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Claudia Montoya - Prisionera de tu amor View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Chile

With her eclectic and multicultural music, Yabla is lucky to have talented singer-songwriter Claudia Montoya as a friend. In “Prisionera de tu amor” [Prisoner of Your Love], the German-Chilean artist explores the musical conventions of flamenco, including its Arabic influences.

Lupita Infante - Estoy buscando a Santa Claus

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Lupita Infante, the daughter of legendary Mexican singer-songwriter Pedro Infante, brings us this Christmas tune with a jazz flare.

Indira Amarí y José David Arcila - Siénteme

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia, Venezuela

Artists Indira Amarí and José David Arcila from Venezuela and Colombia, respectively, combine their singing/songwriting talents on the beautiful collaboration, "Siénteme" [Feel Me]. Don't forget to check out their repertoires on the major digital platforms.

Trabuco Contrapunto - Mano Muerta Feat. Budú

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Hailing from Caracas, Venezuela, the group Trabuco Contrapunto has its roots in tropical music and Afro-Latin rhythms with a Venezuelan flare. On this song, prominent Venezuelan hip hop personality Budú joins them. Don't forget to support these artists' music by searching for them on the major digital platforms.

Maria Manuela - Pueblito Viejo

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Colombia

Eight-year-old María Manuela tells us a bit about herself before treating us to her rendition of one of Colombian folklore's best-known melodies, "Pueblito viejo" [Little Old Town] by composer José Alejandro Morales.

Santiago Sandoval - Amaneceré

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

various

Forty-five artists from ten different countries participated in the making of the video for this wonderful song entitled "Amanecer" [Waking Up], which is dedicated to all the artists in the world who have seen their work affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Latin Monkey - Girasol View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Mexico

Listen to the catchy pop tune "Girasol" [Sunflower] by Mexican Band Latin Monkey.

Félix Carlos - Hello Chamo

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

In Hello Chamo, a song by Venezuelan singer Félix Carlos, he takes us on a tour of the streets of New York as he encounters some of his fellow Venezuelans— some of them well-known— who also live in the city. The rhythm of the song is the traditional Calypso from the El Callao municipality, a festive beat that contrasts his sad narration about immigration.

Temblor Feat. Itzia Aranda - Suena Disco

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

Musician and songwriter, Jorge Garcia, leads the band, Suena Disco. Their single, Temblor, featuring guest artist, Itzia Aranda, incorporates electronic music from Guadalajara with a tropical flare.

Latin Monkey - Latin Monkey View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Here's another catchy tune by the Latin Monkey band. Let's dance!

AdicoRock - Préndanlo

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Venezuela

The Venezuelan band, AdicoRock, invites you all to light up life's good vibes and enjoy their new single, "Préndanlo," [Light It Up] with friends. Don't miss their reggaeflow music on the major digital platforms!

Natalia Barahona - Santo View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Natalia Barahona is a Venezuelan artist of Chilean origin. In this video for her single, "Santo" [Saint], she merges these two cultures, singing a song from a traditional eastern Venezuelan genre while exhibiting images of Chile's representative "cueca" dance.

Natalia Barahona - Ir y venir View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Natalia Barahona (Venezuela/Chile) is a singer-songwriter with many years of experience in musical genres ranging from folklore to modern. Her work is recognized on alternative networks in America and Europe, such as Bandcamp and Spotify.

Claudia Montoya - Volverte a abrazar View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Chile

Claudia Montoya shares with Yabla her most recent single, "Volverte a abrazar" [To Hug You Again]. Accompanied by an eclectic group of artists from Germany, Argentina, Cuba, Chile, Japan, Spain, and Peru, Montoya describes rhythmically this period of quarantine and her desire to return to normality.

Mochuelo - La caja

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Venezuelan rock/pop group, Mochuelo, won the prestigious 2005 "Festival Nuevas Bandas" [New Band Festival], an important Latin American music industry event. This time, they delight us with their “pandemic version” of one of their most famous songs: "La caja" [The Box].

Yátu - Lo que vendrá View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Juan Bautista López, a.k.a. Yátu, is considered one of the forefathers of Venezuelan rock and has been an important influence for many Latin American artists. Available via all the major platforms, his music combines alternative rock, blues, and punk. Visit his Instagram page via the following link.

Tatobox - Plastic View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Originally from Venezuela, Eduardo Cedeño, a.k.a. Tatobox, is a New York-based composer, musician, and producer with a long career in alternative rock. In his song, "Plastic," which promotes global ecological awareness, Tatobox is accompanied by the "cuatro," a typical instrument from his country. Enjoy more of his work on social media.

Jarabe de Palo - Depende View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

"Depende" [It Depends], the first single from Jarabe de Palo's album of the same name, was an international hit upon its 1998 release. Inspired by the success of their first record, frontman Pau once again demonstrated his group's musical and poetic creativity.

Zoom soon bao - Al norte del sur

Difficulty: difficulty - Advanced Advanced

Venezuela

Zoom Soon Bao is Venezuelan musician Andres Moncada Frometa's solo project. Mixing elements of traditional Venezuelan music with electronic rhythms, ZSB portrays the simultaneous chaos and beauty in many Latin American countries. The song, "Al norte del sur" [To the North of the South], is an ode to the crude life in Venezuela's capital, Caracas.

Luis Guitarra - Todo va a ir bien View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

Spanish singer-songwriter, Luis Guitarra, shares with us his beautiful and inspirational melody, "Todo va a ir bien" [Everything's Going to Be Alright].

Claudia Montoya - Perdí mi identidad View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Chile

Born in Chile, singer-songwriter Claudia Montoya resides in the south of Germany. In her song, "Perdí mi identidad" [I Lost My Identity], Claudia narrates her adventures and memories as an immigrant in Europe. Visit https://www.facebook.com/sabor.jam to familiarize yourself with more of Claudia's work.

Álvaro Soler - El Mismo Sol View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

Released on April 2, 2015, "El Mismo Sol" (The Same Sun) was singer-songwriter Álvaro Soler's first single. Based on the success of its music video, which was published on his personal YouTube channel, he later signed with Universal Music, who released the song on iTunes as Soler's debut on May 8th of the same year.

Thalia - No me enseñaste

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

The song, "No me enseñaste" [You Didn't Teach Me] is one of Mexican singer, Thalia's, most famous hits. Enjoy the official video of this romantic and melancholy tune!

Vicente Fernandez - Por Tu Maldito Amor View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

Also known as the “The King of Ranchera Music,” Vicente Fernández is a retired singer, film producer and actor from Mexico who is considered a symbol of Latin American culture. Released in 1989, “Por Tu Maldito Amor” [Because of Your Damn Love] is the title track from his fifteenth studio album, which topped the Billboard Regional Mexican Album chart for 21 straight weeks.

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