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Playlist of Music of Puerto Rico

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  • Live Bomba music in Old San Juan Puerto Rico

    4:07

    Bomba music. This is a video of traditional Puerto Rican bomba music. You can see the influence of Western African melodies by the drums and dancing styles. Bomba is one of the music styles of the island.

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  • Gente de Zona - La Gozadera ft. Marc Anthony

    4:01

    Gente De Zona - La Gozadera [Official Music Video] Gente De Zona's album Visualízate is available on these digital platforms: iTunes: Google Play: Amazon: Spotify: Follow Gente De Zona: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Official music video by Gente De Zona performing La Gozadera. (C) 2016 Sony Music Entertainment US Latin LLC / Magnus Media LLC

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  • Lin-Manuel Miranda - Almost Like Praying Official Video

    3:23

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    Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Almost Like Praying” was written and recorded to benefit hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico with proceeds benefiting The Hispanic Federation's Unidos Disaster Relief Fund.

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    “Almost Like Praying”

    Lin-Manuel Miranda feat Artists for Puerto Rico
    Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda
    © 2017 5000 Broadway Music (ASCAP)
    Administered by WB Music Corp.

    “Contains elements of “Maria” Music by Leonard Bernstein, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim ©1957, Renewed.
    Published by The Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Co. LLC (ASCAP) c/o Universal PolyGram Int. Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) and Chappell-Co. Inc. (ASCAP)

    Track produced by Jeffrey “Trooko” Penalva

    Additional vocal arrangements by Alex Lacamoire

    Mixed by Mikaelin “Blue” BlueSpruce at Lounge Studios, NYC

    Mastered by Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound, NYC

    Engineered by Ebonie Smith, Ariel Chobaz, Salvador Majail

    Assistant Engineers: Jordon Silva, Jaron Bozeman, Matt Dyson

    Recorded at Atlantic Studios (NYC), Glenwood Place Studios (Burbank CA), The Village Recorder (Los Angeles CA), Circle House (Miami FL)

    Percussion by: Eric Bobo Correa

    Vocals Performed by Marc Anthony, Ruben Blades, Camila Cabello, Pedro Capo, Dessa, Gloria Estefan, Fat Joe, Luis Fonsi, Juan Luis Guerra, Alex Lacamoire, John Leguizamo, Jennifer Lopez, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Rita Moreno, Ednita Nazario, Joell Ortiz, Anthony Ramos, Gina Rodriguez, Gilberto Santa Rosa, PJ Sin Suela, Tommy Torres, Ana Villafañe
    Marc Anthony, Ednita Nazario, Pedro Capo, Jennifer Lopez and Gloria Estefan appear courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment U.S. Latin LLC
    Luis Fonsi appears courtesy of Universal Music Latin Entertainment
    Camila Cabello appear courtesy of Syco / Epic Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment
    Tommy Torres appears courtesy of Warner Music Latina

    Executive Producer:
    Lin-Manuel Miranda

    Associate Producers:
    Luis A. Miranda, Jr.
    Rigo Riggs Morales

    Producers:
    Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez
    Danny Hastings
    Cesar Camacho

    Assistant Producers:
    Ann Dubin
    Javier Gomez
    Sara Elisa Miller
    Owen Panettieri

    Co-Directors:
    Cesar Camacho
    Lin-Manuel Miranda
    Luis A. Miranda, Jr.

    Title Design:
    Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez

    For Atlantic Records:
    CEO & Co-chairman
    Craig Kallman
    COO & Co-chairman
    Julie Greenwald
    A&R
    Riggs Morales
    A&R Administration
    Craig Rosen
    A&R Coordination
    Ari Gelaw
    Marketing for Atlantic Records
    Grace James
    Business Affairs for Atlantic Records
    Michael Kushner, Alyson Abbagnaro, Brett Copell

    For Somos Arte:
    Artistic Director & Principal:
    Edgardo Mirannda-Rodriguez
    Business Manager:
    Kyung Jeon-Miranda
    Lead Animator:
    Rahim Akbar Muhammad
    Production Coordinator:
    Stephanie Ortiz
    Director of Photography:
    Dawin Rodríguez
    Camera Operators:
    Joel Fernandez
    Dominick Estarella

