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From left to right, some of the Latinx figures we think deserve monuments: Ivy Queen, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Sonia Manzano and Anacaona. Rodrigo Varela; Ron Galella Collection; David Livingston; The Civilization, volume III, 1882/Getty Images hide caption

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Latinx Monuments We'd Like To See

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Colombian vocalist Lido Pimienta released one of our favorite albums of the year so far. Daniella Murillo/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Alt. Latino Reflects On The Best Music Of 2020 (So Far)

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Bad Bunny's new album YHLQMDLG, which stands for "I do whatever I want" in Spanish, is the highest charting all-Spanish-language record in the history of the Billboard 200. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Reviving Classic Reggaeton, Bad Bunny's New Album 'YHLQMDLG' Breaks Records

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Bad Bunny performs on The Late Late Show with James Corden in, yes, a Charizard onesie. CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Spring Forward With Bad Bunny, Alice Bag And Princess Nokia

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Alt.Latino Looks Back At The Best Music Of 2019

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Bad Bunny (left), Ricky Martin and Residente collaborate on a new track, just in time for the Latin Grammys. Alejandro Pedrosa/Courtesy of Sony Music Latin hide caption

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The K-Pop Group BTS visits The Empire State Building on May 21, 2019 Steven Ferdman/Getty Images for ESB hide caption

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The 2010s: The Globalization Of Music

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