The Cuban reggaeton developed and grew tremendously in popularity in the first decade of the century. During this period the number of reggaeton bands multiply and the public increasingly became more interested in this new genre.
In this section we want you to get to know in detail everything related to the history of Cuban music, from its origins to the most recent artists.
You can not talk about Cuban music without mentioning Enrique Jorrin, the charismatic creator of the chachachá
When we talk about the musical revolution in Cuba after 59, we should always mention the Nueva Trova movement.
Leonardo Torres Álvarez, popularly known as Leoni Torres, was born in Camagüey on November 24, 1977.
Some years ago a new type of music, that for many people cannot be called “music”, has flooded the music market. Reggaeton, is today the preferred genre and is heard by most of young people.
If we talk about the Cuban clave, we talk about Cuba.
Although simple in appearance, to dominate the syncopated rhythm of the Cuban clave is an art that can be learned, though it runs in the blood of Cuban naturally.
Aldo Lopez-Gavilan composed for the first time with only four years old.
In 1999 it came to light in France a hip hop album entitled “A lo cubano” in this musical style blended with Cuban music, was the origin of Orishas. At that time there were four different voices that brought a unique twist. Four young Cubans: Roldan, Hiram (Ruzzo),...
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