by Clinton Cassady, June 2nd, 2022.
The easiest answer to that question is that he has been writing since childhood and singing since adolescence. Born on July 14th, 1993, (Bastille Day), he is also known as Prince of Rock. He is famous for writing a lot and singing and playing all the instruments in his songs.
Considering his background, as a kid that attended a very-known Jesuit private school in his city, Curitiba, learnt to read at the age of five and got his degree in law at the Pontifical Catholic University, with emphasis in environmental law and international law, the artist can be justifiably long winded about subjects he writes.
For an example, Mr. Oliveira wrote an article published at the most traditional and important legal magazine of Brazil, Review of the Courts, edition of September, number 1031, from Thomson Reuters.
In his article, called “Dam safety coefficient; critical analysis of the measurement method, risks of disruption and their legal and socio-environmental impacts”, which was also an acclaimed graduation thesis, the writer states that Dams, in general, started to represent, in the Brazilian scenario, constructions that are directly linked to a high risk potential in face of increasing possibilities of rupture and that the harmful consequences are irreversible not only for the structures but also for the environment as it can affect the flora and fauna, and, take to the loss of human lives.
Considering that the singer is at his beginning, Oliveira’s catalogue, so far, is pretty much complex and mesmerizing. Wild Horizon (concept album) and many singles are proof of that. The narratives and statements evoked are current and necessary, stuff that rock music needs nowadays.