Latino: (Video) CNCO – Reggaetón Lento (Bailemos) (Slow Reggaetón – Let’s Dance) (2016)

Since their inception two years ago, the Latin GRAMMY nominated pop phenomenon, CNCO has conquered the music industry as one of the most important hit-making groups today. Comprised of five young Latinos: Christopher (Ecuador), Erick Brian (Cuba), Joel (Mexico), Richard (Dominican Republic) and Zabdiel (Puerto Rico), the group emerged from Univision’s musical competition La Banda, which was executive-produced by Simon Cowell’s SYCO Entertainment, the global icon Ricky Martin, Univisión Communications Inc., and Haim Saban’s Saban Brands.

CNCO’s first album “Primera Cita” quickly became a global success and was certified Diamond, Platinum, and Gold in the United States, Latin America, and Europe. Throughout their short but incredible career, the group has garnered numerous awards including six Latin American Music Awards, five Premios Juventud, three Premios Tu Mundo, three Latin Billboard Awards, three Premio Lo Nuestro Awards, one Kids Choice Award, one Teen Choice Award and one iHeartRadio Music Award. More on their official website.

The song was also recorded in English with Little Mix:

Latin Pop: (Video) Muerdo ft. Lola Membrillo – Semillas (Seeds) (Acoustic) (2017)

Pascual Cantero (Murcia, December 1988) is a spanish singer, composer and poet, known as Muerdo. His first album, Flores entre el acero (Flowers between the steel), came out in 2011. He gain popularity with the help of singer-songwriter Luis Eduardo Aute.

Lola is part of Perotá Chingó (Argentina) group which was founded in 2011. This band is formed with the intention to know all the Uruguayan coast hitchhiking, with a guitar and two voices (Lola and Julia Ortiz). A year later, Martin Dacosta on percussion and Diego Cotelo on guitar joined the project, beginning a tour for Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brasil and all Latin America.

(Audio) Julio Iglesias – Quién Será (ft. Thalía) (Lyrics) (2017)

‘Quién Será’ was originally composed by Pablo Beltrán Ruiz and Luis Demetrio (Mexico) in 1953. The song was made popular by the english version, ‘Sway‘, of Dean Martin. Below you can listen the original version of the song recorded on vinyl and taken from ‘Al Sur De la Frontera’ (At the south of the border) album of Pablo Beltrán Ruiz and his orchestra.

The lyrics of the english version, ‘Sway’, were written by Norman Gimbel and recorded by Dean Martin in 1954:

Malú – Short Biography

Born: 15 March 1982 | Country: Madrid, Spain

Music Gender: Flamenco, Pop | Instruments: vocalist

Lastest Releases: Ni Un Paso Atrás (Album – 2016), Caos (Album – 2015)

Collaborations: David Bisbal, Manuel Carrasco, Miguel Bosé, Pablo Alborán, Tiziano Ferro,

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Pablo Alborán – Short Biography

Born: 31 May 1989 | Country: Málaga, Spain

Music Gender: Latin Pop | Instruments: vocalist

Lastest Releases: Se Puede Amar (Song – 2016), Palmeras En La Nieve (Song – 2016), Terral (Album – 2014)

Collaborations: Jesse y Joy, Malú, Vanesa Martin

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Shakira – Short Biography

Born: 2 Februrary 1977 | Country: Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia

Music Gender: Dance, Latin Pop, Pop | Instruments: vocalist

Lastest Releases: El Dorado (Album – 2017)

Collaborations: Alejandro Sanz, Carlos Vives, Maluma, Rihanna

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