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Que se chingue el reggaeton! - Latin Rock


The whole northern world believes the greatest musical legacy of the Americas is Reggaeton! (Judging by the first track and) In terms of influence this might be actually right, but I want to show you the quality and coolness of this region on another level.. From happy to heavy over to hurt.

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6 comments on Que se chingue el reggaeton! - Latin Rock

@bardzo_czarny_kot Thank you very much! I appreciate the kind words. From your username I am assuming that you are either Czech or Polish? Do you happen to have/know a similar list like mind for these languages? I am always on the lookout for music in original languages. I am still planning a "guess-the-language"-playlist on 8tracks ;)

@bloodmandarin Yes, I am indeed Polish! :D If you'd like to listen to some of our most popular stuff, here's a great mix of Polish 80s and 90s rock: And here's a really cool collection of new-ish experimental folk: :) I don't know Czech, sadly, but if you're looking for more foreign stuff, on my profile you can find a whole folder of Russian songs. I don't speak Russian so I clearly have to be obsessed with listening to it :) Hope you'll enjoy it!

I{m from Mexico and I hate that we have this stereotype of people thinking we only do reggeaton or bachata when we have actually some pretty damn good rock bands like cafe tacvba or zoé and so many different styles of music that it is still mexican

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As you can see in the description I am perfectly aware of the fact that Calle 13 s roots and origin is reggaeton, but I doubt, that you could still determine their genre as Reggaeton, since they have diversified their mixture a lot. Apart from that, it's pretty narrow-mind to judge a whole playlist on the basis of its first song. Good job! O.o