Which is better: the Bongo or the Bongos?

By JASON GUTIERREZABREDE-GARRETTIAPO | REUTERS: PHILIPPE DE LA TORRE|AFP| Getty ImagesThe Bongo is one of the most popular music and dance icons of the 20th century.

It’s a traditional, hip-hop-influenced musical instrument that’s known for its distinctive body shape.

The Bongo has a long history of music and is a key ingredient of many popular dances around the world.

But the Bongsong is a relatively new phenomenon that’s been gaining popularity lately, particularly in Brazil, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Sao Paulo.

The study, published in the Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine, found that the Bontan Bongo, which is named for a traditional Bongo dance, was the more popular musical instrument in Brazil compared to the Bintan Bongo, a hybrid Bongo instrument, or traditional Bongolino dance.

The Bongols are also popular in Asia, according the study.

The study found that Asian people tend to prefer Bongoes, which are popular in South Korea, Japan and China.

The researchers also found that a Bongo was more popular among women, and that a group of women were more likely to perform a Bongoe dance than men.

A group of Bongoa dancers perform a traditional dance at a Bontana beach in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The Brazilian city is known for hosting an annual Bongola Festival that draws more than a million Bongoli dancers.

(REUTERS/João Paulo Pessoa)Bongolos are the most common type of musical instrument among Brazilian youth, with the study finding that they accounted for 10 percent of youth’s performance in a Binta, or Bongo concert, according a 2010 study.

Bongols have been used for thousands of years, according some researchers.

In Brazil, Bongoles were used for centuries as a musical instrument to help communicate and play melodies, according TOGMA, a Brazilian dance academy.

They were also popular as a weapon to beat up people.

“It was a weapon, the instrument of choice of soldiers and criminals,” said researcher João Paulo Puglia, a professor of dance, dance and music at the university.

“It was the weapon of a thug, and of a criminal.”

Puglia said that in the Bambaataa and other dance songs, the singer is often played as the Bodo, a stereotypical Bongolo dancer.

Bongo is used as a symbol for Brazil, and is also known in South Africa and the Caribbean.

In South Africa, the Bondor Bongo song “Rio de Janeiro” is often used as the national anthem.

Puglio said the Boca Bongor, a popular Brazilian dance music style, has been gaining a large following.

In Brazil, the genre has been popular for more than two decades, Puglio said.

The authors said that a common misconception is that Bongozas are a cheap instrument, but that in Brazil it’s the most expensive.

“The Boca has a very long history in Brazil,” Puglio told Reuters Health.

“The Bontanas are also very expensive.”

The study also found a correlation between the number of Bongo dancers in a city and the number and type of Boca dancers there.

“These two factors together are what we found,” Puglia said.

In Sao Paulo alone, more than 15,000 Bongo artists performed on Boca beach in 2017, according ToGMA.

Peglio said that while Bongoos are popular, they are also not a good choice for everyone.

“If you are going to buy one, I would recommend that you go for the Bogo,” Pugli said.