What Is Latin Music?

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Latin America has produced a variety of genres combining European folk music, African music and native traditions. Latin American genres shares similar characters that made it a common koine. These genres includes: Tango, Son, Salsa, Samba, Bossanova, Tropicalia, Tejano, and Jazz Latino.
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Latin music is a series of music that blends influences from African, Spanish and indigenous sources. It is popular within the Central and South American regions. It is popular depending on the country e.g. the Tango is Argentina's most famous dance and has become famous all around the world, while Cuba has famous Latin Musical styles such as the Rumba and Salsa.
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