Roberto Roena is a puerto rican salsa musician, born in 1938. Listen to his nice song “Mi Desengaño”:
Sueno de Dahlia is a Poprockband from Mayaguez / Puerto Rico . Here is a song from their album “Marionetas” the acoustic version is really fine . (Sueno de Dahlia -translated Dahlias Dream )
“Light my fire” is one of José Feliciano’s most popular international hits. It is originally by “The Doors” and was at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts for three weeks an re-entered the Billboard Hot 100 in 1968 following the success of José Feliciano’s version of the song.
Tito El Bambino is a well known reggaeton and latin-pop musician from Puerto Rico, born in 1981. From 1996 to 2004, he was active in the duo Héctor & Tito, where he became fame. In 2005 he started his solo career. Listen to his song “Dámelo”, from his brand new album Invicto:
Joe Acosta, born in 1950, is a salsa musician from Puerto Rico, who also was a salso pioneer in the US. Here’s his 21 week Billborad Latin Top 10 single “I Need Her”:
Eddie Santiago, born in 1955, is a salsa singer from Puerto Rico. Here’s his great song “Jardin Prohibido”:
El Gran Combo, formed in 1962, is a salsa music orchestra from Puerto Rico. Here’s their song “Un verano en Nueva York”:
Tito Puente, born in 1923 in New York as a son of Puerto Rican parents, was a latin jazz and salsa musician. Here’s his song “Oye Coma Va“:
Mima is a tropical, acoustic and pop musician from Puerto Rico. Here’s her nice song “Cae“:
This was a Music-Suggestion from mcolmo, thanks so much!
Calle 13 is a latin pop band from Puerto Rico. Here’s their song “Latinoamerica“:
This was a Music-Suggestion from Rast Teacher, thanks for this band, but I couldn’t listen to La Perla in Germany…