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Spring Forward With Bad Bunny, Alice Bag And Princess Nokia

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Omara Portuondo may be on her "Last Kiss" Tour, but the Cuban music matriarch says she plans to keep performing for as long as possible. Johann Sauty/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cuban Diva Omara Portuondo Feels As Strong As Ever On 'Last Kiss' World Tour

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'El Tiny': A Sampler Of Latin Bands At NPR's Tiny Desk

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Omara Portuondo will turn 86 during her current tour of the U.S. "I'm not a little girl," she says, laughing, "but I feel like a little girl." Betto Arcos hide caption

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At 85, Cuban Legend Omara Portuondo Is Still Working — And Feeling Young

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Omara Portuondo Is In Control Now

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Cuban legend Omara Portuondo recently performed at the WFUV studios in New York City. Tomas Mina hide caption

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Omara Portuondo: Cuban Music's Matriarch

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