Singer Sarah Aroeste performs Ladino music — a style created by the Sephardic Jews of the Iberian Peninsula. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Can't Fake The Funk: 11 Smooth New Latin Songs

After traveling for the last month, a laid back show with some new mellow tunes is just what the doctor ordered.

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Setting The Stage For The Latin Grammys

Guy Raz and Betto Arcos discuss and sample music by four of the year's most promising Latin Grammy nominees: Nino Josele, Ceu, Silvio Rodriguez and Perrozompopo.

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