Tono (pictured above) kicks off the second week of our profile of Brazilian music. Camila Mesquita de Macedo/Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Just in time for Rosh Hashanah, Afro-Semitic Experience's "Adoshem, Adoshem, Part I" is a prayerful song that heads in unexpected directions. /Hubert Williams hide caption

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Father and son Pedro Soler and Gasper Claus. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Fortaleza, Brazil outfit Sacassaia are featured on this week's edition of Alt.Latino. Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Omara "Bombino" Moctar, a Tuareg of Saharan Africa, is originally from Niger. Rob Wyman hide caption

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Lucas Santtana's new album is Sem Nostalgia. Pedro Cupertino/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Luisa Maita, featured on our two-part Brazilian music special. Joao Wainer/courtesy of the artist hide caption

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