Best known for his hits Mi Gente and I Like It, the Colombian reggaeton star made his debut in 2014 with his single 6AM.

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Few in the Latin music industry thought audiences wanted to hear a woman sing reggaeton, the dance-friendly genre dominating the airwaves with a multicultural combination of hip-hop, reggae, and. February is considered as a Reggae Month in the Caribbean.

Reggaeton's predecessor originated in Panama as Reggae en Espa&241;ol.

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At the same time, rival MCs go to war, and lyrical battles sometimes spill out into real-world violence. . Let's see some amazing facts and trivia about him 1.

Historically there has been an invisible line that has segregated Jamaican music and other Latin.

Its sound derives from the Reggae en. Shes primarily described as a reggaeton and Latin trap artist. It was widely perceived as a voice of the oppressed.

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Few in the Latin music industry thought audiences wanted to hear a woman sing reggaeton, the dance-friendly genre dominating the airwaves with a multicultural combination of hip-hop, reggae, and.

. 1 July has been designated as the International Reggae Day, which is a 24 hours celebration for reggae culture and music.

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Roots of Reggaeton.
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The traditional gatekeepers that declared reggaeton was dead have been powerless to stop its demand and plays. . .

. De La Ghetto born Rafael Castillo in New York grew up in Puerto Rico, the country that birthed reggaet&243;n in the late 1990s. The traditional gatekeepers that declared reggaeton was dead have been powerless to stop its demand and plays. 2. .

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But where did this provocative, irresistible wave originate. .

As Reggaeton continues to make headway, it is only right that we pay homage to the hip shakers and drum beaters of the music.

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What Is Reggaeton Music.

It was widely perceived as a voice of the oppressed.

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