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Disc 1
01
Espião Cada Um, Cada Um
04 :59
02
Ogi & Stereodubs Talarico
03 :01
03 04 :18
04
Amabis (feat. Criolo) Para Mulatu
03 :06
05
DJ Mako Blu
02 :35
06
Elo Da Corrente Pedaão De Nada
02 :40
07
Rodrigo Brandão Atoanagaroa
04 :14
08
Tetine Burning Land
04 :30
09
Response Pirituba M. B. Williams
04 :37
10
M. Takara 3 Rei Da Cocada
04 :59
11 04 :11
12
Rincón Sapiência Elegância
04 :43
13
Karol Conká Corre, Corre Erê
02 :57
14
Doncesão Obrigahh
02 :39
15
Psilosamples Meteorango Kid
05 :21
16 05 :58
Disc 2
01
Rodrigo Campos Sou De Salvador
02 :57
02
Iconili Mulato
03 :16
03
Bixiga 70 Balboa Da Silva
04 :17
04
Afrobombas Do Sal & Sol Eu Sou
04 :38
05
Metá Metá Orunmilá
04 :03
06
Iara Rennó Conversa
04 :02
07
Anelis Assumpção Not Falling
03 :56
08 03 :58
09
Abayomy Afrobeat Orquestra Malunguinho
07 :37
10
Lucas Santtana Músico
03 :32
11
BNegão & Seletores De Frequência Bass Do Tambô
03 :58
12
Soraia Drummond Sorriso Forte Na Luta
03 :18
13
Baiana System Terapia
04 :20
14
Afroelectro Cala Boca Menino
04 :17
15
Sambanzo Etiopia
06 :37
16
Os Ritmistas Abeuê
05 :31
ARTIST
TITLE
Daora: Underground Sounds of Urban Brasil - Hip-Hop, Beats, Afro & Dub
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
MAIS 016CD MAIS 016CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
7/9/2013

Daora is a 2CD collection of the freshest hip-hop, leftfield beats, Afro-beat, and dub-influenced sounds from Brazil. Compiled by respected São Paulo beat-head Rodrigo Brandao -- who has collaborated with members of The Roots, Afro-beat master Tony Allen, producer Prince Paul (De La Soul), and artists from the Ninja Tune and Big Dada stables -- it features 32 tracks that represent the musicians, MCs, and beat-heads making some of the most thrilling urban music in "the alternative lanes of Brazil's third world megalopolis." Rodrigo explains: "Blending both the foundations of boom-bap and Brazilian rhythmic and melodic heritage, Daora (São Paulo street-slang for something that's 'f*cking cool') is an introduction to the most cutting-edge beat culture plus percussive-oriented music coming out of Brazil today." Rodrigo Brandao is one of the Brazilian beats movement's most respected generals whose career has been pegged to the scene he loves. An in-demand producer, collaborator and MC, he's been crowned the official MC of the Zulu Nation, Brazil by none other than the father of hip-hop, Afrika Bambaataa. He rose to fame in Brazil as one-half of acclaimed Brazilian hip-hop pioneers Mamelo Sound System and, alongside Mike Ladd and Scotty Hard, recently featured on Ropeadope's acclaimed Brazilian-US collaboration Ekundayo. He has brought international acts like De La Soul, Mos Def, and Talib Kweli to São Paulo and Brandao's mission is to discover and join the dots between Brazilian music and its American and African families.