Genre: brazilian punk rockPlay genre
Brazilian punk rock is a subgenre of punk rock that emerged in Brazil in the 1980s. It is characterized by fast-paced, aggressive music with politically charged lyrics that often criticize social and political issues in Brazil. The genre has a strong DIY ethos and is known for its raw, unpolished sound. Bands often incorporate elements of Brazilian music, such as samba and forró, into their music. The lyrics are typically sung in Portuguese and address topics such as poverty, corruption, and police brutality.