How often do you dance to Shakira's Hips Don't Lie? Or Camilla Cabello's Havana? That's what Latin music does to you. You just can't resist grooving your hips to the punchy songs. And you have missed a lot of music if you haven’t heard Enrique’s beguiling voice.
What makes the experience even better is rocking your hips to a live concert by your favorite Latino singer. With the popularity of Latino music increasing worldwide, there are always plenty of concerts open.
Catchy tunes and a rhythmic beat distinguish Latin American music. Owing to its refreshing melodies, it's no wonder that this form of the genre has also influenced several other musical genres. Today, pop, jazz, and hip-hop music too include Latino rhythms and beats.
Latin music has sub-genres like Salsa, Cumbia, Reggaeton, and Tambora, which all find their roots in local Latin-American culture and Mexican influences. When the genre first gained footing in the US, Brazilian songs were the most prevalent. Today, most Latin songs are dominated by electro-pop, Urbano, and banda music. But older styles like salsa still remain popular.
There are so many artists producing Latin music and gaining worldwide fame. These include those associated with famous record labels, as well as indie singers, becoming popular gradually.
Today, we have singers like Selena Gomez, Camilo, Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Camila Cabello, J Baldwin, Rae Alexandro, Carol J, Kali UChis, and many more. Their songs have taken over people's Instagram feeds and Spotify playlists. And no party is complete without them.
Latin music singers produce songs both in English and in languages like Spanish and Portuguese. Sometimes, their songs mix multiple languages with the same funky beat playing in the background.
Music doesn't have boundaries. It just rocks your world and soothes your heart. And if you enjoy listening to multicultural music, you can't ignore Latin music.
To get the best experience of these rhythmic and diverse songs, you need to go to a live Latin music concert. See the dates and venues of various Latin music concerts on our website.