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Omar Sosa's new album is An East African Journey. Massimo Mantovani/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Omar Sosa Takes A Journey To East Africa

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Julie Byrne on the cover of 2017's Not Even Happiness. Her song "Natural Blue" begins our playlist of soothing music. Courtesy of Ba Da Bing! Records hide caption

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Isle Of Calm: Stream 6 Hours Of Soothing Music

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Cuban pianist Omar Sosa plays meditative music perfect for our times Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Calma: A Meditative Playlist For A Challenging Time

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Attendees at candlelight vigil held recently in El Paso overcome with emotion. MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Amor Eterno' For El Paso, Gilroy, Dayton And Beyond

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This week's episode of Alt.Latino offers songs for recovery and healing. Bianca Polak/Flickr hide caption

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Alt.Latino's Post-Election Meditation: Music For Healing

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KEXP is currently playing an epic track by Seattle rapper Raz called "They'll Speak." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Argentina's Fauna finds funguses fun. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Devils, Mushrooms And Foulmouthed Squirrels

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The Afro-Cuban jazz pianist takes a serene approach on his new CD, Calma. David Sproule/Ota Records hide caption

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Hear Omar Sosa play "Aguas" from his new album.

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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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Latin Picks From Betto Arcos Of 'Global Village'

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Hear Omar Sosa perform in NPR's Studio 4-A.

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