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    Latin music ( Portuguese and Spanish: música latina) is a term used by the music industry as a catch-all arbitrary category for various styles of music from Latin America, Spain, Portugal, and the United States inspired by older Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese music genres, as well as music sung in the Spanish or Portuguese language.

  2. Latin music ( Portuguese and Spanish: música latina) is a term used by the music industry as a catch-all genre for various styles of music from Latin America, Spain, Portugal, and the United States inspired by older Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese music genres, as well as music sung in Spanish or Portuguese language. ( Full article... )

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  4. The origins of Latin American music can be traced back to the Spanish and Portuguese conquest of the Americas in the 16th century, when the European settlers brought their music from overseas. Latin American music is performed in Spanish, Portuguese, and to a lesser extent, French. Contents 1 Popular music styles by country and territory

    • 16th century, Latin America
    • Charts
    • Overview
    • 1980
    • 1981
    • 1982
    • 1983
    • 1984
    • 1985
    List of number-one BillboardTop Latin Songs from the 1980s
    List of number-one BillboardLatin Pop Albums from the 1980s
    List of number-one BillboardRegional Mexican Albums from the 1980s
    List of number-one BillboardTropical Albums from the 1980s

    The 1980s saw the major record labels such as RCA/Ariola, CBS, and EMI form their own Latin music divisions. By 1985, Billboard noted that the Latin music industry saw increase in awareness from major corporations such as Coca-Cola promoting Julio Iglesias and Pepsi advertising Menudo.

    Events

    1. February 27: Irakere wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Recording at the 22nd Annual Grammy Awardsfor their self-titled album. 2. November 15 – Rafael José, representing Puerto Rico, wins the 9th Annual Festivalwith his song "Contigo Mujer".

    Notable singles

    1. Iván: "Sin Amor" (#1 in Spain) 2. Pecos: "Háblame de Tí" (#1 in Spain) 3. Francis Cabrel: "La quiero a morir" (#1 in Spain) 4. Julio Iglesias: "Hey!" (#1 in Argentina,#1 in Spain) 5. Miguel Bosé: "Morir de amor" (#1 in Spain) 6. Miguel Bosé: "Don Diablo" (#1 in Spain) 7. Mario Milito: "Este es Mi Regalo" (#1 in Argentina) 8. Toto Cutugno: "Sólo tú, sólo yo" 9. Ángela Carrasco: "Quiereme" (#1 in Argentina)

    Events

    1. February 25: Cal Tjader wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Recording at the 23rd Annual Grammy Awards for La Onda Va Bien. 2. December 5 – Francisco[es], representing Spain, wins the 10th Annual OTI Festival[es]with his song "Latino".

    Notable singles

    1. Camilo Sesto: "Perdóname" (#1 in Spain) 2. Ana Belén: "Que será" (#1 in Spain) 3. Iván: "Te Quiero Tanto" (#1 in Spain) 4. José Luis Perales: "Te Quiero" (#1 in Spain) 5. Víctor Manuel: "Ay Amor" (#1 in Spain) 6. Julio Iglesias: "De niña a mujer" (#1 in Spain) 7. Lucrecia: "Papucho Mío" (#1 in Argentina) 8. Franco Simone: "Tu Para Mi" (#1 in Argentina) 9. Pimpinela: "Tú Me Promiste Volver" 10. Jeanette: "Frente a Frente" (#1 in Argentina)

    Events

    1. The first edition of the Juguemos a Cantarfestival is launched in Mexico. It consisted of a competition between young singers below the age of 13, with the intent to seek out young talent; indeed, many of the children that performed on the three editions of the festival would go on to have successful music careers as adults. 2. February 25: Claire Fischer wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Recording at the 24th Annual Grammy Awardsfor "Guajira Pa' Me Jeva". 3. December 5 – Raúl Menacho,...

    Notable singles

    1. Sandra Mihanovich]: "Puerto Pollensa" (#1 in Argentina) 2. Camilo Sesto": "Amor, no me ignores" (#1 in Mexico) 3. Amanda Miguel: "Él me mintió" (#1 in Mexico) 4. Amanda Miguel: "Mi buen corazón" (#1 in Mexico) 5. Luis Miguel: "1+1=2 enamorados" (#1 in Mexico) 6. Yuri: "Maldita Primavera" (#1 in Mexico) 7. Menudo: "Fuego" (#1 in Mexico) 8. Ricchi e Poveri: "Será porque te amo" (#1 in Spain) 9. Paloma San Basilio: "Juntos" (#1 in Spain) 10. Mecano: ""Me Colé en una Fiesta" (#1 in Spain) 11....

