Jagas is back with their fresh brand of French Pop with latest, ‘Ma Brésilienne’. The band is known for their jubilant presence and uplifting spreads, celebrating life and culture with their music. While their style dominantly falls within a spectrum of chanson/rock, they accessorize with ballad pop, native instrumentation, and neo-classicals.

This latest track whose title translates to ‘My Brazilian’ is inspired by and dedicated to the wife of one of the members who is a Brazilian. Not only is it a love song but it also proclaims an adoration of Brazil, a second home that the artist found through his wife. The track combines the friendly charisma of the accordion with Latin influences and rhythms. So, both the sonic atmosphere and the lyrical poetry is dedicated to enrich the theme.

iTunes Artwork for 'Ma Brésilienne - Single (by Jagas)'

Soft accordion pulses are accentuated by orchestral violins and soaring vocals. Interludes of blues guitar cast a beautiful spell that is reminiscent of Carlos Santana. The anthemic baritones pull all these elements and textures together to showcase the union of two countries, cultures, and two hearts. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Ma Brésilienne’ by Jagas here –