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Charo

Spanish spitfire Charo is normally instantly recognizable with her big blonde hair, her restricted and flamboyant clothes that keep small of her voluptuous figure towards the imagination, & most of most, her jubilant, jiggling “coochie, coochie” (an interjection that Charo, with fun, admits does not have any true meaning) spoken …

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India

India showed a variety of musical skills during the period of her profession — from freestyle and home to Latin pop and reggaeton — but she’ll forever end up being defined by her work of chart-topping NY salsa strikes for the RMM label within the mid- to late ’90s, when …

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Kinito Méndez

Dominican merengue star Kinito Méndez (blessed José del Carmen Memoryírez) got involved with well-known music at age nine while taking part in a group known as Pequeños del Ritmo. In 1988, he produced a tropical action called Cocoband alongside Alfonso “Pochi” Vásquez. From then on, he produced the group Rikarena, …

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Bonny Cepeda

The very first merengue artist to become nominated for any Grammy award, in 1985, Bonny Cepeda (born: Fernando Antonio Cruz Paz) is among the most successful dance music artists within the Dominican Republic. A previous person in Wilfredo Vargas’ orchestra, Cepeda offers led such organizations as Los Hijos del Rey …

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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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Chichi Peralta

Gifted percussionist/composer Chichi Peralta continues to be identified for creating his very own style, referred to as Fusón, merging jazz, Afro-American, Afro-Cuban, and Latin rhythms. In 1997, the musician, through the Dominican Republic, documented his first record, known as Pa’ Otro La’o, released in Latin America as well as the …

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Ismael Miranda

Puerto Rican Ismael Miranda became involved with well-known music at a age, taking part in different regional rings before teaming up with Andy Harlow. He debuted in 1967 using the release of the album recorded alongside Joey Pastrana, offering the strike “Rumbón Melon.” In 1973, Ismael Miranda became a member …

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Innis

Graduated in Marketing communications at San Diego’s Condition College or university, Innis was captivated by Latin music while hearing José Alfredo Jimémez, he shifted to Cuernavaca in 1997 to understand Spanish also to Mexico Town in 1998 to consider singing, dance, and guitar classes. Innis, who also expresses his emotions …

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Checo Acosta

Checo Acosta is among the leading exponents of Columbian carnival music, specificially people styles native towards the country’s Caribbean coastline such as for example cumbia and vallenato. His documenting career took airline flight in the first ’90s with several releases around the Musical Productions label including 11 Exitos Originales (1991), …

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Ignacio Piñeiro

Ignacio Piñeiro is among the founding fathers of Cuban music. The first choice of Septeto Nacional, an organization he founded in 1927, Piñeiro was among the initial bandleaders to include the trumpet to the original instrumentation of boy, the Cuban dance design that progressed into mambo, salsa, and Latin jazz. …

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