    Associate Sound Recordist:
    Jonathan Hernandez
    Gaffer:
    Bart Grillet

    Proceeds to the Hispanic Federation UNIDOS Fund for Puerto Rico


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  • 50 Canciones Vintage de Puerto Rico - Volumen #3. Radio Musica

    2:17:11

    50 Hits de Puerto Rico - Volumen #3. (Full Album/Álbum Completo)

    1. Ramito - La Tierra Mía (Aguinaldo) 00:00
    2. Chuito El De Bayamón - El Alma de Puerto Rico (Seis) 02:45
    3. Ismael Rivera – Severa 05:14
    4. Cuarteto Marcano - Mi Cafetal (Canto Criollo) 08:03
    5. José Luis Moneró - Prisionero del Mar (Bolero) 10:54
    6. Sexteto Borinquen - Mi Guajirita 13:31
    7. Odilio González - Soñé Con Mi Jibarita (Llanera) 15:41
    8. Joe Valle - En Ponce (Plena) 18:38
    9. Sexteto Borinquen De Mike Cruz - Guayo, Pellizco y Pata (Guaracha) 20:59
    10. Rafael Hernández y su Conjunto - Si Me Muero Madre Mía (Son Montuno) 23:30
    11. Bobby Capó - Como un Milagro 26:46
    12. Carmita Jiménez - Tierra Rica (Bolero) 29:39
    13. Daniel Santos - Que Tiene el Gallo (Guaracha) 33:04
    14. Manuel Jiménez Y Su Cuarteto - La Pulguita (Plena Porro) 35:44
    15. Raul Marrero - Sin Sangre en las Venas (Bolero) 38:19
    16. Trío San Juan - Ella Es Mi Locura (Cueca) 41:20
    17. Rey Arroyo Y Su Trío – Entrega 44:18
    18. Mandy Campo - Un Pobre Guajiro (Guajira) 47:11
    19. Miguel Angel Figueroa - Cartas y Retratos (Vals) 49:54
    20. Felipe Y Davilita - Gloria Mía (Bolero Son) 52:42
    21. Cuarteto Mayari De Plácido Acevedo - Suena Campana 55:34
    22. Blanca Iris Villafañe - Si Fueras Libre (Bolero) 57:54
    23. Monchito Motta - Un Disco Más 01:00:32
    24. Pepito Torres Y Su Orquesta Siboney - Candela (Merengue) 01:03:26
    25. Julito Rodríguez - Solamente una Vez (Bolero) 01:05:54
    26. Cesar Concepción Y Su Orquesta - Plena Internacional (Plena) 01:08:18
    27. Corozo Y Pepito - Mati Baby 01:11:11
    28. Mario Hernández - A Puerto Rico 01:14:19
    29. Lucy Fabery - Tengo Que Acostumbrarme 01:17:05
    30. Cheíto González - Amor Eterno 01:20:01
    31. La Calandria - Somos Boricuas (Guaracha Jíbara) 01:22:31
    32. Trío Las Tres Guitarras - Pensando en Ti (Pasillo) 01:24:58
    33. Trio Vegabajeño - En Mi Viejo San Juan 01:27:41
    34. Daniel Santos - El Cafetero 01:30:39
    35. Mon Rivera - Mi Mambo 01:33:25
    36. Felipe Rodríguez - Brindis del Despecho 01:36:05
    37. Johnny Rodríguez Y Su Trío - La Mujer Pagada (Pasillo) 01:38:56
    38. Jose Antonio Salamán - Adios, Adios (Vals) 01:41:58
    39. Davilita - El Borracho (Bolero Tango) 01:44:40
    40. Aidita Vilés – Julia 01:47:03
    41. Blas Hernández - Noche de Amor Tropical (Bolero Beguine) 01:49:32
    42. Carlos Pizarro - Creo en Dios (Bolero) 01:52:18
    43. Rafaelito Muñoz - Mi Novia Linda (Pasodoble) 01:54:50
    44. Claudio Ferrer - Ese No Es Tu Amigo (Bolero) 01:57:50
    45. Manuel Jiménez Y Su Cuarteto - Tócale la Bocina (Plena Porro) 02:00:50
    46. Odilio González - Tu Sombra (Vals Peruano) 02:03:40
    47. Gilberto Monroig - Porque Te Conocí (Bolero) 02:06:30
    48. Ramito - Buena en Cantidad (Bomba) 02:09:04
    49. Chuito El De Bayamón - Linda Serrana (Guajira) 02:11:54
    50. Cuarteto Marcano - Buen Borincano (Canto Típico) 02:14:45

