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“I visited Rio once, and costinha comes across as the classic "carioca".”
“Ms. Gilberto also was joined by her friend and fellow carioca a Rio resident, the rapper Marcelo D2, who matched her smooth, romantic lyrics with his rapid-fire staccato in a combustible finale.”
“If you don't naturally know how to drive with the carioca flow, you're at high risk for an accident.”
“However, if you take some simple precautions you can greatly reduce the odds of being mugged or getting mowed down by a carioca motorist, and feel almost as safe that's a big "almost" as you would in New York or Paris.”
“One carioca friend of mine said, "Whatever they can do wrong, they will.”
“One reason for not including Rio was a desire to avoid the obvious, so I was very pleased with this twitter note from Cecilia Nobre (who IS carioca) – the key expression in brackets at the end (‘and without stereotypes, wow!’)”
“MIDI keybord tic tic tac joão brasil fruta fruit natural stop motion carioca wafer guettotech”
“However, if you take some simple precautions you can greatly reduce the odds of being mugged or getting mowed down by a carioca motorist, and feel almost as safe (that's a big "almost") as you would in New York or Paris.”
“One of M. I.A's producers, Diplo, has started to mix kuduro beats with funk carioca, hip-hop, crunk and grime, while M. I.A herself throws down in Buraka's single "Sound of Kuduro.”
“Following “Galang” and “Sunshowers,” she later released her third single from Arular, the funk carioca-inspired co-composition “Bucky Done Gun” in July 2005.”
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