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Sancocho

Latin-house get better at Sancocho — called honoring a spicy Dominican dish — debuted with an infectious underground strike, “Tumba La Casa.” His debut record, entitled after his most well-known hit, made an appearance in early 1997.

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Rikarena

The Puerto Rican tropical quartet Rikarena has recorded for Sony and EMI. They released Con Area Nueva in middle-2000.

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Oro Solido

One of the most popular merengue clothes of the later ’90s/early 21st hundred years was Oro Solido (translated in British this means “Good Yellow metal”). The group’s head and founder, Raul Acosta (also called Un Presidente), was created within the Dominican Republic, but elevated in NJ. Showing fascination with music …

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Fulanito

The later ’90s saw the emergence of several outfits that expanded upon and updated merengue’s classic dance rhythms, like the multi-membered Fulanito (Rafael Vargas, José Fuentes, Elvin Ovalles, Marino Paredes, Wellinghton Belen, Winston Rosa, and José Arsenio Rosa), who added components of rap, reggae, and drum’n’bass towards the proceedings. The …

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Eddy Herrera

Dominican exotic singer Eddy Herrera shaped his very own orchestra in the first ’90s following singing alongside bandleader, composer, and producer Wilfrido Vargas, soon starting to be perhaps one of the most well-known regional numbers. Casandra award-winner for Greatest Man Performer, Eddy Herrera celebrated his band’s tenth wedding anniversary with …

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Kontrol

Best-known because of their hit “Merengue Party,” the Latin dance group Kontrol is actually a vocal quartet led by Jochy Rey (b. Jose Feliz) and offering Jaime Garcia, Wilbert Jorge, and Jose Pena. The group’s design, Merenhouse, mixes the merengue music that started in the Dominican Republic with horn-dominated preparations …

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Ilegales

The merenhouse unit Los Ilegales was formed within the Dominican Republic by frontman/producer Vladimir Dotel, Victor Waill, Manuel Tejada and Roger Sanchez. Though criticized from the press within their indigenous land because of the electronic upgrade of the original merengue design, the group became probably one of the most well-known …

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Toño Rosario

The one-time leader from the merengue band Los Hermanos Rosario, Toño Rosario began an effective solo career in 1990. A indigenous from the Dominican Republic, he created the music group in 1978 along with his sibling, and regardless of the group’s achievement through the 1980s, Rosario relocated to Puerto Rico …

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Maffio

Maffio is an archive maker, multi-instrumentalist, and saving artist, as well as the creator from the merengue electronico subgenre in Latin pop. He offers creation credits for songs by Olga Tañón, Elvis Crespo, and Pitbull, and continues to be presented on singles with Henry Santos of Aventura and David Guetta. …

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Sandy MC

Formerly the favorite Dominican meren-house duo Sandy & Papo, Sandy MC began his solo career after Papo’s untimely death in a vehicle accident. His debut recording Homenaje A Papo, which honored his dropped partner, was releasesd in middle-2000 by Platano Information.

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