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2016 Rio Olympic Games is coming around the corner. With the release of Rio Olympic Games theme song" Os Deuses do Olimpo Visitam o Rio de Janeiro", more and more attention shifts to the mind-blowing Brazilian songs. If you wanna learn the best Brazilian songs of all time, first thing you should do is to practice your Portuguese, for more than 99% of the population speak Portuguese. So listen to the best Brazilian songs and sing them out in Portuguese.

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Best Brazilian (Portuguese) Songs of All Time

1.Aquarela Do Brasil (Watercolor of Brazil) (1939)

  • English: Brazil
  • Genre: Disco
  • Composer: Ary Barroso
  • Producer: Jacques Morali
  • Language: Portuguese

Overview: This is one of the most famous Brazilian songs written by Ary Barroso in 1930s. As the title shows, it's also a Portuguese song with delightful rhythm. This song is very controversial after its release, partly because of the historical background. But all in all, it pioneers a new genre within samba.

Watercolor of Brazil
Watercolor of Brazil

2. Brasileirinho (1947)

  • English: Little Brazilian
  • Genre: Choro
  • Composer: Waldir Azevedo
  • Producer: Waldir Azevedo
  • Language: Portuguese

Overview: The impression to Brazilian music still remaining on the enthusiastic and uplifting Samba? Well, let me tell you. There is also light music in Brazilian songs, named Choro, which is played with a cavaquinho, looking like a small guitar similar to a Hawaiian ukulele. And this song is this kind of soulful song.


3. Mas que Nada (1963)

  • English: No Way/Whatever
  • Genre: Samba
  • Composer: Jorge Ben
  • Producer: Jorge Ben
  • Language: Brazilian Portuguese

Overview: If you only have limited time to listen to the top 5 Brazilian songs, then Mas que Nada is the must listen one. Voted by the the Brazilian edition of Rolling Stone, it earns the reputation of the 5th greatest Brazilian song. What's more, it has also edged itself into the Latin Grammy Hall of Fame.

Mas Que Nada
Mas Que Nada

4. Garota de Ipanema (1964)

  • English: The Girl from Ipanema
  • Genre: Bossa nova jazz
  • Composer: Antônio Carlos Jobim
  • Portuguese lyrics: Vinicius de Moraes
  • Language: Portuguese

Overview: As the classic Brazilian Bossa nova jazz music, it was definitely a big hit in the mid-1960s at home and abroad. None can stop it to go viral and eventually it wins the music experts' nods, with the gold phonograph trophy from Grammy for Record of the Year in 1965.

Garota de Ipanema
Garota de Ipanema
  • English: The Waters of March
  • Genre: Bossa nova
  • Composer: Antônio Carlos Jobim
  • Producer: Elis Regina
  • Language: Portuguese

Overview: This song "Waters of March" has always been regarded as one of the best Brazilian song from 1970s to today. It mainly talks about the natural environment that creates everything alive on the earth. In 2001, it even captures the No.1 place among the best Brazilian songs, the best, no one of.

Aguas De Marco
Aguas De Marco

6. Bette Davis Eyes (1981)

  • B-side: Miss You Tonight
  • Genre: New wave. soft rock
  • Composer: Donna Weiss
  • Producer: Val Garay
  • Artist: Kim Carnes

Overview: This is one of the top songs in Brazil in 1980s and gains dozens of trophy cups from various music awards, esp. Billboard Hot 100 and Grammy Awards. The Kim Carnes's version in 1981 captures the No.1 place at Billboard Hot 100 for nine weeks and receives the 1982 Grammy Awards for both Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

Bette Davis Eyes
Bette Davis Eyes

7. E O Amor (1991)

  • Genre: Música sertaneja, Country
  • Artist: Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano
  • Album: Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano I (1991)
  • Language: Portuguese

Overview: Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano are brothers and Brazil's most famous country singing duo. This best Brazil song E O Amor comes from their first studio album and aids them to lay a good foundation for their later musical road. Until now, they have already released 18 studio albums and 5 live albums. But I do like their first album to the utmost.

E O Amor
E O Amor

8. Caminhos das Aguas (2005)

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Artist: Maria Rita
  • Album: Segundo
  • Instruments: Voice
  • Language: Portuguese

Overview: Haven't listened to this fair-sounding song of Brazil? Go to YouTube to free download Brazil song Caminhos das Aguas for offline enjoyment and you will love Maria Rita's voice. This is one of the best Brazil songs in the world of Jazz and also gets the nod from Latin Grammy Award, with best Album and song honors.

Caminhos das Aguas
Caminhos das Aguas

9. No Me Compares (2012)

  • Genre: Latin pop
  • Artist: Alejandro Sanz
  • Album: La Música No Se Toca (2012)
  • Writer: Alejandro Sanz
  • Producer: Alejandro Sanz

Overview: Objectively speaking, this is not only one of the top Brazilian songs, but also the best Latin songs in the whole Latin America. Recorded by the Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz, this song quickly spreads over the streets and alleyways. And this hit single was also nominated for Song of the Year and Record of the Year at the 13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.

No Me Compares
No Me Compares

10. Meu Novo Mundo (2013)

  • Genre: Brazilian
  • Artist: Charlie Brown Jr.
  • Album: La Familia 13
  • Lead Vocals: Weeping
  • Language: Portuguese

Overview: The aforementioned best Brazilian songs all come from the single singers while this Brazilian Portuguese song is sung by a boy band called Charlie Brown Jr. who are warmly welcomed in Brazil and even the whole Latin music community. The single was released just days before the band's lead singer (whiner) die. A little bit sad but the recalling of the deceased friend.

Meu Novo Mundo
Meu Novo Mundo

Top Brazilian Party Songs (Latin Anthems)

  • Hot Hot Hot
  • Samba De Janeiro
  • Danza Kuduro
  • Bon Bon
  • Bomba Latina
  • Bamboleo
  • Dancando Lambada
  • Livin' La Vida Loca
  • Saudade
  • Rap Das Armas

Top 10 Brazilian House Songs

  • Sao Salvador (M's Deep Vocal Mix)
  • Sina (Soulful Mix)
  • Vem Pra Sambar
  • Por Causa de Voce Menina
  • Aqui Se Faz Aqui Se Paga
  • Rio De Janeiro
  • Onde Anda Meu Amor
  • Vem Quente Que Eu Estou Fervendo
  • Bom Demais (MJ Cole Remix)
  • Vem Pra Sambar (Kiko Afroterraneo Mix)

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Download Brazilian songs
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