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    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA The Legends: Shakira

    Latin Music USA

    The Legends: Shakira

    With the help of producer Emilio Estefan, Shakira became an international superstar.

    The Legends: Shakira

    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA The Legends: Jennifer Lopez

    Latin Music USA

    The Legends: Jennifer Lopez

    "She’s sort of our 21st century Marilyn Monroe... She is beyond singer. She is this icon."

    The Legends: Jennifer Lopez

    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA The Legends: Tego and Daddy Yankee

    Latin Music USA

    The Legends: Tego and Daddy Yankee

    Tego Calderón and Daddy Yankee brought reggaetón from Latin America to mainstream US.

    The Legends: Tego and Daddy Yankee

    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA The Legends: Juanes

    Latin Music USA

    The Legends: Juanes

    "I sing in Spanish... but I play my guitar in English."

    The Legends: Juanes

    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA The Legends: Lin-Manuel Miranda

    Latin Music USA

    The Legends: Lin-Manuel Miranda

    Before "Hamilton", there was "In The Heights".

    The Legends: Lin-Manuel Miranda

    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA The Legends: Gloria and Emilio Estefan

    Latin Music USA

    The Legends: Gloria and Emilio Estefan

    “Too Cuban for Americans and too American for Cubans,” executives predicted.

    The Legends: Gloria and Emilio Estefan

    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA Miami's Cultural Mix

    Latin Music USA

    Miami's Cultural Mix

    Miami sits at the center of the Latin music explosion.

    Miami's Cultural Mix

    Video thumbnail: Latin Music USA The Legends: Ricky Martin

    Latin Music USA

    The Legends: Ricky Martin

    “…Unabashedly pop…” wrote a Time magazine critic. “But …saved by its Latin soul.”

    The Legends: Ricky Martin

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