It is nearly impossible to define Latin urban music.
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Its roots may be found in reggaeton, hip-hop, and rap, particularly in the singers, who enlarged their musical range and thus no longer played standard reggaeton, but merged it with Latin pop, dance, salsa, and merengue. However, many collections regard Latin Urban Music as a wholly distinct genre. More and more bands are embracing total stylistic crossover, with Latin music being just one component among many. Such bands contain afro beat, techno, or funk prevalent in club music, as well as references to disco, cumbia, or lounge music. Because Latin Urban Music is difficult to describe, styles like as Mestizo and the technoid Brazilian Baile have emerged.
Funk or even music created specifically for Zumba sports classes can be added. Traditional Latin music fans may struggle to identify anything "Latin-like" here at times, but this evolution demonstrates how interests have developed and, more importantly, how young Latinos think.
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