Meet Mayara Lima, Tuiuti’s drum princess who went viral on the web

Princess of the drums of Paraíso do Tuiuti, Mayara Lima went viral on social media last weekend, with a video showing a lot of samba in the foot in the warm-up for the samba school parades in Rio de Janeiro – which will be in April.

The synchronicity of the samba singer from the Grupo Especial do Carnaval carioca impressed fans of the revelry and reached more than four million views on Twitter, in addition to attracting attention and winning praise from celebrities — such as actress Regina Casé, singers Pocah, Rebecca, Maria, among others — for her rhythm of millions….

Born in Cidade de Deus, a neighborhood in the west of Rio, Mayara Lima is 24 years old, is married to Renan Marins, vice president of Unidos de São Cristovão and director of a shed at Paraíso do Tuiuti, and mother of Arthur, 3 years old.

She will make her debut as the princess of the drums of Paraíso do Tuiuti, but she is already a familiar face at Rio’s Carnival. She has paraded for the association of São Cristóvão, North Zone of Rio since 2011-where she has already held the positions of dancer and muse.

Off the court, Mayara earns a living as a samba teacher. On her social networks, she has already shared with her followers that she even traveled to countries like France, Sweden and Finland to give samba lessons to the gringos.

The video that went viral on social media was recorded last Wednesday (16), during a drum rehearsal at Paraíso do Tuiuti, in Marquês de Sapucaí, and shared by the dance teacher herself on social media. With the great repercussion of the video, the samba singer saw her profile on Instagram jump from 60,000 to 364,000 followers.


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