Latino Music

SVB Cuban American Dance Music Miami

Posted by on Sep 12, 2012 in Latino Music | Comments Off

Miami, Florida has a brand new band hitting the Latin American music scene! The Cuban American Dance music group SVB is already making headlines with their cutting-edge tunes! Their name stems from the initials of the three member’s stage names: Seven (Michael Da La Nuez), Vitto (Cesar Cordero), and Bartet (Juan Bartet). They feature Cubano flavored rap which Seven performs with Vitto as DJ and back up vox. Bartet handles the songwriting. The most unbelievable thing about this band is that they have only been together since June of this year and already have tracks trending. Being Miami boys, the band brings a very distinct Cuban influence to their contagious dance sounds with years of experience under their belts.

Seven is an avid poet and loves literature, which has in turn fused the language barrier between Spanish and English with a sense of joining together quality cross language lyrics, creating more fans with varied musical tastes. Vitto’s profound ability to DJ has helped them monumentally gain a foothold in what it takes to survive in a rough dance music territory “In Miami”. And with his golden voice, Vitto adds a dimension that blends perfectly with Seven’s raps. To check them out, head over to their page on Facebook or their website at SVBMusic.com.

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Pitbull Rapper

Posted by on Sep 6, 2012 in Latino Music | Comments Off

Pitbull, born Armando Christian Perez, has been a hit since his debut in 2002 when he did an album with Lil’ Wayne. Lil’ Wayne who frequents Miami, Pitbull’s hometown, recognized Pitbull Rapper had the skillz. Pitbull’s music and hot music videos are popular in the US and Latin American countries. He’s been building momentum in the Latin rap community for a decade now. Perez is of Cuban decent and was born in Miami. While he is Cuban, he is a white Cuban, most likely of Castillian Spanish descent and has blue eyes, so early on, this was an issue for him getting cred in the Cubano community of Latino meztizas and criollas. His proving grounds were the streets of Miami, he began dealing drugs.

When he was sixteen his mother kicked him out of the house, because Pitbull was dealing and this was starting to threaten her safety. Yet that didn’t stop him from graduating from Miami Coral Park High School and starting his rapping career. When he was trying to start his music career, he got blown off a lot by record industry peeps who didn’t see the explosive market appeal of Latin rap. He gave an insider an explanation as to why he chose the stage name “Pitbull” by stating, “They bite to lock. And they’re outlawed in Dade County. They’re basically everything that I am. It’s been a constant fight.” His music has been in many films such as: 2 Fast 2 Furious, Easy A, Dance Flick, Step Up 2: The Streets etc. Check out his Youtube video “Suavamente” which has over 46 million views.

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Trade Show Exhibits Las Vegas

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Latino Music | Comments Off

The Design Factory features high quality, attention-getting and innovative booth displays, exhibition stands and trade show exhibits las vegas that you can either rent or buy. What makes the Design Factory stand out even more in the trade show exhibits las vegas marketplace is the level of service they provide and follow-through including complete set-up and take-down if needed.

Recently, The Design Factory was ultra excited to host a tv commercial for the Blackberry Torch 4G by AT&T featuring Paulina Rubio. Paulina is a multi-talented Mexican singer, model, actress and celebrity. Blackberry, AT&T and Paulina Rubio used the offices of The Design Factory because of their impressive design, instead of using a set to shoot this tv commercial. While Paulina Rubio appeared briefly in the commercial production as “the new boss”, The Design Factory spared no expense in providing a huge dressing room with all luxuries available regardless for this world renowned celebrity, which also showcased the level of service they provide all their clientele.

The bottom line is that The Design Factory doesn’t just feature impressive trade show exhibits and excellence in conceptualizing and designing exhibition stands, but their offices also speak for their creative design aesthetic and visual appeal.

