History of Latin Pop

Latin Pop is one of the most popular Latin Music genres today. This genre of music can include styles from various Latin American and Caribbean cultures.

Originated from American Pop. Latin pop first reached a global audience in the mid-1960

Latin Pop became most popular in the United States during the 80's and 90's. Latin music is usually associated with countries like Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Argentina

This genre includes music from all the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. 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.

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