MC Primo

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MC Primo
Birth nameJadielson da Silva Almeida
Also known asMC Primo
Born(1984-06-11)June 11, 1984
São Vicente
DiedApril 19, 2012(2012-04-19) (aged 27)
São Vicente
Occupation(s)singer, composer
Years active2005–2012
LabelsSom Livre(2005-2012)
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Jadielson da Silva Almeida (June 11, 1984 — April 19, 2012),[1] better known by his stage name MC Primo, was a Brazilian singer. His songs touched themes about someone who has been involved in crimes such as robbery, robbery and kidnapping, the most notable songs with this content are: "Diretoria" (2005), "Espada no Dragão" (2011), "Máquina de Fazer Dinheiro" (2012).[2][3] [4]

Music career[edit]

2005; 2009-2012: Early career[edit]

Jadielson was born in São Vicente, São Paulo, Brazil on June 11, 1984 and lived with a poor childhood.[2] He started working early, at age 12.[2] He always dreamed of being a singer and adopted as his stage name his childhood nickname, Primo.[2] He started his career at age 18 with the hit Diretoria (2005), he released his first 20-year album, where he sold more than 120,000 copies.[2]And it remained in the stops of success and like recognition of all his work was invited and was present in several television programs between them "Cauldron of the Huck", "Central of the Periphery" in the Globe Network and "Show of Tom" by RecordTV.[1] He also has repertoire in his lyrics that criticize the police and speak of themselves of the police violence and the life of the crime.

In 2008, he was candidate to councilman by the Party of the Social Democracy (PSDB) in São Vicente, his native city. MC Primo got 530 votes, but he was not elected.[2]



  • "Vêm Ver"
  • "Máquina de Fazer Dinheiro"
  • "Anjos"
  • "Pense no Que Você vai Falar"
  • "Controle Remoto"
  • "Batalhas"
  • "Coração Partido"
  • "Longe de Mim"
  • "Sangue do Teu Sangue"
  • "A Caminhada"
  • "Desde de Pivete"
  • "Diretoria" (2005)
  • "Cria do Morro"
  • "Blindão"
  • "Amor Materno"
  • "Bonde da Fé"
  • "Ancanjo"
  • "Polêmico"
  • "Atitude"

Collaborative Albums[edit]

  • Bem Funk Brasil (2004)
  • Funk Hit's (2005)
  • Big2007 (2007) (with DJ Marlboro)
  • Funk Brasil (2008)


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Relembre a história de funkeiros assassinados". Archived from the original on 2015-03-01.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 "Mc Primo (45369/PSDB) - Políticos do Brasil - UOL Notícias". Archived from the original on 2015-04-02.
  3. "G1 - Baixada Santista contabiliza 5 MCs executados nos últimos três anos - notícias em Música em Santos e Região". Música em Santos e Região. Archived from the original on 2015-04-02.
  4. "Mc Primo – Morte aos 28 anos - Funk na Caixa". Funk na Caixa. Archived from the original on 2015-04-02.

External links[edit]

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