favela funk

mimmim 44 Posts
edited April 2005 in Strut Central
here's a recommendation. thought some of you's gonna dig this..



"Do Morro" translates to "of the hill", and has been ingrained in brazilian slang as reflection of the culture of the segregated favelas that have firmly rooted themselves in the hills of Rio De Janeiro.

This archive is intended to share the hip hop beat produced in the hills of Rio, the favelas of Sao Paolo, and the streets of Salvador - funky do morro: the funk of the hill.

Much of this music was found with independent sellers, and produced in garages, with not much international distribution. Many of the individual artists on the track may remain anonymous to global audiences...


there's some ten albums free to dl.
here are some first picks that i liked:




mc vanessinha is one ill girl:

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