Hear “Latino Infused Country” Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month


In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, UMG Nashville has curated an exclusive playlist titled “Latin steeped countrywhich consists of Latinx artists covering country songs and American country songs with a Latin music influence.

On the American side, george strait hits like “El Rey” and “Codigo” are included, as are songs by Kacey Musgraves like “Gracias a La Vida” and “cursed”.

Carrie Underwood scores a place on the playlist with his collaboration with David Bisbal “Tears of Gold” and little big city adds a little booze to the deal with “Wine, Beer & Whisky.”

Javier Molina’s seminal “Cowboy Cumbia” is included, as are a handful of Emilio Navaira hits, like “It’s Not the End of the World”, “No Es El Fin Del Mundo” and “Has Cuanto He Dicho Que Te Amo”. ”

It was an exciting time for many of the artists on the Playlist. Last week, Kacey Musgraves celebrated the first anniversary of her damn album with a 14 and a half minute documentary on the making of the disc. Earlier this year, she was included on Time List of Women of the Yearwhich honored 12 leaders helping to create a more equal world.

Musgraves played at Time invitation-only Women of the Year gala in Los Angeles on International Women’s Day, March 8. and Kerry Washington. Other winners highlighted in the TIME The Women of the Year list includes Amal Clooney, Adena Friedman and Zahra Joya.

In the Carrie Underwood News, she recently scored three nominations at the 56th annual CMA Awards. His new album, Jeans & Rhinestones, entered Billboard’s Top Country Albums at No. 2, becoming his tenth top three on that chart, out of ten releases. The set initially came in at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 and No. 4 on the top-selling album chart.

Listen to “Latino Infused Country.”


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