In 2013, Rael released the single “O hip hop é foda“, inspired by the song “A bossa nova é foda” by Caetano Veloso.

The response to Rael’s track was so good that in late 2014 the rapper released a continuation. With the instrumental part more powerful than previously, the chorus of “O hip hop é foda – parte 2” continues to be simply enough to immediately get stuck in your mind.

The song reveres the hip hop culture and its importance in the lives of millions of people in Brazil and around the world. And the presence of such prominent artists of Brazil’s scene as Emicida, Marechal, KL Jay and Fernandinho Beat Box only adds to the track’s intensity.

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