Unlike compilations that just sample three or four ?ber-famous Brazilian artists, BB4 encompasses a wider range of Brazilian music. Paz E “Arroz,” for example, takes samba’s hip-shaking feel and puts it into pop; Brazilian musical stalwart Jorge Ben originally recorded the song in the ’70s. The Sonia Rosa/Yuji Ohno version of “Casa Forte,” often recorded and usually horn-driven, strips the songs down and ups the jazz percussion. Star DJ Marky shows up, too, working with XRS to remix an excellent Ive Mendes song. And there are still traditional touches, like the two songs about the dance/martial art capoeira.