Latin rap


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Latin rap

Rap music performed by Latino musicians either in English or Spanish.
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Reggaeton is a musical style combining Jamaican dancehall with Latin rap and salsa.
Today, the tropical-flavored Latin rap of reggaeton is blaring inescapably from radio, TV, taco shacks, nightclubs and Hummers.
Livin' On The Street only serves to illustrate that Fun Lovin' Criminals are still at the same address as when they first championed the cool Latin rap groove.
It discusses the early history of the Latin music industry in New York City of the 1960s, the heyday of Fania records and the careers of Fania stars such as Willie Colon, the gradual emergence of salsaromantica, and recent musical competition for the salsa industry in the form of merengue and Latin rap.
B-Real's (Louis Freese) exaggeratedly high-pitched nasal vocals formed a vital part of hip-hop group Cypress Hill's trademark sound - along with DJ Muggs' distinctive beats - led to the trio becoming the first Latin rap group to have Platinum and Multi-Platinum albums.
The album produced the international hit song Mentirosa, making Mellow Man the first Spanish-language rapper on the scene, as well as the first Latin rap artist to reach gold and platinum sales in the U.
She is among the notables - including veteran rapper Big Daddy Kane and JuJu of the Latin rap outfit Beatnuts - who appear on the record.
Hot on the international music charts, Daddy Yankee is a Latin Billboard and Latin Grammy Award-winning artist whose music combines Reggae, Latin Rap and Hip Hop.
The Latin rap act 3-2 Get Funky have a slamming salsa cut, Sin Ti, on their new CD Cosa Nuestra.
LOS ANGELES -- Following a successful series of Latin Rap Conferences in the past few years, this highly anticipated event arrives in the City of Angels in September for the 5th installment.
LOS ANGELES -- Following a successful series of Latin Rap Conferences in the past few years, this high anticipated event arrives in the City of Angeles this year.
From the Bronx to Washington Heights, the series will cover the streets of New York City featuring Latin rap and hip hop genres documenting the lives of young, up-and-coming musicians in search of a record deal.