Tag Archives: music

Reggaeton Roundup 2016

Posted on 30. Dec, 2016 by .


A 2016 reggaeton playlist featuring Arcangel, Bad Bunny, Los de la Nazza, Alexio, Daddy Yankee, Ozuna, Lui-G 21 Plus, Nicky Jam, Crazy Design and Carlitos Wey.

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Spanish-Language Songs for Children

Posted on 29. Oct, 2016 by .


A playlist of Spanish-language songs for children featuring Canciones de la Granja and classics like Pulgarcito and Don Pepito Verdulero.

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A Gringo’s Intro to Reggaeton Playlist

Posted on 20. Jun, 2015 by .


SUMMARY: A reggaeton playlist to introduce gringos to the genre. Songs by Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, J Alvarez, Farruko, Wisin y Yandel, Cosculluela, Calle 13, and more.

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Rock en Español Playlist: Yea or Nay?

Posted on 05. Aug, 2014 by .


A playlist of rock en español hits, old and new, good and bad.

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Former Smuggler on the Peru Two

Posted on 24. Jul, 2014 by .


A look at the ‘Peru Two’, Michaella McCollum and Melissa Reid, who were caught smuggling cocaine from Peru. With analysis of the industry from a former smuggler.

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Arequipa Day and Arequipeño Pride

Posted on 29. Nov, 2012 by .


Description of hometown pride in Arequipa, Peru and their massive Arequipa holiday.

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Rock al Parque FAIL

Posted on 20. Jul, 2012 by .


SUMMARY: An amusing failure to attend Latin America’s biggest music festival, Rock al Parque in Bogota.

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Vallenato: Colombia’s Inexplicable Accordion Music

Posted on 04. Jun, 2012 by .


SUMMARY: Intro to Colombia’s folk music, vallenato, and a playlist including Diomedes Diaz, Carlos Vives, Silvestre Dangond, Jorge Celedon, and more.

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Reggaeton Roundup 2012

Posted on 31. May, 2012 by .


SUMMARY: My 2012 reggaeton playlist featuring Los Wachiturros, Cosculluela, Don Omar, Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce, Speedy, Plan B, Farruko, and more.

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My Pseudo-Deportation from Colombia

Posted on 07. Apr, 2012 by .


Describing how I was pseudo-deported from Colombia for this blog.

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