1. Who sang at the Grammy’s in Spanish in the late 1990s? What was the reaction? Ricky Martin Was the first to perform at the Grammy’s due to the fear of losing viewers, and popularity. The crowd’s reaction to this major breakthrough was the exact opposite of what was expected instead of losing viewer they in fact gained to the extraordinary response. 2. When did Latin music burst back on the scene? What song brought it back to the mainstream? What effect did it have? Latin music bursted back into the mainstream about 15 years before the 1990 grammy’s that changed the view of latin music across the nation. The song that began the brought back of latin music was Conga, by Gloria Estefan. 3. How did the sounds of salsa change?
Salsa became more toned downed and was mixed with a more pop, and R&B beat to it. This was implemented to get the newer generations to appreciate Salsa without having to be a Salcedo. 4. What was the influence of CBS’ Latin division on the explosion of Latin music in the US? CBS helped influence the Latin wave over music in the US by spreading the news of upcoming albums, and album debuts through news. They also helped by broadcasting performances and or important latin concerts. 5. Who were some of the artists who brought together Latin influenced music with mainstream pop music? Artist who managed to bring Latin music to pop music was Gloria Estefan (Miami Sound Machine), Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, and even Marc Anthony. 6. Why did the Latin music influence decrease?
Latin music influenced the decrease in the production of meaningful music and thought worthy production. Due to the fact that music was beginning to become pitiful and branch out from its roots. This lead to most latin artists to return to their roots. 7. What was Reggaeton?
Reggaeton was a form of latin music or a spanish form of hip hop, Reggaeton was a mixture of Jamaican beats (dumbo) with spanish rap. 8. What other types of music are being influenced by...
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