De la salsa... au reggaeton: Un phénomène social (French by Saúl Escalona

By Saúl Escalona

Le terme "reaggaeton" est apparu pour l. a. première fois à Porto Rico. C'est sur cette île que ce nouveau style musical se développe, se modernise et prend un autre registre qui suscite à l. a. fois ferveur et polémique. C'est un style hybride, composé de rythmes populaires tels que le reggae, le hip-hop, le rap, los angeles salsa, l. a. bachata... Cet ouvrage cherche à comprendre pourquoi il plaît et, surtout, en quoi il contribue à l. a. dynamique d'innovation, dans le complexe processus de development d'identités et de différences en Amérique latine.

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