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    You likely know Seu Jorge as Knockout Ned from the film City of God, or as the crewmember who sang Portuguese language Bowie covers in Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic. In addition to film, this talented Brazilian singer-songwriter has made a memorable contribution to modern samba funk. His debut solo album, released in Brazil as Samba Esporte Fino (2001) and elsewhere as Carolina (2003), is his most well known. Influenced by popular Brazilian artists of the ’60s and ’70s like Gilberto Gil, Milton Nascimento, and Jorge Ben Jor, it was produced in collaboration with the Beastie Boys’ producer Mario Caldato, Jr. Jorge followed this with 2005’s critically acclaimed Cru, the 2007 limited Brazilian release América Brasil, and his 2010 Brazilian soul collaboration Seu Jorge & Almaz.
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