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Alt.Latino Playlist: From Up North To Down South

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Bad Bunny (holding flag), singer Ricky Martin (in black hat) and Residente (in blue hat) join demonstrators in protest against Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló in Old San Juan. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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'Afilando Los Cuchillos' Soundtracks Puerto Rico's Social Movement In Real Time

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Residente performs during Austin City Limits Festival in October 2018. The Puerto Rican rapper's latest song is a response to the island's protests against Gov. Ricardo Rosselló. Erika Goldring/FilmMagic hide caption

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Three generations of urbano hitmakers — Lanay, Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny — join together for the "Soltera (Remix)." YouTube hide caption

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Stream The 'Revelación': Our Favorite Latin Songs This Week

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Bad Bunny backstage at Apple Music's 'Up Next' Artist concert in Miami, Fl. in March 2018. Manny Hernandez/Getty Images for Apple Music hide caption

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How Bad Bunny Skipped Categories And Skyrocketed To Fame

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Bad Bunny onstage at the Latin Grammy Awards in November. Ethan Miller/Getty Images for LARAS hide caption

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In 2018, Streaming Services Helped Fuel A New Latin Explosion

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Bad Bunny performs at the 2018 Latin Grammy's. Ethan Miller/Getty Images for LARAS hide caption

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Escuchen al Programa

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Vocalist Rosalia earned the Alt.Latino critics' top spot in 2018. Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Alt.Latino's Best Music of 2018

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Jorge Drexler accepts Song of the Year for 'Telefonia' during the 19th annual Latin Grammy Awards. Ethan Miller/Getty Images for LARAS hide caption

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