The first track I heard was Pra Nós, and it hooked me because it came up on the background and dominated my emotion. It showed just how bass heavy he was willing to get while still keeping a short distance to the increasingly popular Trap. The rest of his music is similar, the evoked emotion comes from the limits he sets.
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Today's track is shown a little later on in the album, and it shows much more vocals than his norm. This one's just a little easier to get into if beats aren't usually your thing, but if you can appreciate the production value here you'll probably find the album's to your liking. Just give it a minute or so to kick in.
The rest of the album is similar in that it sets well placed limits, strong bass lines, and subtle Brazilian influences. The reason it holds up as an entire release is because the inspiration roams. There's even one Aaliyah based track that I found myself really getting into.
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So he's not asking for much, but he knows his efforts are worth something. He's standardizing his own developed style into a signature, and producing just enough to keep the fans happy. If you're as new as I am to the Sango swing, you might want to check out the very first Da Rocinha too. That one's offered as free with the option to donate. Be nice, show love.