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Thu June 12, 2014
Latin Roots: Music Of The World Cup
Originally published on Thu June 26, 2014 3:53 pm
The World Cup begins Thursday in Brazil amid controversy concerning FIFA (soccer's governing body) and Brazil's preparations for the month-long event. The music of the World Cup has also been contentious, and on this episode of Latin Roots from World Cafe, Billboard's Judy Cantor-Navas explains the difference between the official "theme song" and the official "anthem."
We'll hear both pieces of music and discuss how the largely Portuguese-speaking Brazilian population feels about official music that's not in its language.
For even more music from the World Cup, listen to the Spotify playlist curated by Cantor-Navas.