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  1. As Latin freestyle in the late 1980s and early 1990s gradually became superseded with house music, dance-pop, and regular hip hop on one front and Spanish-language pop music with marginal Latin freestyle influences on another, "harder strain" of house music originating in New York City was known to incorporate elements of Latin freestyle and the old school hip hop sound.

    • Latin freestyle, Latin hip-hop
    • NYC hard house
  2. Freestyle music or Latin freestyle is a type of electronic dance music. It became popular during the mid and late 1980s. However, this kind of music started falling in fame during the 1990s. Freestyle music continues to be created and played on radio stations that are still of interest to the Latin and Italian communities.

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  4. Musical Freestyles are a component of the dressage competition at the Olympics, and the World Equestrian Games, where the Grand Prix Freestyle is used. Scoring components The scoring of the freestyle is divided up into two major sections, known as Technical Execution, and Artistic Presentation. Technical requirements

  5. Pages in category "Freestyle music songs" The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). A All She Wants Is B Bad of the Heart (song) C Crush (Grace Jones song) D Domino Dancing Dreamin' of Love E Enamorada de Ti (song) F Fascinated (Company B song) H Hungry for Your Love I

  6. Freestyle is a verse that is free of style. Meaning, it wasn't written to a particular beat or predetermined cadence. It is similar to other improvisational music, such as jazz, where a lead instrumentalist acts as an improviser with a supporting band providing a beat.

  7. O Freestyle ou Latin Freestyle é um gênero de música eletrônica que surgiu na Região Metropolitana de Nova York na década de 1980, a partir de jovens com ascendência latina (principalmente porto-riquenha e cubana) que produziam canções com teclados e baterias eletrônicas, ambos popularizados e mais acessíveis financeiramente nos anos 80.

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