Custe o que custar
(At all costs)
'Custe o que custar' ('At all costs') was written by Elisete in her native language - Portuguese - about a woman seeking the man of her dreams - steadily, everywhere and at all costs.
The song was originally written in collaboration with producer Ran Shani as a one minute piece for 'Haboua' (The Bubble) – the Israeli film by Eytan Fox and Gal Uchovsky – for the scene where Lulu dances in the kitchen with friends.
Over the years Elisete received many requests from her audience to release the full length song and now for her new album she has expanded the song to a radio version and also created 4 remix versions in collaboration with producers of electronic music and DJ's.
The radio version was made by music producer Raz Burg who also took part in recording songs from Elisete's third acoustic album - 'My Colors'. Remix versions were created by Yoav Asif - musician and producer, Kobi Shaltiel - DJ and producer of electronic music and Avi Levin - head producer of the album - 'My Colors'.
Israeli- Brazilian singer Elisete performs around the world with her original songs at festivals and various events while acting as a dual cultural ambassador representing both Israel and Brazil.
Elisete's Multi-nationality, the six languages she speaks and the excellent chemistry she has with her audience enables her to build a bridge to the hearts of audiences that are not naturally associated with Israel.
In Israel Elisete performs with her variety of ensembles at various events and concerts.
Elisete released 4 albums so far: 3 acoustic - 'Luar e Cafe', 'Longing' and 'My Colors' and a remix album - 'Elisete - remixes'. The albums are distributed worldwide.
In the electronic music field Elisete is recently identified especially with the song 'Milion Stars' created in collaboration with the ensemble Epiphony and Offer Nissim.
Elisete is working on her new album that is in the last recording stages and will be released soon.