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Latin pop (Pop Latino, in Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese;
Transcript of Latin pop (Pop Latino, in Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese;
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Latin pop music is usually sung in Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian or other Romance languages, although English and other languages are not uncommon.
Latin pop is originated from American pop. One could say that american pop is latin pop’s big brother. Once American pop was created Latin pop soon followed. American pop soon began to be produced in partly spanish hence the birth of Latin Pop.
Characteristics of Latino pop
Latin American music is wide and has a number of different characteristics. This genre includes music from all the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. Spanish and music from Portugal have very strong ties to this music as well. The music that falls under this genre is unified mainly by language, with various different styles originating from the many countries and cultures that make up Latin America and the Caribbean.
Latin pop (Pop Latino, in Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese; Pop Latine in French) generally refers to pop music that has what may be perceived a Latin influence
BY Tyshon Brewer
Latin Pop became the most popular form of Latin music in the United States during the '80s and '90s, even achieving massive crossover success among non-Latino listeners during the late '90s. While not restricted to America by any means, Latin pop was profoundly affected by production techniques and other styles of music -- both Latin and otherwise -- that originated primarily in the United States.
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Most Latin pop music is heavily influenced by American pop and, therefore, uses many of the same instrument. The voice is typically most prominent, but other instruments include guitar, bass, drums and keyboard. The keyboard will sometimes play sampled instruments such as strings or horns in addition to piano. Cymbals, percussion instruments, and electric synthesizers are all instruments that are used in Latin pop. Latin pop is influenced to a great degree by Western pop. Voices are usually prominent in this genre of music.
Latin pop music generally refers to pop music with Latin American influence. It has become well-known form of music in the USA during the ’80s and ’90s and still keeps its influence everywhere. In other words, the influence of Latin pop is not really restricted just to Americans; it has attracted the interest of production techniques as well as other styles of music.
Latin music is the result of a complex social and historical process that took place in the Americas after the arrival of Columbus. Despite the traumatic experience, Latin music is one of the positive outcomes that came from that process. The following is a brief introduction to Latin music history that takes a look at the cultural mix and social environment that ended up producing one of the best music genres in the entire world.
A torero is a bullfighter and the main performer in bullfighting, practised in Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Peru, France and various other countries influenced by Spanish culture. In Spanish, the word torero describes any of the performers who actively participate in the bullfight.
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Top 10 Latin Pop Artists
The best in today's emerging Latin pop artists. Mixing in rhythms such as salsa, samba, merengue, flamenco, tango, reggaeton, and reggae. The evolving landscape of Latin music now. Featuring artists such as: Shakira, Nelly Furtado, Alejandro Fernandez, Aventura
Anybody in search of future stars of the Latin pop world should watch Tuesday's announcement of nominations in the fourth Annual Latin Grammy Awards. The Latin Recording Academy will reveal this year's nominees in 41 categories, selected from 3,500 entries from 15 countries, including the U.S and Canada.