Brazilian Singer ‘Daísa Munhoz’ Sings ‘My Heart Will Go On’ (Tribute to Celine Dion)


‘My Heart will Go On’ – A tribute to Celine Dion by Brazilian singer Daísa Munhoz (Vandroya/Soulspell). It is a DEMO version without fix anything (first take of the main vocals). The song is available for streaming below.

Twenty years ago (1997), Céline Dion recorded ‘My Heart Will Go On,’ the epic — and instantly inescapable — love theme from ‘Titanic’ and the standard for cinematic ballads to come.

Céline Dion never wanted to sing ‘My Heart Will Go On.’ Actually, she hated it. “When I recorded it, I didn’t think about a movie; I didn’t think about radio,” she tells Billboard on the phone from her limo en route to her long-running show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. “I thought, ‘Sing the song, then get the heck out of there.’” James Cameron, the director of Titanic, wasn’t exactly a fan, either: He was dead set against ending his epic with a pop song.

But ‘My Heart Will Go On’ didn’t just take off — it became synonymous with Cameron’s blockbuster movie, and a signature for Dion. Written by ­composer James Horner (who died in a 2015 plane crash at age 61) and lyricist Will Jennings, ‘My Heart Will Go On’ debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on Feb. 28, 1998.


Vandroya‘s latest album “Beyond The Human Mind” is released on April 28th. through Inner Wound Recordings in Europe and North America and through Bickee Music in Japan.

Our review of “Beyond The Human Mind” can be found here.

Vandroya is one of the best-kept secrets from Brazil, led by the fantastic vocalist Daísa Munhoz. According to a press release, the band “should be a perfect fit for fans of Kamelot, Symphony X, Angra and Sonata Artica.

Soulspell Metal Opera has released “The Second Big Bang” album in May in Brazil by Hellion Records and the rest of the world through Inner Wound Recordings.

Check out our review of the album.

Video (audio) for ‘My Heart Will Go On’

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