It is the official day for expressing appreciation to those we love. Through songs many composers and singers have expressed their longing for love, their attraction to the beauty of the loved one, their gratitude for experiencing love in a romantic relationship, and their endless attempts to define such a sentiment which is so vast. Take a look below and if you have any suggestions of other Brazilian love songs, please let me know. In the 80s Brazil was awakening to its own rock music. Rock became mainstream during that decade. The lyrics speak about how meaningless knowledge and so much else seems comparing to the desire of being close to the loved one. The song was composed by the two right after making love and it became a huge hit in the 80s, and a classic of contemporary Brazilian Music. Djavan is one of the best composers from Brazil. He is a master in using metaphors to describe complex sentiments such as love.
Sertanejo – most played Brazilian songs in recent years:
2) Mania de Você – Rita Lee
How to say I love you in Portuguese? The answer is Eu te amo. However, the following list of Brazilian love songs can help you to say even much more than that. Besides the exhilarating beats of Samba and Pagode, Brazilian music has been shaped by some of the most romantic melodies ever written in Latin music. Lulu Santos is one of the most charismatic singers in Brazilian music. This single is an open call to live and love without fears. Definitely, an uplifting song for those who want to love without barriers.
Brazilian Funk – most played Brazilian songs in recent years:
Welcome to a short introduction to Brazilian music. Put on your headphones, let's dive in! Here is my fav funk song which reminds me of those funk parties and how the Brazil cohort was showing their new skills at RET. Do you like shaking your booty to reggaeton?
Culture Trip stands with Black Lives Matter. Nego do Borel is a funk singer that recently adjusted his lyrics to appeal to more mainstream audience. He broke into the international music scene in when he toured in the U. This song is from her award-winning third album, Bang. The song is about a girl and her friends dancing at a typical baile funk party, which usually involves a kind of dance similar to twerking. The song was released in and still is played regularly on the radio and in clubs, bars, and stores. It has already been covered in various different styles and genres, making it one of the most popular songs in Brazil. There has even been an English version by an American duo known as Americano Funk. Criolo is famed for his incredible musical talent, modesty, and strong values towards fighting social injustice. Santana is totally committed to his work—in , he averaged around 25 shows and presentations per month, performing a total of concerts.