|Cultural origins||Late 2010s, Latin America (particularly Puerto Rico)|
Latin dancehall is a style of that is originated in Puerto Rico. The genre is a subgenre of Dancehall and takes influence from reggaeton and occasionally Latin trap and R&B. The genre's popularity began with "La Modelo" and has since spread throughout Latin America.
History[edit | edit source]
2018–present[edit | edit source]
After "La Modelo" by Ozuna released reaching No. 3 in Billboard Hot Latin Songs, it became popular and identified as its own subgenre Latin dancehall. Now it's continuing with songs for example "Te Bote", "X" and other songs. On late 2018, Bad Bunny and Drake released "Mia" which peaked at No. 1 in Billboard Hot Latin Songs and No. 5 in Billboard Hot 100 and 6ix9ine and Anuel AA released "Bebe" which peaked which peaked at No. 1 in Billboard Hot Latin Songs and No. 30 in Billboard Hot 100.
Notable artists[edit | edit source]
Notable songs[edit | edit source]
- "Adán y Eva"
- "Cuando Te Besé"
- "Ella Quiere Beber"
- "La Modelo"
- "Taki Taki"
- "Te Amo"
- "Te Boté"
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