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Los Rakas. Raka Pitufo/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jorge Drexler's new album, Bailar en la Cueva, ventures into new territory for him: dance rhythms. Thomas Canet/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Whether or not you celebrate Cinco de Mayo, you'll need some music this weekend. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Dancing To The Radio: Alt.Latino's Cinco De Mayo Playlist

Whether you observe the holiday or not, here's a cool and relaxing set of songs for your weekend.

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One of Betto Arcos' favorite new tracks is "Las Transeuntes" by Uruguayan musician Jorge Drexler (above). El Universal/Getty Images hide caption

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