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Old 01-10-2009, 07:24 AM
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My guess is that the music marketed to the world is not necessarily the music enjoyed by the people. Rap may not be my first choice of music, but I do respect socially conscious or poetic rap artists' ability to convey the social situations, concerns, hopes, and dreams of the people. Being a poet and a budding singer-songwriter, I would really love to know if there are any Brazilian "neo-soul" artists or singer-songwriters who share their life experiences in Brazil through music, song, and spoken word fused with music and song. Fernanda Abreu, for instance. ("Eu Quero Sol")

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Old 11-01-2009, 08:33 PM
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Default Don't Get Twitsed y Todo Amor do Mundo

The Brazilian a cappella used in this music video was posted on ccmixter.org in 2009 by Cdala.

YouTube - Don't get Twisted y Todo Amor
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