BPM Latino’s Top 20 – Cumbia Edition
Some interesting facts about Cumbia. According to Wikipedia, it began as a courtship dance and it originated in Columbia’s Caribbean coastal region as a cultural fusion of native Colombians, Africans, and the Spanish during colonial times in the old country of Pocabuy.
This genre is like a fine wine, it only gets better and better with time. Download all of these tracks right now on BPMLatino.com.
01. Fiesta Cumbiambera (DJDX Steady Edit) – Aniceto Molina
02. Coqueta (DJDX Extra Beat Edit) – Grupo Intocable
03. Maruja (DJDX Extra Beat Edit) – La Sonora Dinamita
04. Azucar – A.B. Quintanilla III Y Los Kumbia Kings
05. La Guitarra (DJDX Extra Beat Edit) – Los Hijos Del Pueblo
06. Turn Down For What (Jay Valdez vs Cumbia Drive) – Dj Snake & Lil Jon
07. El Tao Tao (DJDX Extra Beat Edit) – Control
08. El Serrucho – Mr Black
09. La Parabolica (DJDX Extra Beat Edit) – La Sonora Dinamita
10. Calentura (DJ aLee Cumbia Remix) – Yandel
11. Tonta (DJ Mente Cumbia Remix) – Grupo Mojado
12. Las Solteras – La Sonora Dinamita
13. Mas Que Tu Amigo (DJ C-MixX Cumbia Remix) – Marco Antonio Solis
14. Fiesta Cumbiambera (DJDX Extra Beat Remix) – Aniceto Molina
15. Arremangala Arrempujala – Los Karkik’s
16. La Negra Tomasa (DJ Rick Cumbia Remix) – Caifanes
17. La Canalla (DJ Rick Cumbia Remix) – El Super Show De Los Vaskez
18. Mil Horas (Mente Cumbia Remix) – La Sonora Dinamita
19. Lean On (Cumbia Drive Remix) – Major Lazer & Dj Snake ft Mo
20. La Pizza (DJDX Steady Edit) – Johnny Molina Los Sabaneros De Aniceto Molina
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