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By Steve Mort
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
22 October 2008

Samba singer Teresa Cristina
Samba singer Teresa Cristina
As America's Hispanic population grows, music from Latin America has surged in popularity in the United States. Musicians - particularly those from Mexico - have struck a cord with US audiences. But artists from Latin America's largest nation, Brazil, say they are finding it much harder to break into the US market than their counterparts from other countries. Steve Mort reports for VOA from Rio de Janeiro.



 

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