Tuesday_Love Presents: DJ SUJINHO & KASSIANO's I Love BaileFunk Mix
10H56 TUESDAY, 20 MARCH 2012
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Tuesday_Love Presents: DJ SUJINHO & KASSIANO's I Love BaileFunk Mix | !!DOWNLOAD!!

This is a power mix - How Funk Carioca is Deejayed is that a dj would use a drum machine and programed lyrix from other songs and during their set they would loop the drums and change rhythms then mix and match. Usually when the lyrix are added is to insight a sing along-feeling as most of the songs are famous Favela baile funk songs. /All songs are sung in Portuguese/

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via Wikipedia | BAILE FUNK: Funk carioca (English: Rio Funk), favela funk and, elsewhere in the world, baile funk, is a type of dance music from Rio de Janeiro, derived from Miami bass.

"Baile funk", in Brazil, refers not to the music, but to the actual parties or discothèques in which the music is played. Although originated in Rio, funk carioca has become increasingly popular amongst (mainly) low classes in other parts of Brazil. In the whole country, funk carioca is most often simply known as funk, although it is very different musically from what funk means in most other places.

ORIGINS | Miami Bass: (also known as booty music or booty bass, a term that may also include other genres, such as dirty rap) is a type of hip hop music, that became popular in the 1980s and 1990s. Its roots are directly linked to the electro-funk sound of the early 1980s, pioneered by Afrika Bambataa & The Soulsonic Force and later on by UK-based musician Paul Hardcastle. The use of the Roland TR-808 sustained kick drum, raised dance tempos, and occasional sexually explicit lyrical content differentiate it from other hip hop subgenres. Music author Richie Unterberger has characterized Miami Bass as using rhythms with a "stop start flavor" and "hissy" cymbals with lyrics that "reflected the language of the streets, particularly Miami's black neigborhoods such as Liberty City and Overtown". Miami bass has had a profound impact on the development of Baltimore Club, Southern rap, funk carioca, and other genres.

About Dj SUJINHO: The tequila and cheeseburger fueled asthmatic producer/Dj is one half the NOSSA production Team. Music has always been dominate in Sujinho's life... The son of a West Indian Drummer Sujinho, Born Kienyo Timothy Coleman pretty much Bleeds Big beats


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