There was nothing quite like Latin music in Fifty years ago, we were on the verge of a salsa revolution. Not us, but no matter — this year, we relished them all. Like last year, this list sketches a portrait of the sounds and scenes leading the pack, cutting across region and genre.
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"Ginza" - J Balvin (Colombia)
The Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart ranks the best-performing Spanish-language songs on radio stations across all formats, sales of digital downloads, and streaming activity in the United States. Published weekly by Billboard magazine, the "most popular Spanish-language songs [are] ranked by radio airplay audience impressions as measured by Nielsen BDS, sales data as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan and streaming activity data from online music sources tracked by Nielsen BDS. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Some of the most famous Latin pop songs have survived military dictatorships, war, famine and natural disasters — and they still hold up in spite of passing trends. Rolling Stone contributors selected 50 of the most influential songs in Latin pop history, ranked in chronological order. Valens successfully merged the worlds of Latin American music and American rock in his take, adopting a California surf vibe while keeping the Spanish-language lyrics intact. The song solidified Valens as a pioneer in the Chicano and Latin rock movement, making him one of the first Latin artists to successfully cross over into Top 40 territory. His short-lived career, however, came to an untimely end when the year-old Valens, alongside Buddy Holly, J. East L. It was then that Ben allegedly dropped off the tour and bought a one-way ticket back to South America — his song, however, remained with Mendes. That same year a military junta took over Brazil, employing a fierce nationalism and anti-imperialism that eschewed all Western cultural influence. The song remains a staple of Brazilian music history to this day.