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L-Gante: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol.38
Bizarrap, L-Gante
03:12
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Lassie
La Joaqui, L-Gante
02:52
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Mucho Culo
Perro Primo, DT.Bilardo, DJ Tiagoo, Al Records
02:02
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WACHA
KHEA, Duki
03:26
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TURRA
Cazzu, Alan Gomez
03:26
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Ta' Cabrón el Himalaya 2
ZARAMAY, Nahuel The Coach
09:25
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Sin Mente
Sael, Brray, Cauty
03:18
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No Toque Mi Naik
Nicki Nicole, Lunay
02:23
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NSQH - Remix
DJ MÄMI, PADAWVN, guayaba, Ussi, Emanero
03:33
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Zanella - Shuubass x Ar13$
Shuubass
02:20
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Látigo
Tita Print, Rebeca Lane
02:32
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El Fenómeno del Mambo
Juan Ingaramo
02:59
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Tell Her
Lara91k, Karne Palta
03:02
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Muero de Fiesta Este Finde
Duki, CA7RIEL, Yesan 雪山
03:13
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TONYTHEKID
Neo Pistea
03:51
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DHARMA
ACRU
04:31
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Proceso de Reincorporación al Planeta
RepliK
02:33
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Refix
Sara Hebe
02:57
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LA MIRADA
Bhavi, LOUTA
03:36
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Llamame
Emmanuel Horvilleur, Bandalos Chinos
03:28
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Mundo de Cristal
Conociendo Rusia, Leiva
04:11
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La Nave
Francisca y Los Exploradores
03:41
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Lo Que Guarden Tus Ojos
Las Sombras
03:16
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Canción de Flora
Marina Fages
03:49
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Cierto
Carolina Zac
03:38
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Regar
Ivo Ferrer, IV
02:18
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Pause
SidiRum
03:13
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Portales
Kaleema
04:10
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Pucha - Remix
Manuel Matarasso
04:38

Buenos Aires

Rich in European, Latin American and Caribbean influences, Buenos Aires is an open-air musical laboratory, where you can find anything from the most danceable cumbia-reggaeton, to soaring organic electro.
 

Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, is home to about three million people. If you count its suburbs that figure rises to fifteen million. These porteños, as they’re known, are world famous for the tango and, to a lesser extent, cumbia villera and national rock. With a vast port that has seen successive waves of immigration, the metropolis has blended the various musical influences that these new arrivals bring. Thus Europe, the United States, and other South American countries as well as the Caribbean are a source of inspiration for Argentine musicians.

Currently, the trendy sounds among young people comes from a mixture of cumbia and reggaeton. L-Gante (“Elegant”) is the figurehead of this movement, along with producer Bizarrap, who has also been involved in the development of Argentine trap. This style has conquered the rest of Latin America with artists such as Cazzu, Khea and Duki. Porteño reggaeton is also growing in popularity with stars like Nicki Nicole.

In another vein, the pop-rock scene is also a flourishing pool for young artists. Argentina’s organic electro infuses folkloric elements with heavy beats to create some really uplifting vibes.
 

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