    50 Hits de Puerto Rico (La Isla con Encanto) es una serie de recopilaciones de 50 canciones cada una donde podrás disfrutar de los mejores clásicos de la época dorada de la música de Puerto Rico.

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  • Música Jíbara Istrumental de Puerto Rico

    8:07

  • Vaya Con Dios - Puerto Rico

    4:18

    1987
    Lyrics:
    Wake up Angelita, your mama just turned off the light
    Manolo is already waiting by the old water-pipe
    Her shoes in one hand, she carefully walks down the stairs
    Holding her breath 'cause there's danger and love in the air
    Your papa will beat him if he ever finds out
    Begging the Virgin won't help when you hear Manolito shout
    (Manolito shout)
    He's already standing under the starlit sky
    You run to his arms and you laugh and you cry as he hold you tight
    He says, he'll be leaving you soon and you beg him to stay
    But he wants to make it somewhere in the U.S.A.
    And though he'll be far he promises he'll write every day
    When time will be right, he'll come back and he'll take you away

    Your papa don't like him, he says he's no good
    He steals and he fights and he never behaves, like a young man should
    (Like a young man should)

    Angelita she knows, he's not that bad inside
    (Don't cry Angelita)
    She takes the medal, she wears on a chain and presses it into his palm
    (He'll come back and take you)

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  • Salsa Puerto Rico - Mix 2018

    31:44

    Dale Click;

  • Beto Torrens Bomba Styles from Puerto Rico MEINL Floatune Congas

    4:08

    In this video Beto is playing different styles of Bomba, a folkloric rhythm from his native Puerto Rico. The styles he covered were:
    Sicá
    Yubá
    Holandé
    Seis Corrido
    Oyo Mula
    Cuembé

    Beto Torrens was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico and began his musical career with Batucada Baobá, alongside Anthony Carrillo, Luis Vélez and his mentor and teacher Freddy Díaz. He is a founding member of Bayanga (today Calle 13), with whom he recorded one album. Torrens has worked with bands and artists like Puya, Cultura Profética, Gomba Jahbari, Jerry Medina, Angel Cachete Maldonado, Brazuca Matraca (Barcelona), Ricky Martin, De La Roots, Tráfico Pesado, and La Descarga Urbana de Medina Carrión, among others.
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  • Puerto Rican Plenas - Cortaron Elena, Temporal, Santa María, A ti na más, Desde Ponce

    6:55

    Ten Tumbao ( plays traditional Puerto Rican Plenas at the Shalin Liu Performance Hall in Rockport MA on 9/29/10 at a concert put on by the Rockport Chamber Music Festival. Kalani Trinidad - vocals, percussion, flute; Kenny Kozol - percussion, vocals; Vicente Lebrón - percussion, vocals; Natanael Molina - piano, vocals; Marcos Torres - percussion; Danny Torres - bass.

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  • Paul Jabara - Honeymoon in Puerto Rico

    7:16

    Paul Jabara - Honeymoon in Puerto Rico

  • Lin-Manuel Miranda - Almost Like Praying Salsa Remix Music Video

    3:27

    The official video of Almost Like Praying (feat. Artists for Puerto Rico) [Salsa Remix] by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

    Download and stream here:


    Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Almost Like Praying” was written and recorded to benefit hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico with proceeds benefiting The Hispanic Federation's Unidos Disaster Relief Fund
    Proceeds go to

    For more information, please visit and

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  • Decoupage - Puerto Rico

    5:28

    Exitos de BETARECORDS

  • Bomba in Loiza, Puerto Rico #1

    2:48

    This is one of several videos that I will be posting from my trip to Puerto Rico in July 2008.

    This clip features Bomba drummers and dancers at Raul Ayala's house in Loiza, during La Fiesta de Santiago Apostol.

