The following list includes some of the most famous Brazilian songs ever recorded in history. This selection of tracks was produced by a group of artists responsible for shaping the sounds of Brazilian music. If you want to get a feeling for this wonderful music, these singles will lead you in the right direction. This song is probably the most prominent hit from the album with the same name. This track is a point of reference for anyone with an interest in knowing more about the sounds that shaped the Brazilian Popular Music MPB movement and, in particular, the Tropicalia phenomenon that changed Brazilian music in the s. This song is one of the most beautiful Brazilian love songs ever written. The melody is delicate and harmonious and the lyrics are honest, moving and heartbreaking. This track may be the best song Roberto Carlos has ever produced. In addition to this, "Detalhes" played an important role in the making of modern Brazilian Pop music. Back in , there was an album that started the whole Bossa Nova movement.
Welcome to a short introduction to Brazilian music. Put on your headphones, let's dive in! Here is my fav funk song which reminds me of those funk parties and how the Brazil cohort was showing their new skills at RET. Do you like shaking your booty to reggaeton? Let me introduce you to the next level — the Brazilian funk. I apologize to you all regarding the lyrics… though, gotta give funk the prize for clever beats and rhythms. Sou Praiero — Tim Brown. Do I need to say more? Eu sou do litoral.
Backstory: The two musicians were sitting at a bar near Ipanema Beach in Rio, when they saw the most beautiful woman walk by and wrote this song down on a bar napkin. The rest my friends is blissful history. Also, It became the most second re-recorded song in all of history after "Yesterday" by The Beatles. Backstory: The phrase "mas que nada" is slang for "no way" or "whatever. Why It's Great: It's a world favorite which cannot be resisted. The Black Eyed Peas even recorded a version in for the movie Rio. It was a period that embraced a more avant-garde type of music, blending both traditional and foreign influences.