Did you by any chance mean reggae?
- n. A style of Latin-American popular music.
“I was reading “annoying squeaky toy noise”, and wondered how you could use that in reggaeton.”
“Calle 13 are quick to mention that they dislike the label "reggaeton," because their music is a fusion that goes beyond any genre.”
“DJ Asho, his guest DJs and live drummers explore the roots of Cuban dance music as well as modern offshoots like reggaeton.”
“For much of last summer, we were raving about local DJ Dave Nada and his new genre called Moombahton -- funky Dutch house tracks slowed down to the percussive, dance-floor friendly tempo of reggaeton.”
“The only thing I hope is that they donot show Thing dancing reggaeton, I hate reggaeton, actually any single comic fanatic in Mexico hates reggaeton.”
“Early on, I debate whether I should go down to the guys who sell Shania Twain and Beyoncé, cumbias and reggaeton, Vicente Fernández, and an audio English-learning program, and tell them, “Yo, guys, can you turn it down a little?””
“The bikes are fitted for a party, decorated with balloons and strings of lights, boom boxes held aloft, playing reggaeton and holiday songs.”
“Our own D.C.-born moombahton should be familiar by now, but there's also cumbia, Dutch house and long-established dancehall and reggaeton.”
“He slowed down a Dutch house record and combined it with reggaeton drum beats.”
“The thump of reggaeton boomed loudly from cars passing Bodega Chic.”
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list of music genres - anything. even the most obscure sub-genres of sub-genres
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...with the Sound of Music.
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