- n. Plural form of rhythm.
“If you like Latin rhythms, this 50-minute workout is definitely an escape from the boring norm with an upbeat vibe and a routine compiled from the trainer's favorite moves like Brazilian bounce and toe taps to raise heart rate.”
“Latin rhythms became an important part of American popular culture”
“Wallace adds that during the early to mid 20th century, Latin rhythms became an important part of American popular culture.”
“Inspired by the traditional cumbia, salsa, samba and merengue music that he grew up with, Beto paired his favorite pulsating Latin rhythms with the red-hot international dance steps his clients loved.”
“Billed as 'Jitterbug Jive', the bash gets under way at 8 PM and features the jumpin 'rhythms of Carrie Jackson and her Sultans of Swing, lots of dancing and an open bar and light fare.”
“The soundtrack for the event included Nuestro Himno, a Spanish-language version of the Star Spangled Banner accented by Latin American rhythms and instrumentation.”
“He introduced Latin rhythms into his songs in the '30s in recognition of the fact that this kind of music was catching on; instead of scoffing at jazz, he paid tribute to it in songs like "Red, Hot and Blue.”
“You get in rhythms like these sometimes," Abdur-Rahim said.”
“As a result the stylistic distinctiveness - Sting's reggae voice, the dub rhythms - are louder and forced: an investment.”
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