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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

Today is final chance to hear October shows.

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Artist Info


Powered by Audioscrobbler™1. Didi Mocó is an artist that became famous this year with a webhit song named "no céu tem pão" (portuguese for "there's bread in heaven"). The song tells the story of a little child, in the arms of his mother, almost starving to death, asked to the mother: "mommy, is there bread in heaven?" and died. Sad storytelling that has touched the heart of many brazilians. The success brought up to him the opportunity to make an interview in the Programa do Jô (the biggest talkshow of the country). There, he talked about his life and, not to praise himself, about how P. Diddy, the american rapper star, was named after him (making clear that the name was Diddy because, if it was the same spelling, Didi, the pronounciation in english would be Daidai).

2. Also a quartet from Columbus, Ohio.
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