So now it should be all about Bebel. Her self-titled followup proudly trumpets her name: She has written nine of the album's twelve songs, and it has an almost pure and straightforward bossa nova feeling that emphasizes her sweet, warm voice. She sings in a relaxed musical setting that is more organic than electronic, although producer Marius de Vries (Madonna, Björk) does add some spice here and there. Her collaboration with the talented Carlinhos Brown on the percussive and subtle "Aganjú" is one of the highlights. She also continues to pay tribute to her Brazilian legacy, performing a Caetano Veloso cover ("Baby"). But it doesn't matter whether Bebel's songs are set in sunny Rio de Janeiro or rainy London ("Simplesmente," "Cada Beijo," "River Song"). Either way, she makes everything seem attractive.