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Latin R&B (also known as Spanish R&B) is a style of R&B that originated in Latin America and the United States. It is a musical subgenre of American contemporary R&B and Latin trap that also takes influence from dancehall.[1] The genre began to gain popularity in the late 2010s and has since spread throughout Latin America.


Vocals include a majority of singing and occasionally rapping, in Spanish. The lyrics in Latin R&B are often about sadness, heartbreak, and sex.[1]


Latin R&B can trace its roots to Latin pop songs with an American R&B and new jack swing influence, such as the Selena/Barrio Boyzz song "Donde Quiera Que Estés" released in 1994.[2] According to Rolling Stone, Spanish-language singles by Alex Rose, Rauw Alejandro and Paloma Mami, which borrow from R&B, reached a global audience.[1] In Latin America, the genre became popular with Alex Rose's "Toda",[1] Dalex's "Pa Mi" and "Cuaderno",[3] and most notably Sech's "Otro Trago".[4] The song "Otro Trago" reached number one in Spain, Argentina, Colombia and Mexico.[5] In the United States, "Otro Trago" reached the top of the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart and peaked at No. 34 in the Hot 100.[6]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d "Latin Artists Changed Trap Music Forever — R&B Is Next". Rolling Stone. Retrieved January 24, 2019.
  2. ^ "THE RISE OF SPANISH LANGUAGE R&B". tidal. Retrieved 2019-09-25.
  3. ^ Roiz, Jessica (2019-06-06). "Latin Artist on the Rise: How 'Pa Mi (Remix)' Put Puerto Rican Artist Dalex On the Map". billboard. Retrieved 2019-06-06.
  4. ^ Cobo, Leila (2019-07-22). "How Rich Music's Father-Son Duo Are Leading the Way For Latin R&B". billboard. Retrieved 2019-07-22.
  5. ^ Suarez, Gary (9 June 2019). "With Two Concurrent Billboard Latin Hits, Sech Could Be Urbano's Next Big Thing". Forbes. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  6. ^ "Sech's 'Otro Trago Featuring Darell Hits No. 1 On Hot Latin Songs Chart". billboard. Retrieved 2019-08-09.
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