Brazilian music is of great richness and diversity, thanks to its triple heritage: American, European (mainly Portuguese) and African. Brazilian music can not be restricted to samba or bossa nova: in Brazil each region has a tradition and a musical culture of its own.

In addition to Heitor Villa-Lobos, many Brazilians are among the great names of twentieth-century music, such as Antônio Carlos Jobim, João Gilberto, Baden Powell, Vinícius de Moraes, and Gilberto Gil, the latter having been appointed Minister of Culture in 2002. The series "THE BRAZILIAN CONNECTION" is a plethora of musical styles that capture the true and vibrant sounds that are heard in different regions of Brazil. Without musical limits, João Do Vale and Vitor La Cruz dig deep to introduce you to a number of artists from all over Brazil, Samba, Bossa Nova, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Electronica and Hip-Hop. This podcast represents a global direction of Brazilian rhythms known as "Now Sound". Brazil is a thriving metropolis of raw energy, emotion, soul and culture that continues to transcend boundaries in music and style, which can sometimes go unnoticed outside of Brazil.

01.Toco - Instalacon Do Samba (Acoustic)
02.Micheline Cardoso - Gema
03.Orlandivo - Onde Anda O Meu Amor
04.Jorge Ben - Rio Babilônia
05.Muv - Samba Da Dona Odete
06.Bebel Gilberto - Aganju (The Latin Project Remix)
07.Brenda - Natureza Viva
08.The Soul Surfers - Girl From Sao Paulo
09.Copa 7 - No Samba
10.Seu Jorge - Pretinha
11.Suba - Tantos Desejos (Nicola Conte Remix)
12.Paulinho Da Viola & Clara Nunes - Coracao Leviano
13.Hugo Fattoruso - La del Cheche
14.Gang Do Tagarella - Rappers Delight
15.Joutro Mundo - Cruisin
16.DJ Mustafa - Por Causa de Voce Menina (Mo`Horizons Restyle)
17.Saravah Soul - Funk E Saravah
18.Ohmega Watts - The Platypus Strut
19.Carlinhos Brown - A Namorada
20.Wilson Simonal - Lobo Bobo

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