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In the whole country, funk carioca is Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass often simply known as funkalthough it is very different musically from what funk means in most other places. Funk carioca was once a direct derivative of SambaAfrobeatMiami bassLatin musictraditional African religious music, CandombleHip-Hop and freestyle another Miami-based genre music from the United States.
The reason why these genres, very localized in the US, became popular and influential in Rio de Janeiro is due to proximity. Miami was a popular plane stop for Rio DJs to buy the latest American records.
Along with the Miami influence came the longtime influence of the slave trade in Colonial Brazil. The Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass beat is found in Afro-Religious music in the African Diaspora and many black Brazilians identify as being part of this religion.
This genre of music was mainly started by those in black communities in Brazil, therefore a boiling pot of influences to derive the trademark. Many similar types of music genres can be found in Caribbean island nations such as; JamaicaCubaDominican RepublicBarbadosHaitiPuerto Ricoamong others. Bounce musicwhich originates from New OrleansLouisianaalso has a similar beat. New Orleans, originally a French territory, was a hub for Atlantic slave trade before it was Rebuilding These Walls - Various - Freedom Is to the United States.
All of these areas with similar music genres retain the influence of American hip hopAfrican Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass and Latin music. During the s, nightclubs in Rio de Janeiro played funk and soul music. Funk carioca was popularized in the s in Rio de Janeiro 's favelasthe city's predominantly Afro-Brazilian slums. From the mids on, it was a mainstream phenomenon in Brazil.
Funk songs discuss topics as varied as poverty, human dignityracial pride of black peoplesexviolenceand social injustice. Social analysts believe that funk carioca is a genuine expression of the severe social issues that burden the poor and black people in Rio. According to DJ Marlboro, the main influence for the emergence of funk carioca was the single " Planet Rock " by Afrika Bambaataa and Soulsonic Forcereleased in Carioca in its early days were mostly loops of electronic drums from Miami bass or freestyle records and the beat Afrobeat tempo, while a few artists composed them with actual drum machines.
Melodies are usually sampled. Older songs typically chopped up freestyle samples for the melody, or had none at all. Modern funk uses a set of samples from various sources, notably horn and accordion stabsas well as the horn intro to the " Rocky " theme.
Funk carioca has always used a small catalog of rhythms Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass samples that almost all songs take from commonly with several in the same song. Funk carioca songs can either be instrumental or include rapping, singing, or something in between the two. Funk Carioca is different from the funk originated in the United States. Starting instyles like bailes da pesada, black soulshaftand funk started to emerge in Rio de Janeiro. As time went on, DJ's started to look for other rhythms of black music, but the original name did not remain.
The term baile funk is used to refer to the parties in which Funk Carioca is played. Funk Carioca first emerged and is played throughout the state of Shine In - The Wideboys - Addicted To Bass 2011 de Janeiro, but not only in the city of Rio, like Rio natives like to believe.
Funk Carioca is mostly appealing to the youth. In the decade ofanthropologist Herman Vianna was the first social scientist to take Funk as an object to study in his Masters thesis, which gave origin to the book O Mundo Funk Cariocawhich translates to The Carioca Funk World During that decade, funk dances lost a bit of popularity due to the emergence of disco musica pop version of soul and funkespecially after the M.I.C.
- Various - A Nightmare In Germany - The Ultimate Collectors Box of the film Saturday Night Fever starring John Travolta and with soundtrack of the band Bee Gees. Funk melody is based on Electro beats but with romantic lyrical focus. Popular funk melody singers are PerllaBabi and Copacabana Beat. Rasteirinha is a slower style of funk carioca that rests around 96BPM and uses atabaques, panderos, and beatboxing.
The content of the genre involves the selling of illegal drugs and the Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass against law enforcement agencies, as well as the glorification and praising of drug cartels, is similar to gangsta rap. Until the yearfunk carioca was only a regional phenomenon. Then the European media began to report its peculiar combination of music, social issues with a strong sexual appeal often pornographic. Infor the first time, funk carioca tracks appeared on a non-Brazilian label.
