DJ SAMIRA KARDASHIAN KIAROSTAMI KUROSAWA – SUPERLATIVE PLAYLIST SPECIAL BRAZIL

UUuuääähhh was wissen wir eigentlich schon von Brasilien?
Jaaaaa toll, die Fußballweltmeisterschaft war da letztes Jahr, aber sorry, Fußball ist mal so gaaaar nicht unser Ding. Da dürfen andere mitfiebern, unsere Interessen liegen definitiv woanders.

Well, in Brasilien stehen wohl alle auf ganz doll sexy Körper.
Erschießt uns jetzt nicht, wenn es nicht stimmt, aber Brasilien liegt was Schönheits-Operationen angeht angeblich auf Platz 2. Schlimmer sind wie immer nur die Amis, aber das die einen an der Klatsche haben ist ja nix Neues.
Abgesehen davon ist Brasilien aber auch ein Land, das gerade einen unglaublichen wirtschaftlichen Aufschwung erfährt und musikalisch geht da ja schon seit Jahren so einiges.

Da sich die Superlative-Emanzen-Transgender-Queer-Expertin Caren Miesenberger gerade in Brasilien befindet und netterweise Lust und Zeit hat, für uns zu schreiben, gibt es exklusiv für euch 1A-Informationen was eigentlich so wirklich musikalisch abgeht in Tanga-Paradise.

Felipe Fernandes aka Samira Kardashian Kiarostami Kurosawa aka der junge Mann da oben auf dem Bild, ist seines Zeichens DJ und hat für uns mal die angesagtesten Artists und ihre größten Hits zusammengestellt. Plus – immer schön – ein wenig Background-Info´s rausgehauen.

Yeah, das gefällt uns außerordentlich gut, genauso wie Felipe Fernandes Mixtape „The Kardashian Massacre I“ auf seiner Mixcloud Seite.

THE KARDASHIAN MASSACRE I by Felipe Fernandes on Mixcloud

 

So, jetzt aber genug gesabbelt, es wird Zeit für das:

Superlative Playlist Special Brasil

Karol Conka – Tombei


Karol Conka has been one of the most important female rappers in Brazil. Her flow is sickening and Tombei, her most recent work collaborating with Tropkillaz, is meant to be one of the biggest hits of 2015.

 

Flora Matos – Pretin


Coming from the same generation of Karol, Flora Matos is also one of the most promising names in brazilian rap scene today. She’s a badass urban diva from São Paulo and you can check her out in the music video of Pretin, one of her biggest hits.

 

Pearls Negras – Pensando em Você


From Rio de Janeiro to the world, this teenage rap trio is an upcoming sensation which is already taking the world. Pearls Negras just went on their first european tour and they’re more than ready to hit bigger stages. When asked about the male dominance in the music industry, they just answer „we don’t give a damn. We just go out there, we show them we can rap and we slay them“.

 

Gang do Eletro – Velocidade do Eletro


As Gang do Eletro members said, listening to their songs can cause involuntary moves with your legs, arms, shoulder, neck and hips. Coming from the North of Brazil in Belém do Pará, Gang do Eletro took tecnobrega from being a local culture to an international sensation level.

 

Banda Uó – Gringo


Mixing tecnobrega with pop culture, Banda Uó started their career making portuguese versions of famous pop songs in tecnobrega beat.Their version of Whip My Hair by Willow Smith led them to a successful career inside and outside of Brazil. Gringo, a collaboration with Diplo, is one of the recent works of the band that consists of one transgender woman and two gay guys.

 

Deize Tigrona feat. Jaloo – Prostituto


What happens if we put one of the biggest funk divas and the rising star of tecnobrega together in the same song? Prostituto is the result of a collaboration between Deize Tigrona and Jaloo. Deize is famous for being one of the first outspoken women in funk culture. She is very sexually open and she quickly became a reference for girls who speak their minds. After many years of success leading her to collab with M.I.A., she returned in 2012 with this amazing single featuring Jaloo. Prostituto is not any different from her past lyrics. I tend to say this song is the brazilian version for Khia’s My Neck, My Back.

 

Mc Xuxú – Bonde das Travesti


Speaking of funk divas, I couldn’t forget about Mc Xuxú. Claiming to be inspired by Beyoncé, this young transgender artist is all about diversity, equal rights and standing out for her identity. We should definately keep our eyes opened cause Mc Xuxú is set to make her own mark.

 

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