Bachata music: Yasmina ft. Dj Gino — Una Cabana

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Video Discription: Bachata song: Yasmina ft. Dj Gino — Una Cabana ► Bachata music playlist: ► Latin music playlist: Do you like bachata sensual music? Are there bachata mixes in your favourite dance music playlist? Are you happy when you hear the rhythm of bachata dance music? So, Best Latin Music channel is for you! Here you will find a lot of latin music: salsa songs, bachata songs, reggaeton songs, zumba songs and merengue songs! Turn up the musica bachata and start bachata dancing! And remember: more likes - more hits! LATIN MUSIC PLAYLISTS: ✔ Salsa music: ✔ Reggaeton music: ✔ Zumba music: ✔ Merengue music: FOLLOW US: ★ Twitter: ★ Facebook: ★ Tumblr: ★ Google+: BALLROOM LATIN MUSIC PLAYLISTS: ✔ Samba music: ✔ Cha-cha-cha music: ✔ Rumba music: ✔ Jive music: ✔ Pasodoble music: BACHATA DANCE: Bachata is a genre of Latin American music that originated in the Dominican Republic in the first half of the 20th century with European, Indigenous and African musical elements. The first recorded compositions of Bachata were done by Jose Manuel Calderon from the Dominican Republic. The predecessors of Bachata are Bolero and Son (and later, from the mid 1980s, Merengue). The original term used to name the genre was amargue (" bitterness" , " bitter music" , or " blues music" ), until the rather ambiguous (and mood-neutral) term bachata became popular. The form of dance, bachata, also developed with the music. The earliest bachata originated in the countryside in Dominican Republic in the first half of the 20th century. Jose Manuel Calderon recorded the first Bachata song, " Borracho de amor" in 1962. During much of its history, Bachata music was disregarded by Dominican elite and associated with rural underdevelopment and crime. As recently as the 1980s, bachata was considered too vulgar, crude and musically rustic to be broadcast on television or radio in the Dominican Republic. Bachata further transformed in the 21st century with the creation of Urban Bachata styles by bands such as Monchy y Alexandra and Aventura. These new modern styles of bachata become an international phenomenon, and today bachata is one of the most popular styles of Latin music, even overtaking salsa and merengue in many Latin American dance halls. The typical bachata group consists of five instruments: Requinto (lead guitar), Segunda (rhythm guitar), bass guitar, bongos and güira. The change in the 1980s from maracas to the more versatile güira was made as bachata was becoming more dance oriented. Let's listen to the best latin music hits right now! Move your body to the energetic rhythms of the best latin dance: salsa, bachata, reggaeton, zumba, merengue. Press " Like" and share best latin songs with your friends. Best Latin Music - subscribe & dance! All rights belong to their respective owners.


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