From Latin jazz and mambo to salsa, Tejano, Chicano rock, Latin pop and reggaeton, LATIN MUSIC USA tells the story of the rise of new American music forged from powerful Latin roots and reveals the often overlooked influence of Latin music on jazz, hip hop, rhythm and blues, and rock 'n' roll on all of American culture.Visit Latin Music USA Website
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El mexico americano a formado parte de los EE.UU.
Mexican-Americans have always been part of the USA, and their music tells a unique story.
Mientras que el pop latino conquistaba al mundo, el reggaeton emergio del underground.
In the 1990s, Latin Pop dominated the music world. Now Reggaeton rules the dance floor.
Investiga el nacimiento de Latin Jazz y la explosión del Mambo que recorren los EE.UU.
Starting in the USA with Latin Jazz and Mambo madness, Latin sounds spread to R&B and Rock
El ritmo y estilo de la salsa surgió de los barrios de Nueva York y conquistó al mundo.
Born in the barrios of New York, Salsa's sound and style conquered the Latin music world.
"It was cool that some kid in Tokyo was going to be able to listen to a huapango."
Miami sits at the center of the Latin music explosion.
“Too Cuban for Americans and too American for Cubans,” executives predicted.
"She’s sort of our 21st century Marilyn Monroe... She is beyond singer. She is this icon."
"I sing in Spanish... but I play my guitar in English."
Before "Hamilton", there was "In The Heights".
"Making that record just helped cement my personality back together again."
The Chicano renaissance inspired these young rockers to explore their musical roots.