Latin pop

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Latin pop (Pop Latino, in Spaingie, Italian, an Portuguese; Pop Latine in French) generally refers tae pop muisic that haes wha mey be perceivit a Laitin influence. Geografically, it coud refer tae pop muisic frae Laitin Americae or Laitin Europe (Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Romanie). Latin pop muisic is uisually sung in Spaingie, Portuguese, French, Italian or ither Romance leids, awtho Inglis an ither leids are no uncommon. In addeetion, mony internaitional airtists frae Fraunce an Italy aften sing in Spaingie for Spaingie leid audiences.

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Latin pop is ane o the maist popular Laitin muisic genres the day. Housomeivver, afore the arrival o airtists like Shakira an Ricky Martin, Latin pop first reached a global audience throu the wirk o baundleader Sergio Mendes in the mid-1960s; [1] in later decades, it wis defined bi the romantic muisic that legendar airtists such as Julio Iglesias an Roberto Carlos producit back in the 1970s.Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; invalid names, e.g. too many

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  1. Latin Pop, Rhapsody , retrieved 08 January 2013.