Anime Funk Edits

pattycakes_

Can turn naughty
I just listened to every one and they all use the exact same rythmn. its a rule like the clave is to latin music

It's Brazilian funk music, the sound of the streets of Brazil. That's their go-to rhythm. A bit like what the reggaeton beat is to the rest of urban C. & S. America. Amazing genre. Started off as a cop of Miami Bass in the early 90s but then they started to Brazilify the rhythm. These days they really lean into the stripped down minimal thing to the point where some absolutely massive tracks with 10s of millions of plays on yt sound like some abstract electronica you'd have the wire or some on here fapping over but it's being made by kids in favelas on a cracked copy of fruity loops. There's loads of styles though.
 

horny man y panty man

Well-known member
Anime is Real and its filmed in Brazil. When u watch Anime Funk Edits u are watching the actual day to day lives of
ordinary Brazilians, as set to an emotional and dramatic Brazilian Funk Sound Track.

It is the Future of Music Art and if you are having a difficult time comprehending this new style of advanced expression,
my recommendation is for u to experience more Anime Funk Edits:

 

linebaugh

Well-known member
It's Brazilian funk music, the sound of the streets of Brazil. That's their go-to rhythm. A bit like what the reggaeton beat is to the rest of urban C. & S. America. Amazing genre. Started off as a cop of Miami Bass in the early 90s but then they started to Brazilify the rhythm. These days they really lean into the stripped down minimal thing to the point where some absolutely massive tracks with 10s of millions of plays on yt sound like some abstract electronica you'd have the wire or some on here fapping over but it's being made by kids in favelas on a cracked copy of fruity loops. There's loads of styles though.
That explains why so many of them have Spanish titles
 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
It's Brazilian funk music, the sound of the streets of Brazil. That's their go-to rhythm. A bit like what the reggaeton beat is to the rest of urban C. & S. America. Amazing genre. Started off as a cop of Miami Bass in the early 90s but then they started to Brazilify the rhythm. These days they really lean into the stripped down minimal thing to the point where some absolutely massive tracks with 10s of millions of plays on yt sound like some abstract electronica you'd have the wire or some on here fapping over but it's being made by kids in favelas on a cracked copy of fruity loops. There's loads of styles though.
so is it the same as baile funk?
 
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