Brazilian music is extremely popular in Israel. People know how to sing it, learn portuguese to understand and even think sometimes that the hebrew versions are the original ones. For almost all Brazilians, this is completely unknown, for Israelis, the story of the Brazilian music revolution on the 60s to 80s was never fully told. For the first time, musicians, radio hosts or simply Israelis who love this music explain why and how those songs are part of the popular culture of a country so unique and far away. We also show that there are lots of bands still spreading the Brazilian music and creating more and more, and this way they're making the second wave of Brazilian music revolution in Israel.