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Lucas Lucco and Pabllo Vittar Get Sensual In The “Paraíso” Music Video

Lucas Lucco and Pabllo Vittar soak up the Bahia sun in the “Paraíso” music video.

Lucas Lucco and Pabllo Vittar soak up the Bahia sun in the “Paraíso” music video.

The Grammys aired the same day as Brazilian singer Lucas Lucco and Brazilian pop star Pabllo Vittar’s new music video for “Paraíso” debuted. To be quite honest, I would have preferred to watch this on loop for three-and-a-half hours instead of the awards ceremony (it was exhausting), but now that the social and political dust has settled, it’s time to let music be an escape again.

Lucco and Vittar do just that in their new visual. They run from a hi-tech dystopian reality to a beach, where they caress and love on one another; it’s quite arousing.

The video received more than 8 million views in just one day.

Naturally, Lucco, who’s heterosexual, received a barrage of hate from the Internet for choosing to film something intimate with Vittar, a barrier breaking drag queen. He explained the importance of the collaboration could hopefully help neutralize hatred towards the LGBT community and inspire children struggling with their sexual identity to feel safe.

This is exactly the kind of initiative the world needs right now, and it doesn’t hurt he’s extremely easy on the eyes. As for Vittar’s part, she slays every iconic lewk. A match made in Paraíso!

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4 replies on “Lucas Lucco and Pabllo Vittar Get Sensual In The “Paraíso” Music Video”

Of course this video doesn’t represent “more than 200 million Brazilians”, what are you talking about! I’m sure that wasn’t the intention either. Just enjoy it for what it is… IF you like watching hot and almost completely naked bodies on the beach, that is.
As for the song, I think it wasn’t rushed as production goes, that’s for sure, so I wouldn’t say it’s “garbage.”
PS: ANY RECOMMENDATIONS? Give us some tips as to what Brazilian artists to follow 🙂

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