Courtesy Johan Kugelberg


Dancers: From the 1940s onward, New York-based musicians helped shape Caribbean styles like mambo, cha cha chá and salsa, and had a powerful musical influence throughout Latin America. Collaborations between Caribbean Latinos and African Americans, who lived together in neighborhoods like Harlem and the Bronx, inspired jazz, rhythm and blues, and hip hop. Bailarines: Desde los 1940, músicos en Nueva York han ayudado a darle forma a estilos caribeños como el mambo, el cha cha chá y la salsa y han ejercido una influencia musical poderosa en toda Latinoamérica. Colaboraciones entre latinos caribeños y afroamericanos, quienes vivían juntos en vecindarios como Harlem y el Bronx, fueron inspiración para el jazz, el rhythm and blues y el hip hop.

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