Musical preference changed in the past decade in Brazil -ECAD

Brazilians' musical preferences have changed over the past 10 years, an important period for the music industry, which has also undergone many transformations such as investments in technology and the form of consumption.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This decade marked the rise of sertanejo, a music genre that in 2011 began to gain space and expand with the "universitário" and "forronejo" styles, a blend of "forró" and "sertanejo."

That year, among the seven national preferences, the new "sertanejo" music genre was prominent in the ranking. The data are included in the 3rd edition of the What Brazil listens to report, produced by the Central Office for Collection and Distribution (Ecad) and released yesterday, November 8.

Rankings of the most played songs in the Radio and Show segments in 2011 and 2020 show . . .

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