Basically i think you should listen to Jaloo. He's been rising in the Brazilian indie/electronica scene, counts Björk as an early influence, and is frankly the reason i started to learn a little Portuguese? #1, 2015 is honestly somewhere in my top 25 albums.
Bai Bai -- Jaloo (no album, 2013) this is a "technobrega"* cover of Miley Cyrus's wrecking ball, translated into Portuguese. An early, informal release, filmed in Praça Roosevelt, a LGBTQ district in São Paulo.
Linda, with Strobo as Os Amantes (s/t, 2021) From the new release. Filmed in the band's home state of Para.
Downtown -- Jaloo (Insight EP, 2014) This one's got lyrics in English and a beat that takes you away. Honestly had kind of forgotten about it until making this list. I'm telling you it's a good back catalogue :)
Chuva -- Jaloo (#1, 2015)
Chega -- DUDA BEAT & Mateus Carrilho & Jaloo (2019) A great collaboration, hard to sit still for.
Dói d+ -- Jaloo ft Nave (ft. (part.1), 2019) A heart break song: "Dói d+" means it hurts a lot.
A Cidade -- Jaloo (Gorky Remix) A remix-able king, too.
Esquadros -- Jaloo (cover of the song by Adriana Calcanhotto, 2019) This was a quarantine song for me -- about life in boxes (esquadros), about watching the world.
Bye -- Os Amantes (s/t, 2021)
A more rock sound, a solid punch. Thanks for watching! Bye!
* a low fi electronica genre in Brazil
a bonus link to another queer Brazilian artist for scrolling all the way down. This is São Yantó, the song title means Milk: "i am not water, to drink when you are thirsty, i'd prefer to be a cup of milk..." It, too, slaps.