    Click watch in high quality for better picture & sound.

  • Puerto Rican Culture through Music - Phonic Earth Documentary

    34:00

    Phonic Earth explores Puerto Rican culture through the music of Bomba, Plena and Jibara.

  • Traditional Puerto Rican Music

    3:04

    Classic Puerto Rican Music..
    Video And Picz Made by Slim..

  • Plena a Puerto Rico

    5:27

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Plena a Puerto Rico · Los Muñequitos de Matanzas

    Maferefún la Rumba

    ℗ 2018 Bis Music

    Released on: 2019-01-04

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  • Chillout&Lounge Mixes HD - Puerto Rico Chillout Mix

    1:4:48

    Chillout&Lounge Mixes HD - Puerto Rico Chillout Mix

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  • Relaxing Sounds of Puerto Rico DL in Desc.

    9:22

    I made this track using The Rainy Mood Audio here on YouTube and a recording of the Coquí I had obtained on my vacation in PR. this is a lullaby and is very relaxing and will help you drift to sleep

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  • The Art of Song & Chamber Music of Puerto Rico

    29:22

    The Art of Song & Chamber Music of Puerto Rico is a recorded performance by Narciso Figueroa, Patricia Cay and Jose Ramos-Santana, of classic Songs and Chamber Music of Puerto Rico. The program features works by Ernesto Cordero, Narciso Figueroa Sr., George Bizet, Jesus Figueroa, and Hector Campos-Parsi. Video is shot and edited by Raymond Guarnieri. Enjoy

  • Relaxing music and Breathtaking Puerto Rico Scenery

    15:39

    Amazing scenery taken in Puerto Rico accompanied by relaxing music for your enjoyment.

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  • Puerto Rican Cuatro Music | jmaldonadomusic

    1:54

    God bless you all! Haven't been posting much lately as I've been crazy busy and my interface broke down lol. Glad to be back at it!
    #cuatropuertorriqueno #puertoricancuatro #jmaldonadomusic

  • Taino Calling Song

    3:09

    Calling Song to the Creator (Both MAS and FEM)

    1) Okama; Okama~~~~~ Listen; listen

    2) Yocahu Bagua Maorocoti x2 ~

    3) Guabancex (Spirit of the Hurricane or purification/cleansing or menstrual cycle) ~ Atabeira (Spirit of the waters)

    4) Okama 2X

    5) Yocahu/Atabey (Creator as both Mas. and Fem.)

    6) Taino-Ti 2X (Great Spirit with us)

    7) Yocahu/Atabey

    8) Okama 2x ~ Yocahu Bagua Maorocoti

    9) Guabancex/Atabey/Yocahuguama (Lord of the cassava)

    10) Okama Yocahu x2 Atabeira

    11) Taino Ti x2

    12) Yocahu/Atabeira

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  • Puerto Rican Cuatro Music #jmaldonadomusic

    3:08

    #cuatropuertorriqueno #salsamix #guitarist

    Saludos hermanos!!!

  • Horacio El Negro Hernández e Italuba Big Band- Puerto Rico

    8:21

    Homenaje a Puerto Rico de Horacio El Negro e Italuba Big Band con invitados de la talla de Haila, Robertón, Mándy Cantero, Carlos Mirayes y Eduardo Sandoval.
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  • Cello Suite No.1 played by Gabriel Muñoz on the Puerto Rican cuatro

    2:17

    Cello Suite No.1 by J.S. Bach performed by Gabriel Muñoz on a 2010 Angel Maldonado (Wimbo) puerto rican cuatro from Morovis, PR. The Cello Suite was transposed and arranged on the cuatro by Alvin Medina. For more information on Alvin Medina and his DVD/Lesson books for the cuatro please visit his website For more information on Gabriel please visit his website or his youtube account

  • Gabriel Munoz performs musica jibara in the Bronx, NY

    5:11

    Cuatrista Gabriel Munoz performs traditional Puerto Rican music in the Bronx, NY


  • Jerry Rivera - Puerto Rico

    4:25

    Music video by Jerry Rivera performing Puerto Rico. (C) 2003 BMG Music

  • Vintage Puerto Rican Música Jíbara Mix 2 :Latin Caribbean Guitar Music

    18:51

    Vintage Puerto Rican Jibaras of the yesteryears. #Jibaras #PuertoRico #Caribbean #WorldMusic #Guitarra Here's part 1 ( and Part 3 (

  • Jazz Sax / David Sanchez - Sonando Con Puerto Rico - Obsesion 04

    7:03

    ★Many Jazz CD Reviews★

  • The Classical Music of Puerto Rico

    10:52

    Welcome to my Channel!

