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🎸 Various - Rio Baile Funk: Favela Booty Beats Album

🎸 Various - Rio Baile Funk: Favela Booty Beats Album
  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Rio Baile Funk: Favela Booty Beats
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Cat #: AY CD 03
  • Label: Essay Recordings
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2004
  • Style: Electro, Latin, Ghetto
  • FLAC size 2070 mb
  • MP3 size: 1769 mb
  • Record From CD, Compilation, Promo, Cardboard Sleeve


1O CorrascosPiqué Ta
2Dennis DJFuração 2000 Mengão 2000 Pt. 1
3Unknown ArtistIntro
4Jack E ChocolatePavaroty
5MC Naldinho & MC BethTapinha
6Bonde Do TigrãoO Baile Todo
7SD BoysPlaneta Dominado
8PatyCavalo De Pau
9MC MascoteBate La Palme De Mao
10MC GaloToma Juizo
11Os TchutchucosChapa Quente
12Dennis DJ + MC CaboTire A Camisa
13De FallaPopozuda Rock'n'Roll
14WaguinhoAcademia De Furação I
15Cidinho & DocaCidade De Deus
16Dennis DJJonathan II
17MC SerghinoPocotocopo
18Ricardo e EsquisitoMulher Coca Cola
19Dennis DJCerol Na Mao


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AY CD 03Various Rio Baile Funk: Favela Booty Beats ‎(CD, Comp, Dig)Essay RecordingsAY CD 03Germany2004
AY CD 03Various Rio Baile Funk - Favela Booty Beats ‎(CD, Comp, RP)Essay RecordingsAY CD 03Germany2005


  • Compiled ByDaniel Haaksman



The influences are contemporary, with programmed drum beats and hip-hop reigning, yet taken one song at a time, it doesn't sound very compelling on a strictly dancefloor level. According to Andy Cumming's excellent liner notes, it is the Brazilian equivalent to Miami bass music and its derivatives, like the favored sound of the favela masses, dance music that became popular because a whole lotta street-level youth liked it. Ay 04. When released, Rio Baile Funk Favela Booty Beats was the first compilation to introduce the mad beats from Rios hillside slums, the favelas, to a global audience. Baile Funk took the world by storm and the compilation received wide critical acclaim. Fifteen years later, the compilation is widely considered as the major international reference and compilation of baile funk featuring the biggest tunes of the genre from the early 00s. Today, the genre is still in full bloom and has diversified in various sub-genres such as funk ostentação, proibidão, rasterinha amongst others. strangely disconcerting quality: Listening to Rio Baile Funk: More Favela Booty Beats, you can hear snatches of a potential future emerging from the sedimented pop-culture muck of the past. The first of Essay Recordings' Rio Baile Funk compilations portrayed funk as uncomplicated, pop-focused party music, similar to dancehall and soca at their most friendly. Simple electro beats gave way to brief flares of sampled Afro-Brazilian percussion, MCs chanted earworm vocal hooks, and melodies were ripped shamelessly from the annals of popular music. Two years on, the music's fundamental ing. Compilation of awesome Brazilian baile funk music brought together by Daniel Haaksman, founder of Man Recordings. I do not own any of the music in cursory listen to Rio Baile Funk: Favela Booty Beats might give you the impression that Rio de Janeiro is one big, happy ass-humping utopia, which it is, for a first-class Third World clusterfuck. Carnival is Mardi Gras-St. Patty's-Freaknik-Spring Break-Fuck Your Town Up After the Big Victory-madness. How about a mopey one Yeah, me neither. But if you read about the conditions in Rio's favelas- Gestapo-y police tactics, unchecked drug trafficking, pre-teen death squads, and a mind-boggling homicide rate among people age 15-24- poppin' that booty suddenly becomes a Thriller dance for the woefully begotten. The first ever compilation of pure Rio Baile Funk published outside of Brazil, Haaksman has selected the finest funk tunes of recent years. Amongst them are hits like MC Serghinos 'Pocotopocoto', Bonde Do Tiagros 'O Baile Todo' or MCs Naldinho & Beths 'Tapinha'. Songs that were so big, they were sung in Rio's soccer arenas. This is a really great album with many different sounding songs. I can't even begin to rate the tracks individually because they're all very good in their own ways. I find myself putting this on repeat all the time because it's just that good If you listen to this and DON'T like it just give it a few more listens and it will probably grow on you. Listen free to Various Artists Rio Baile Funk - Favela Booty Beats. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Warning . Funk carioca , also known as favela funk and, in other parts in the world, baile funk, is a hip hop style from Rio de Janeiro, derived from Miami bass and gangsta rap music. Baile funk, in Brazil, refers not to the music, but to the actual parties or discotheques in which the music is played Portuguese pronunciation: , from baile, meaning dance . Although originated in Rio, funk carioca has become increasingly popular among working classes in other parts of. Listen to all tracks of Rio Baile Funk: More Favela Booty Beats for free. Tracks In This Album. Vascão 2000 - Dennis DJ. Rap De Caxias - MC MDY. Cabelo Voa - Mr. Catra, MC G3, Mancha DJ. Japonesa - Os Magrinhos, House Funk Produções Artísticas Ltda. Berimbau - DJ Sandrinho. Jiu Jitsu Montagem - Isaac DJ. Artist: Various Artists Title: Rio Baile Funk: More Favela Booty Beats Year Of Release: 2006 Label: Essay Recordings Genre: Favela Funk, Electronic, Latin, Bass Music Quality: 320 kbps, FLAC tracks . cue,log Total Time: 51:18 Total Size: 117 mb, 317 mb WebSite: Album Preview. When jungle announced I bring you the future, the music's knowing quality rendering in advance all critical pronouncements slightly redundant

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