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Vou Mandar Pastar

15 mei 2013 15:55

Directed and produced by Otavio Pacheco, Vinícius Calderoni's "Vou Mandar Pastar" ("C'mon, Go Graze!") music video was conceived to fully translate the lyrics of the artist's song into a video that is almost a short movie. The lyrics express the desire to break free from the chains of everyday problems. We see the singer facing a really tough day, dealing of a number of growing problems, until he liberates his "madness" and gets free from his old lifestyle. The chorus "C'mon, Go Graze!" is an adapted translation of a very common brazillian expression used when you want to get rid of someone who has such a dumb cow mentality (or attitude) that it's equivalent to cattle in a grassland. It's a sharp way to say "get off", and it's the most liberating way to say it in Portuguese.

Directed and produced by Otavio Pacheco, Vinícius Calderoni's "Vou Mandar Pastar" ("C'mon, Go Graze!") music video was conceived to fully translate the lyrics of the artist's song into a video that is almost a short movie. The lyrics express the desire to break free from the chains of everyday problems. We see the singer facing a really tough day, dealing of a number of growing problems, until he liberates his "madness" and gets free from his old lifestyle. The chorus "C'mon, Go Graze!" is an adapted translation of a very common brazillian expression used when you want to get rid of someone who has such a dumb cow mentality (or attitude) that it's equivalent to cattle in a grassland. It's a sharp way to say "get off", and it's the most liberating way to say it in Portuguese.