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Alt.Latino's best new Latinx music

Alt.Latino's Anamaria Sayre on World Cafe

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Playlist

  • Silvana Estrada, "Brindo"
  • Divino Niño, "Papelito"
  • Hermanos Gutiérrez, "Los Chico Tristes"
  • Tagua Tagua, "Tanto"

Last month, to celebrate the kickoff of Latinx Heritage Month, NPR Music's Alt.Latino relaunched their popular Latin arts and culture podcast, bringing a new co-host, Anamaria Sayre, into the mix to join Felix Contreras. In this segment, she joins me to showcase some of the best new Latinx music out right now. We dive in, starting with a new song from Silvana Estrada — and take note of her incredible voice and delivery on this song, "Brindo."

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