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How to Play the Piano

Posted by on Apr 29, 2012 in Latino Music | Comments Off

If you’ve always wanted to learn how to play the piano, there’s no need to pay for expensive one-on-one live lessons with a piano teacher. The trend in almost all learning methods is to go with online lessons, this includes learning foreign languages like Spanish to learning to play musical instruments. How to play the piano isn’t that difficult if you apply yourself to learning, meaning you must set aside time to learn how to play and to practice as well.

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Piano Music is beneficial to the soul as it expresses emotions and is a creative outlet. Imagine the joy and pride you will feel when you master learning how to play the piano, not only for yourself, but also to play for others. There is a lot of Piano Music you would probably love to be able to play on your piano. Why not start learning how to play the piano now? There is a long tradition of piano music in Latin Music and other styles of piano music from blues to jazz to classical to rock and more. If your piano is just something you dust every week, why? Don’t let that beautiful instrument just sit there, learn how to play the piano. It’s not difficult, especially if you follow detailed online courses that show you, step-by-step, how to play the piano.

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Bilingual Music Children

Posted by on Mar 12, 2012 in Latino Music | Comments Off

Teaching children Spanish or enhancing a child’s natural bilingual learning capability is easy with children’s music that is bilingual Spanish-English. There is a brand new cd album release featuring songs for learning Spanish titled “Uno Dos – Songs for Learning Spanish”. You can find out more about this children’s music album at SingwithSenor.com. Or if you are a teacher, educator or parent interested in educational material featuring bilingual songs for learning Spanish, you can buy the “Uno Dos – Songs for Learning Spanish” album by clicking the banner to buy the album at SingwithSenor.com.

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It’s critical more than ever for children to be bilingual in America and bilingual music children is a key to becoming fully bilingual. In many American cities, Spanish is rapidly becoming the predominant or co-dominant language. Where I live in Miami, Florida, it is estimated that 75% of the city’s population speaks Spanish as their first language. I plan on raising bilingual children. Songs for learning Spanish will be perfect educational material for my children to become bilingual Spanish-English. Children’s music makes it fun for children to learn. “Uno Dos – Songs for Learning Spanish” by Sing with Senor was developed for both teachers and students and parents and children. The feedback on the album has been very positive. As additional educational material, the Lyrics to the songs on “Uno Dos – Songs for Learning Spanish” can be downloaded or printed at SingwithSenor.com and Lesson Plans are also included on the website so that teachers or parents can reinforce the learning experience within each song.

Buy the Album – on CDBaby.com – Uno Dos – Songs for Learning Spanish

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Moombahton

Posted by on Feb 19, 2012 in Latino Music | Comments Off

If you love Electronic Dance Music (EDM) and you aren’t familiar with Moombahton, you should check it out. What is Moombahton? It is a genre within EDM similar to reggaeton which most EDM club aficionados are familiar with, especially its style and drum beats. For a Wiki that details the origin of Moombahton, visit ElectronicDanceMusic.com, a comprehensive source on all genres of Electronic Dance Music.

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Moombahton is one of the newest styles of Electronic Dance Music, having been born on the turntables just a little over two years ago when DJ and Producer Dave Nada slowed down an Electro House track at a basement dance party from approximately 128 bpm to 108 bpm. That track just happened to be titled “Moombah” and thereafter, that particular genre of Electronic Dance Music became known as Moombahton. Dava Nada also produced the first Moombahton tracks, which featured his signature style along with Latin vocals. These seminal tracks set the pattern for the Moombahton drumbeats integrating bass drum beats with other drum beat types such as snare drum or bongos. This drumbeat pattern also prevails in Reggaeton and Soca (Afro dance rhythm from Trinidad / Tobago). Even though Dave Nada literally invented Moombahton, the DJ hasn’t laid down tight rules over other Moombahton artists…other than to state that to be considered Moombahton, a track has has to stay at 108bpm.

Some of the hottest Moombahton artists besides its originator Dave Nada are: Munchi, DJ Sabo who mixes in Latin flavor into his tracks, Heartbreak and DJ Melo.


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