state of Espírito Santo, Roberto Carlos was discovered in 1958 by composer and journalist Carlos Imperial. Since the early years of the decade of 1960, when he won in the world of Brazilian pop through music television programs, had successive hits, thanks to his soft, melancholy and romantic. Leader of the 'young guard', a musical movement influenced by the music of The Beatles, Roberto Carlos summed up his state of anxiety in 1965, singing "I want to be warm this winter and everything else goes to hell. " The movement faded away, but Roberto Carlos became the king of Brazilian pop more conventional. From that moment is considered the Elvis Presley of Brazil.