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Alt.Latino

What's Love Got To Do With It: The Villains Of Valentine's Day

Following the time-honored Alt.Latino tradition of hating Valentine's Day, the show revisits the greatest villains of Latin love songs.

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New Latin Music That's Rocking The Americas

The Alt.Latino gang stops by Weekend Edition Sunday once again to share some favorite new songs from Mexico, Colombia and more.

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Coming Up On Alt.Latino: All About Brazil

We're excited to premiere a two-part series on the amazing new genres and sounds coming out of Brazil. Here's a sneak peek.

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Alt.Latino Takes A Trip To Colombia

This past fall, the hosts of Alt.Latino had the adventure of a lifetime: two weeks exploring the music of Colombia.

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Hear Music Inspired By The Mexican Bicentennial

A new compilation pays tribute to Mexican music, just in time for the country's 200th birthday.

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