    Pianist Pablo Cintron performs Danzas By J. M Campos and Verde Luz (El Topo). Arr. by P. Cintron

    By the late 1700s the country dance (French contredanse, Spanish contradanza) had come to thrive as a popular recreational dance, both in courtly and festive vernacular forms, throughout much of Europe, replacing dances such as the minuet. By 1800 a creolized form of the genre, called contradanza, was thriving in Cuba, and the genre also appears to have been extant, in similar vernacular forms,

    in Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and elsewhere, although documentation is scanty. By the 1850s, the Cuban contradanza—increasingly referred to as danza—was flourishing both as a salon piano piece, or as a dance-band item to accompany social dancing, in a style evolving from collective figure dancing (like a square dance) to independent couples dancing ballroom-style (like a waltz, but in duple rather than ternary rhythm). According to local chroniclers, in 1845 a ship arrived from Havana, bearing, among other things, a party of youths who popularized a new style of contradanza/danza, confusingly called merengue. This style subsequently became wildly popular in Puerto Rico, to the extent that in 1848 it was banned by the priggish Spanish governor Juan de la Pezuela. This prohibition, however, does not seem to have had much lasting effect, and the newly invigorated genre—now more commonly referred to as danza—went on to flourish in distinctly local forms. As in Cuba, these forms included the musics played by dance ensembles as well as sophisticated light-classical items for solo piano (some of which could subsequently be interpreted by dance bands).

    The danza as a solo piano idiom reached its greatest heights in the music of Manuel Gregorio Tavárez (1843–83), whose compositions have a grace and grandeur closely resembling the music of Chopin, his model. Achieving greater popularity were the numerous danzas of his follower, Juan Morel Campos (1857–96), a bandleader and extraordinarily prolific composer who, like Tavárez, died in his youthful prime (but not before having composed over 300 danzas).

    By Morel Campos' time, the Puerto Rican danza had evolved into a form quite distinct from that of its Cuban (not to mention European) counterparts. Particularly distinctive was its form consisting of an initial paseo, followed by two or three sections (sometimes called merengues), which might feature an arpeggio-laden obbligato melody played on the tuba-like bombardino (euphonium). Many danzas achieved island-wide popularity, including the piece La Borinqueña, which is the national anthem of Puerto Rico. Like other Caribbean creole genres such as the Cuban danzón, the danzas featured the insistent ostinato called cinquillo (roughly, ONE-two-THREE-FOUR-five-SIX-SEVEN-eight, repeated).

    The danza remained vital until the 1920s, but after that decade its appeal came to be limited to the Hispanophilic elite. The danzas of Morel Campos, Tavárez, José Quintón, and a few others are still performed and heard on various occasions, and a few more recent composers have penned their own idiosyncratic forms of danzas, but the genre is no longer a popular social dance idiom.
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  • Jaidie ~ Puerto Rico Official Music video

    3:44

    The song can be purchased at iTunes.com (look up Cutting Records Recording Artist Jaidie) Visit Jaidie's MySpace page
    Puerto Rico was the 2004 & 2005 Theme song for the NYC National Puerto Rican Day Parade was endorsed by Ralph Morales, Chairman of Puerto Rican Day Parade, Inc. and it's Board.
    Song was written by Hector J. Gonzalez, Ziggy Gonzalez, Song Arrangements: Junito Davila, Edited by Lenny Gonzalez, Rhino Studios, Miami, 2ndTakeMedia.com, Song recorded at Blessing Recording Studios- Felix Gonzalez & Luis Aviles, Background vocals by Latin Recording Artists Moises Y Israel Kelly, Musicians: Luis Quintero, Charlie Garcia, Raul Agras, Felix Gonzalez, Efrain Junito Davila, Publisher: CitiBoyz Music, BMI

  • Old Puerto Rican and Latino Boleros

    4:48

    Hector Carrasquillo Sr singing old melodies of yesterdays.
    Coming soon, there will be another one with Old Vals, that some of you might remember what they were.
    This Video has so far 23,563k viewers. Thank you everyone for interest n our music. Music that is not gone or forgotten but lives in our hearts.

