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Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
Origin of Reggaeton
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Origin of Reggaeton

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    • 1. Origin of Reggaeton Sandra Dutan
    • 2. What Is Reggaeton? <ul><li>There are two existing versions of reggaeton origin: some say that it originated in Panama, others argue that this musical direction comes from Puerto Rico. That is actually where the majority of reggaeton singers come from. Anyone want to take a guess. </li></ul>
    • 3. So Where? <ul><li>It originally developed in Jamaican reggae. It was for sure that it was influenced by many other musical directions. For example, North American Hip-Hop and Puerto Rican rhythms. </li></ul>
    • 4. Any Misunderstandings? <ul><li>Many misunderstandings come because it is said that it came from Panama or Puerto Rico. But most of the singers come from there. </li></ul>
    • 5. Why did the Caribbean&apos;s Migrant to Panama? <ul><li>Panama, a country with a significant Jamaican population had migrated south to work on the Panama Canal in the early 20th century. This is because many needed to work to support their family or themselves. </li></ul>
    • 6. Puerto Rican Artists <ul><li>Many Puerto Rican artists are popular in New York. For example like Don Omar, Daddy Yankee, Wisin Y Yandel, and Tito El Bambino. There is more </li></ul>
    • 7. My Opinion <ul><li>My opinion to the origin of reggaeton is that it is a popular type of music in Latin countries. Reggaeton is also popular in New York City. There would be clubs where you would dance to these type of music. Most people enjoy it. I do like this type of music when it comes to parties. </li></ul>
    • 8. Artists
    • 9. Ivy Queen <ul><li>Ivy Queen is considered as the Queen of Reggaeton. She is the only female singer that sings the genre Reggaeton. </li></ul>
    • 10. Summary <ul><li>The origin of reggaeton is mostly common in Puerto Rico and Panama. It is just that the majority come from Puerto Rico. The reggaeton is popular in New York because many Hispanics listen to most of that kind of songs. </li></ul>

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