It contained three old-school funk carioca hits, including Magpie - Will Bernard - Blue Plate Special song " Popozuda Rock n' Roll " by De Falla.
Haaksman continued to produce and distribute many new baile funk records, especially the EP series Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass Mundial"  and " Baile Funk Masters " on his label Man Recordings. Indance clubs from Eastern Europemainly Romania and Bulgariaincreased the popularity of funk carioca due to the strong sexual appeal of the music and dance, also known as Bonde das Popozudas.
Many funk carioca artists started to do shows abroad at that time. The funk carioca production was until then limited to playing in the ghettos and the Brazilian pop market. He would go on to travel in over 10 European countries.
Their radio show was entirely dedicated to funk carioca and worked as a platform for the duo to produce and organize a series of film programs as well as interviews and gigs involving funk carioca artists from Rio. The artist M.
He also produced documentary Favela on Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass which was released Rodeo Drive (High Steppin) - The Crusaders - Street Life July and documents the role, culture, and character of funk carioca in Rio's favelas.
Other indie video-documentaries have been made in Europe, especially in Germany and Sweden. These generally focused on the social issues in the favelas. One of the most famous of these series of documentaries is Mr Catra the faithful  by Danish filmmaker Andreas Rosforth Johnsenbroadcast by many European open and cable television channels. London-based artist Sandra D'Angelo was the first Italian singer-producer to bring funk carioca to Italy. She performed her baile funk productions for the contest Edison Change the Music in English indie pop band Everything Everything claim the drum patterns used on their Top 40 single Cough Cough were inspired by those used on Major Lazer 's Pon de Floora funk carioca song.
In Brazil, funk carioca lyrics are often criticized due to their violent and sexually explicit lyrics, as well as misogynistic content. The degradation of women as objects for sex is a recurring theme in funk carioca. Girls are called "cachorras" bitches and "popozudas" - large asses, and many songs revolve around casual and degrading sex practices with them.
The extreme banalization of sex and the incitement of promiscuity is viewed as a negative aspect of the funk carioca culture. Besides the moral considerations, in favelas, where sanitary conditions are poor and sex education low, this might lead to public health and social issues. In such communities, definitive contraceptive methods are hardly available and Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass to lack of education and awareness, Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass planning is close to nonexistent.
The glamorization of criminality in the favelas is also frequently viewed as another negative consequence of funk carioca. Its themes include praising the murders of rival gang members and cops, intimidating opposers, claiming power over the favelas, robbery, drug use and the illicit life of drug dealers in general. Authorities view some of these lyrics as "recruiting" people to organized crime and inciting violence, and playing some of these songs are thus considered a crime.
Due to the lack of regulation and the locations where they usually take place, " bailes funk " are also very crime prone environments. They are popular hot spots for drug trade and consumption, dealers display power frequenting the parties heavily Boogie Woogie Wonder Boy - Nightcats - Tune In The Blues,  and even murder rates are high.
More popular funk carioca artists usually compose two different sets of similar lyrics for their songs: one gentler, more "appropriate" version, and another with a harsher, cruder set of lyrics not unlike the concept of "clean" and "explicit" versions of songs.
The first version is the one broadcast by local radio stations; the second is played in dance halls, parties, and in public by sound cars. This is usually denounced in the Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bass and the hope for a better life California Promises - Jimmy Buffett - Boats Beaches Bars & Ballads (Box Set) carried through many of their messages.
It has been rumored that most of the funk projects in favelas are also financially backed by drug lords, so many song lyrics deal with challenging the police together with a subversive nature to the law currently established in Brazil. Defenders of funk carioca argue that the genre is an authentic expression of the culture of Afro-Brazilian Carioca - DJ PP - Real Bassand the lyrics of a sexual nature reflect the sexual freedom found in Brazilian society. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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