  • Musica Tipica de Puerto Rico

    4:52

    Videos de nuesra bella musica tipica, jibara y instrumental, esperamos los disfruten mucho, y los puedan apreciar.

  • Luminous Presents: Puerto Rico /

    1:11:05

    Summer is coming!

    Inspired by a beautiful Puerto Rico beaches , Luminous brigs to you superb mix of a lounge, feel-good house music flow, for a daydreaming vibes.

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  • Puerto Rico & Cuban music Lágrimas negras, improvisation. Chucho Carreta

    4:13

    Puerto Rico & Cuban music.
    They have never speak to each other, they have never play music together or practice, or meet each other, look what happens when they grab their instruments. !The magic begins!Puerto Rico & Cuban music
    Improvisation with Chucho Carreta
    from Colombia (Cuban Tres) Ramón Cancel from Puerto Rico (Puerto Rican cuatro & vocals) Martín Velez (Percusion) from California & Neftalí Rivera (guitar & vocals) from Puerto Rico. Song Lagrimas negras from the Cuban composer, Miguel Matamoros.
    Puerto rican and cuban music.

    ????????Con ustedes desde Colombia, CHUCHO CARRETA. Esta es una colaboración con este gran artista, músico y cantante Colombiano, SUSCRIBANSE A SU CANAL PARA APOYAR LA CAUSA @Chucho Carreta
    ????????espero lo disfruten tanto como yo. Y le abro la puerta a las colaboraciones, déjame saber en los comentarios si te gustaria otra colaboración y que canción, saludos a tod@s, cuídense mucho!! ????????

  • The Relaxing Sound of Puerto Rican Coqui

    3:22:54

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    The Relaxing Sound of Puerto Rican Coqui · J.H.

    The Relaxing Sound of Puerto Rican Coqui

    ℗ 2015 J.H.

    Released on: 2015-04-16

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  • Music Industry Sessions | Puerto Rico | Recap

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    ¡Gracias a todos los que participaron de Music Industry Sessions // Puerto Rico! La pasamos super y estamos super contentos de haber conocido a tanto talento puertorriqueño.

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  • NINA & ZERJON / PUERTO RICO - SALSA HIPHOP FUSION

    1:07

    NINA & ZERJON / PUERTO RICO - SALSA HIPHOP FUSION
    Song : Puerto Rico by Bobby Caldwell, Charlie Palmieri, Marisela, Michael Sembello, Mongo Santamaria, The Edwin Hawkins Singers & Wilkins

    Directed and Choreo by : Nina & Zerjon #ninaandzerjon
    Filmed by : Mpululu Ntuve
    One of the places that have influenced salsa music in the world except Cuba, Colombia, Venezuela,US.NewYork and more .. is definitely Puerto Rico, a beautiful island which we fell in love after visiting there some years ago. We sending our support to their struggle they going through now and hope people joining.
    We always wanted to dance to this song so we found a place in Spanish Harlem in NYC where they have some of the beautiful murals(walls) that we felt fitted with our vision.

    #ninaandzerjon #twistedfeet #rnz #salsahiphop #fusion #puertorico #newyork #spanishharlem #eastharlem #mural

  • Danza classica Mis Amores from Puerto Rico.

    4:35

    This Danza from Puerto Rico is an inmortal piece by composer Simon Madera. The Danza is a classical style comparable to the polish mazurcas composed by F.Chopin. This is a new and unique arrangement by Pablo Cintron. Performed by Pablo Cintron.