    Events

    1. February 23: Machito wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Recording at the 25th Annual Grammy Awards for Machito and His Salsa Big Band '82. 2. June 18 – The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences announces that the Grammy Award for Latin music would be split into three separate categories: Best Latin Pop Performance, Best Mexican/Mexican-American Performance, and Best Tropical Latin Performance. 3. October 29 – Jesse, representing Brazil, wins the 12th Annual OTI Festival[es]with...

    Notable singles

    1. Luis Miguel: "Directo al corazón" (#1 in Mexico) 2. Menudo: "Claridad" (#1 in Mexico) 3. Amanda Miguel: "Castillos" (#1 in Mexico) 4. Rocío Dúrcal: "Tienes que ser cruel" (#1 in Mexico) 5. Yuri: "Yo te amo, te amo" (#1 in Mexico) 6. Daniela Romo: "Mentiras" (#1 in Mexico) 7. Daniela Romo: "Celos" (#1 in Mexico) 8. Juan Gabriel: "Caray" (#1 in Mexico) 9. Tino Casal: "Embrujada" (#1 in Spain) 10. Azul y Negro: "No Tengo Tiempo (Con los Dedos de una Mano)" 11. Pimpinela: "Olvídame y Pega la V...

    Events

    1. February 28 – The 26th Annual Grammy Awards are held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.: 1.1. José Feliciano wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance for Me Enamoré. 1.2. Los Lobos wins the Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Performance for "Anselma". 1.3. Tito Puente wins the Grammy Award for Best Tropical Latin Performance for On Broadway. 2. November 10 – Fernando Ubiergo, representing Chile, wins the 13th Annual OTI Festival[es]with his song "A...

    Notable singles

    1. José José: "Lo Dudo" (#1 in Mexico) 2. Lucía Méndez: "Mi amor, amor" 3. Lani Hall and Camilo Sesto: "Corazón encadenado" 4. Juan Gabriel: "Querida" (#1 in Mexico) 5. La Unión: "Lobo-Hombre en París" (#1 in Spain) 6. Tino Casal: "Pánico en El Edén" (#1 in Spain) 7. José Luis Perales: "Tentación" (#1 in Spain) 8. Miguel Bosé: "Sevila" (#1 in Spain) 9. Alaska y Dinarama: "¿Cómo Pudiste Hacerme Esto a Mí?" (#1 in Spain)

    Events

    1. February 26 – The 27th Annual Grammy Awards are held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.: 1.1. Plácido Domingo wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance for Siempre en Mi Corazón — Always in My Heart. 1.2. Sheena Easton and Luis Miguel wins the Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Performance for "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres". 1.3. Eddie Palmieri wins the Grammy Award for Best Tropical Latin Performance for Palo Pa Rumbia. 2. June 29 – Billboard debuts thr...

    Notable singles

    1. Raphael: "Yo Sigo Siendo Aquel" (US Cashbox: "Most Added") 2. Jorge Rigo: "Sola" (US Cashbox: "Most Added") 3. Lani Hall and Roberto Carlos: "De Repente el Amor" (US Cashbox: "Most Added") 4. Carlos Mata: "¿Que Porque Te Quiero?" (US Cashbox: "Most Added") 5. Hermanos (Various artists): "Cantaré, cantarás" (US Cashbox: "Most Added") 6. Juan Gabriel: "Querida" (#1 in Mexico) 7. Luis Miguel: "Palabra de Honor" (#1 in Mexico) 8. Lucía Méndez: "Corazón de piedra" (#1 in Mexico) 9. Rocío Dúrcal...

  5. Latin American music has long influenced popular American music within the industry catch-all term "Latin music", especially jazz, rhythm and blues, and country music, even giving rise to unique US styles of music including salsa, New Mexico, Tejano, and Western. Fusion genres such as Chicano rock, Nuyorican rap, and Chicano rap have arisen ...

  6. April 21 – The Latin American Music Awards of 2022 take place at Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas. KG0516 by Karol G wins Album of the Year. "Dakiti" by Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez wins Song of the Year. Karol G wins Artist of the Year. María Becerra wins New Artist of the Year.

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