Brô MC’s e os agenciamentos discursivos transculturais Guarani-Kaiowá

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“Good morning good aft ernoon ndo je’ei ko ape avape “ is the opening part of Bro MC’s’ rap Koangagua/ In the present day formed by young Guarani-Kaiowá, from the villages Jaguapiru and Bororó, in the neighborhoods of Dourados-MS. Such a lyric immediately questi ons the fact that indigenous people are not even greeted by the non-nati ve populati on in their daily coexistence. In this context, this study will focus on the minor discursive formati ons (Deleuze and Guatt ari, 1975), on the dispositi on of their raps that enable these young people and their communiti es to treat in a dialecti cal way the social, politi cal and cultural devices that make them strange to the eyes of the establishment, as well as enable them to produce negoti ati on strategies for the deconstructi on of fronti ers that prevent them from heterogeneous mobiliti es that enable pragmati c inserti on in local, regional, nati onal and global spati aliti es; (BAUMAN, 1995, 2013) and issues of mobiliti es, borders and otherness (BAUMAN, 1995, 2013).



Brô MC’s, Rap, Guarani-Kaiowá, Transculturas, Mobilidade, Rap music, Transcultures, Mobility


SANTANA, Jorge Alves; TRINDADE, Israel Elias. Brô MC's e os agenciamentos discursivos transculturais Guarani-Kaiowá. Humanidades e Inovação, Palmas, v. 4, n. 3, p. 221-234, 2017. Disponível em: Acesso em: 22 fev. 2023.