  • La Salsa De Puerto Rico

    4:51

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    La Salsa De Puerto Rico · N'Klabe

    I Love Salsa

    ℗ 2005 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (US Latin) LLC

    Released on: 2001-08-07

    Composer, Lyricist, Producer: Angelo Torres
    Arranger: Unknown

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  • Puerto Rican Jíbaras Maravilloso Mix!!!????????????Latin Caribbean Guitarra???? Musica!????World Music

    24:26

    Jíbaro music consists of two categories of genres: the vocal music and instrumental music. This category of genres, Manuel Alonso and Gíbaro in his book, published in 1849, distinguishes many of these genres, such as 'dances scribbles'.
     
    (The squiggle was and remains a wooden hook used by the Jivaro as a tool to cut with the blade of the machete.)
     
    The genres of vocal music are interpreted with a few simple instruments orchestra composed of four, guitar and guiro, to which we add one or more singers, or troubadours. In this orchestra they reinforce commonly during the course of the twentieth century with bongos, maracas, sticks or keys. Sometimes hand Symphony also known as Symphony buttons, and other occasions, instruments like the accordion, congas and cowbell, the, which would become our national brand then added thereto is used.
     
    The most common genera of peasant vocal music are the bonus and six. These genres are played by two types of singers: The singer who selects tenths of oral tradition, or the minstrel or troubadour improvises his tenths instantly using a forced foot generally corresponding to the last verse of the tenth. The bonuses and six are interpreted throughout the year at different events and celebrations, or religious rituals or cantaos as rosaries in weddings, baptisms, in festivals, dances and jíbaros. However they are especially important during the holiday season, particularly in the music of trowels or carousing promises. In some regions are sung, together with the Christmas bonus and the six strings and horses as part of the Christmas promises metrpolitana outside the area of ​​San Juan.

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  • Aqui Estoy Yo

    5:37

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    Music video by Luis Fonsi performing Aqui Estoy Yo. (C) 2009 Universal Music Latino

  • Music of Puerto Rico Neighborhood Artist Concert

    2:33

    Saturday | March 7, 2020 | 3pm | Union United Methodist Church
    Celebrity Series of Boston presents a Neighborhood Arts concert
    in collaboration with Union United Methodist Church
    Sol y Canto
    Rosi Amador lead vocals, percussion
    Brian Folkins-Amador guitar, vocals
    Keala Kaumeheiwa bass
    Paul Lieberman sax, flute, percussion
    Zayra Pola Ocasio percussion
    with special guests
    Christian Figueroa vocals
    Fabiola Méndez cuatro

  • Despacito LIVE in Puerto Rico | Violin and Ukulele

    3:08

    While traveling in Puerto Rico for fun, I had the opportunity to hang out with my new friend, Ian, and his family on their coffee farm in the mountains. We had never met before, but we spent the afternoon jamming, recording music, and we made this video. Spontaneous music making is an awesome thing! Be sure to like, share this video, and subscribe to our channel!
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  • Bad Bunny Talks Growing Up in Vega Baja and Early Music Influences

    3:08

    In this Honda Backstage interview, Bad Bunny discusses his upbringing in Puerto Rico and his biggest musical influences.

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    Through Honda Stage, Honda Backstage, live events like Honda Civic Tour and Honda Stage festivals, and exclusive online content from partners including Billboard, iHeartMedia, UPROXX, Vevo and Snapchat, Honda offers music fans access to the music moments they love and celebrates the creativity and drive it takes to make it big.

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  • Jennifer Lopez - Plenarriqueña

    6:11

    Plenarriqueña by Jennifer Lopez from Let's Get Loud (Live)
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    Chorus:
    Orgullosa estoy
    De mi patria y mi bandera
    Por eso la represento
    Hoy aqu y donde quiera que voy
    Es un sentir el cual siempre est presente
    El de mi cultura y mi gente
    Y es el que,
    Ahora voy a compartir...Isla tan bonita
    Cuanto a ti te quiero
    Eres conocida
    En el mundo entero
    Por tu belleza que no tiene comparacin
    Tu gente y tu sencillez
    Son dignas de admiracin

    #JenniferLopez #Plenarriqueña #LetsGetLoudLive

  • Andrea Cruz: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    15:11

    March 27, 2019 | Felix Contreras -- Andrea Cruz brought a little bit of Puerto Rico with her when she took her place behind the Tiny Desk. It was present by way of the flag she hung up on the shelves, as well as in the lyrics of the songs and the style of music she expresses herself with.

