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Culture Trip stands with Black Lives Matter. Brazilian funk, although played throughout the country, originates from Rio de Janeiro. Every playlist is crying out for a Brazilian funk song or two. Here are 15 to get you started. Born and raised in the notorious favela Cidade de Deus, their music became famous for promoting peace within the unstable community at a time where funk parties were often controlled by gangs and fights were common. This song—about a girl who captivates her audience on the dance floor at baile funk parties—became the unofficial song of the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. MC G15 was launched into stardom with this hugely popular song that entered the funk music scene just before New Year in The song caused controversy for its strong sexual lyrics and was met with criticism for objectifying women. MC Don Juan is another funk artist known for his controversial lyrics. Dennis, MC Nandinho, and Nego Bam are older than many other popular funk musicians, and they claim their songs are different because they are respectful to women.
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Larissa de Macedo Machado born March 30, , [1] known professionally by her stage name Anitta , is a Brazilian singer, songwriter, television host, actress, dancer, business woman and entrepreneur. Due to the success of the song "Meiga e Abusada" in , she signed a contract with Warner Music Brasil the following year. Anitta rose to national fame in after releasing the single " Show das Poderosas ", which reached the top of the Brasil Hot Airplay chart.
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The music of Brazil encompasses various regional musical styles influenced by African, European and Amerindian forms. Instrumental music is also largely practiced in Brazil, with styles ranging from classical to popular and jazz influenced forms. Little is known of the music of Brazil before the area's first encounter with Portuguese explorers on 22 April During the colonial period, documents detail the musical activities of the major Roman Catholic cathedrals and the parlors of the upper classes, but data about musical life outside these domains are sparse. Further registration of musical activity in Brazil came from the activities of two Jesuit priests in Some of the reports of that time show the fascination of the indigenous people for European music. In the 18th century, there was intense musical activity in all the more developed regions of Brazil, with their moderately stable institutional and educational structures. The previously few private orchestras became more common and the churches presented a great variety of music. In the second part of the 18th century, there was a great flourishing in Minas Gerais , mostly in the regions of Vila Rica currently Ouro Preto , Mariana and Arraial do Tejuco currently Diamantina , where the mining of gold and diamonds for the Portuguese metropolis attracted a sizable population. At this time, the first outstanding Brazilian composers were revealed, most of them mulattoes.

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Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. On December 18th, the Brazilian singer Anitta set a record that went unnoticed in most of the English-speaking world. In just 12 hours, her brassy baile funk single "Vai Malandra" became the first Brazilian song ever to debut on Spotify's Viral Global 50 chart. Soon there will be more: Baile funk, which Brazilians just call funk, is the latest strain of Latin American popular music zipping towards global ubiquity. The majority of those artists sang or rapped in Spanish, but the same factors that helped them reach a global audience -- notably the increasingly heavy use of streaming services across Latin America -- have also impacted Portuguese-speaking Brazil, which ranked third globally in total YouTube watch time, according to Jimenez, and is the biggest country in Latin America by a hefty margin. At the same time as Latin America has flexed its streaming muscles, regional rap sub-genres from around the world -- afrotrap from Paris, Latin trap centered in Puerto Rico, SoundCloud rap storming out of Florida -- have built dedicated fanbases through streaming. These two trends collide in the elevation of baile funk. This music was once closely related to Miami bass, a high velocity, low-end-heavy strand of electro-rap. Baile funk thrived in Rio de Janeiro, and gradually the Miami bass signifiers in the music receded as they were intertwined and chopped up with samples from local music, especially Brazilian drum sounds, and rapping in Portuguese.

Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. On December 18th, the Brazilian singer Anitta set a record that went unnoticed in most of the English-speaking world. In just 12 hours, her brassy baile funk single "Vai Malandra" became the first Brazilian song ever to debut on Spotify's Viral Global 50 chart.

Soon there will be more: Baile funk, which Brazilians just call funk, is the latest strain of Latin American popular music zipping towards global ubiquity.

The majority of those artists sang or rapped in Spanish, but the same factors that helped them reach a global audience -- notably the increasingly heavy use of streaming services across Latin America -- have also impacted Portuguese-speaking Brazil, which ranked third globally in total YouTube watch time, according to Jimenez, and is the biggest country in Latin America by a hefty margin.

At the same time as Latin America has flexed its streaming muscles, regional rap sub-genres from around the world -- afrotrap from Paris, Latin trap centered in Puerto Rico, SoundCloud rap storming out of Florida -- have built dedicated fanbases through streaming. These two trends collide in the elevation of baile funk. This music was once closely related to Miami bass, a high velocity, low-end-heavy strand of electro-rap. Baile funk thrived in Rio de Janeiro, and gradually the Miami bass signifiers in the music receded as they were intertwined and chopped up with samples from local music, especially Brazilian drum sounds, and rapping in Portuguese.

In the popular funk hits of the moment, there is usually just one melodic riff -- a squiggly trill on horn, synth or guitar -- joined with a light, highly syncopated drum pattern scooting at around beats per minute.

The simplicity can become so extreme that funk MCs often rap parts of their songs a capella, letting their tongue-twisting rhyme patterns serve as both rhythm and melody. YouTube channels play a crucial role in the dissemination of funk.

Canal Kondzilla, established by Konrad Dantas , who directs many of the videos he posts, is one of the top 25 most-subscribed-to YouTube channels on the planet, with over 25 million subscribers roughly as many as Ed Sheeran. Another popular funk channel, GR6 Explode, also sports more than 10 million subscribers. Like many viral American hip-hop singles, funk hits gain additional momentum through popular dance videos. That's more than all but the biggest American artists. Perhaps that's why English-speaking acts are starting to take advantage of funk's streaming potential.

Tropkillaz, the production duo who helped craft "Vai Malandra," have songs in the works with Aloe Blacc and Major Lazer. This is the way music from other countries enters the U. YouTube's Jimenez has seen this pattern before. This article originally appeared in the Jan. Search term.

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