Move Over Samba, Emicida is Turning Rap Into Brazil?s Top Musical Export

Brazil's Emicida is taking rap from the favelas to the national stage.
3:48 | 07/17/13

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Transcript for Move Over Samba, Emicida is Turning Rap Into Brazil?s Top Musical Export
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