    It's important to note that the instrumentation of the band that traveled with her (keyboard, two percussionists and trombone) hardly fits what you'd expect music from the island to sound like these days. But Cruz is part of a movement in Puerto Rico that emphasizes largely acoustic instruments and a folk-based approach to interpreting life before and after the hurricane of 2017. It's a bold creative statement in a land of reggaeton and salsa.

    Cruz drew on songs from her first album, 2017's Tejido de Laurel. The emotion of the lyrics of the first song, No Toquemos Tierra, is evident in her angelic voice as she makes a declaration of love for the earth as a metaphor for a lover. The beauty of the song is in her poetic lyrics set to a melody that defies language.

    I was very pleased to see that Cruz's live performance is very much like the stripped-down sound on her album and the handful of singles she's released. In fact, I would say her music is a perfect soundtrack to a growing, back-to-nature movement in Puerto Rico that encourages local farming and a careful stewardship of the environment. Santas Flores also digs deep into that philosophy as she sings about holy flowers.

    Andrea Cruz spent her time talking to the audience in a mix of English and Spanish and there was no mistaking the intense feeling behind her song about femicide on the island in the song, Canción de Amargura. The sound of the entire ensemble was elevated by Cruz's plaintive vocals at the end.

    Andrea Cruz is a bright new voice coming from an island with a deep history of revered vocalists and, as you can see, she more than holds her own.

    SET LIST
    No Toquemos Tierra
    Santas Flores'
    Canción de Amargura
    Contigo

    MUSICIANS
    Andrea Cruz: lead vocal, guitar; Ángel Rafael Rivera: percussion, cuatro venezolano; Jomar Santana: trombone, Francisco Marrero: percussion; Antony Granados: keyboard

    CREDITS
    Producers: Felix Contreras, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineers: Josh Rogosin, Patrick Boyd; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kimani Oletu, CJ Riculan; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Production Assistant: Adelaide Sandstrom; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR

  • Jamsession @ Escambron Puerto Rico Reggae Music

    3:04

    Marcus N.R.G. Vibes and Puerto Rican Reggae Band, Dani Roots Keys, Angel Diaz Drums. Jamsession @ Escambron Puerto Rico.

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    Me recordará
    cuando despierte
    y me extrañará
    al no tenerme
    me sentirá en sus brazos
    y llenará el espacio
    con los detalles míos
    que la hacían soñar.
    Acariciar su piel
    es una aventura
    y en su mirar no ves
    que hay una duda
    es mía porque siente
    que me ha querido siempre
    Sabía que era yo
    antes de llegar.
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    si cada paso que dio
    lo dio por mi
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    no ves que he sido yo quien le enseño a sentir
    ¿A donde ira? no se
    cuando despierte y no me vea
    de madrugada
    y yo ¿a donde ire?
    sin ella no soy nada.
    La hacian sonreir
    mis travesuras
    lloraba de sentir
    pasion a oscuras
    no era suficiente
    el darse en cuerpo y mente
    quería darme más
    todo y mucho más.
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    si cada paso que dió
    lo dió por mi
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    no ves que he sido yo quien le enseño a sentir
    ¿A donde ira? no se
    cuando despierte y no me vea
    de madrugada
    y yo ¿a donde ire?
    sin ella no soy nada.
    * ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    si cada paso que dió
    todo lo que ella aprendió
    te digo lo aprendio por mi.
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    ¿que pasara cuando despierte y no me vea
    de madrugada?
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    tu me recordarás y me vas a extrañar
    no ves que he sido yo y yo y yo y yo
    quien te enseño a sentir.
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    hay...
    ¿quien llenará? ¿quien llenará? ¿quien llenará? el espacio
    ahora que no estas aqui.
    * ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    nos necesitamos mi amor
    y yo no se ¿a donde vas a ir sin mi? ¿a donde voy a ir sin ti?
    Oye
    el que se fue se fue
    y yo sigo aqui con la Puerto Rican Power.
    Escuchame
    * ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    este amor
    no puede acabar asi.
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    felicidad no conozco
    desde que te vi partir.
    ¿A donde iras sin mi?
    y yo a donde ire
    sin ella no soy nada.

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