Latin House is an electronic dance music subgenre that mixes together house and Latin American music, such as that of Brazilian, Puerto Rican, Mexican, Cuban, Dominican and Colombian origin.
In the 1990s a new generation of producers and labels broke into the market. Nervous Records released "Quiero Saber" by the Latin Kings, produced by Masters at Work, as well as "Everything's All Right" by Arts of Rhythm and "Philly The Blunt" by Trinidad. Strictly Rhythm employed producer Armand van Helden, who released "Pirates of The Caribbean Vol. III". Songs from the same label include DJ Dero's "Sube", The Tribe's "Go-san-do", R.A.W.'s "Asuca" produced by Erick Morillo, Rare Arts' "Boricua Posse", Escandalo's "Mas Buena" and Fiasco's "Las Mujeres" produced by Norty Cotto, Latin Kaos' "El Bandolero" and "Muevete Mama" and "Sugar Cane" by Afro-Cube.
Today many other Latino house artists have emerged to create many successful songs of this genre, and also remixes. Dj Villano is at the fore front of this new generation of artist.
Desperado will be a monthly podcast dedicated to tech house, hand selected by Dj Villano.
We will also be revisiting some of the classics that pioneered this subgenre of music.
Tune into the podcast exclusively at Dj Villano Presents: The Desperado Podcast 2013 by Dj ViLLaNo
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