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Ptazeta: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 45
Bizarrap, Ptazeta
02:41
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El Mas Piola
L-Gante, DT.Bilardo
03:37
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DE LA PIPA
Perro Primo, Kaydy Cain, Yubeili, DT.Bilardo, Al Records
03:24
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Día De Pago
Ovi, Duki
03:07
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Sobre Mi Tumba
Cazzu
02:27
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Te Necesito (Live Acoustic)
KHEA, Maria Becerra
03:15
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Ajá
Sael
02:22
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Freestyle Session #18
ZARAMAY, Nahuel The Coach
04:25
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Baby
Nicki Nicole
02:44
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1312
Shuubass, Stripclab, DJ Sustancia, Sassyggirl, Sneed & Larsen
03:22
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¿Quién Sos?
Chocolate Remix
03:07
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Sano
Chancha Via Circuito, LUVI TORRES
03:20
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Ocho
Michael Brun, Fuego, Ms Nina, LASTMONDAY
02:39
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La Batalla
Juan Ingaramo
03:14
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Infinito al Doble
YSY A, Yesan 雪山, SPONSOR DIOS
02:56
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Pegaíta
Lara91k
03:38
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KIEN?
ACRU, Veeyam
02:33
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El Hombre Justo Acusado Injustamente
RepliK, Sajo Bkule
03:12
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Mexico
Sara Hebe
02:41
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LA FORMA DE TUS HUESOS
LOUTA
03:32
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Los Calientes
Emmanuel Horvilleur
04:07
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Isla
Bandalos Chinos
04:50
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Se Me Hizo Tarde
Conociendo Rusia
03:57
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Las Heridas
Francisca y Los Exploradores
03:25
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El Límite
Marina Fages, Melanie Williams & El Cabloide
04:08
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Frágil
Carolina Zac
04:05
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Amuleto
Ivo Ferrer, Ignus
06:53

Buenos Aires

Rich in European, Latin American and Caribbean influences, Buenos Aires is an open-air musical lab where you can go from danceable cumbia-reggaeton to soaring organic electro in a heartbeat.

Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, is home to about three million people. If you add its suburbs, that figure rises to fifteen million. These porteños, as the inhabitants are known, are world famous for tango and, to a lesser extent, for cumbia villera and national rock. Through the vast port that has seen successive waves of immigration, the metropolis has managed to blend various musical influences brought by these new arrivals. Thus Europe, the United States, neighboring South American countries, and the Caribbean are all sources of inspiration for Argentine musicians.

Currently, the most popular sounds among young people come from a mixture of cumbia and reggaeton. L-Gante (‘Elegant’) is this movement’s icon along with producer DT Bilardo. So-called porteño reggaeton is also growing in popularity thanks to stars such as Chocolate Remix, Sael, and Zaramay.

Bizarrap, who has been instrumental in the development of Argentinean trap music, continues to be a huge success with his Music Sessions onto which he invites talented MCs. Similar to him is the artist Duki, who always delivers solid trap accompanied by excellent guests. Cazzu and Khea are also up there, currently exploring their more sensitive sides through music.

Organic Argentine electro infuses folkloric elements with deep beats to create soaring atmospheres, as can be heard on Chancha Via Circuito’s productions. Finally, in a different vein, the pop-rock scene is very active, with a flourishing pool of artists such as Louta and Bandalos Chinos.

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