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J Noa is one artist featured in Alt.Latino's 'El Tiny' line-up. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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We follow Latin Urban's trail from Panama to Puerto Rico to the world stage, including international superstar Bad Bunny. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Savage X Fenty hide caption

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Encore: The Meteoric Rise Of Latin Urban Explained

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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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We follow Latin Urban's trail from Panama to Puerto Rico to the world stage, including international superstar Bad Bunny. Steven Ferdman/Getty Images hide caption

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The Meteoric Rise Of Latin Urban Explained

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Ivy Queen, reggaeton pioneer and feminist icon, is featured on this week's show. Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images hide caption

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Black History Month: An Interview With Ivy Queen, Reggaeton Pioneer

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Luis Fonsi (left) and Daddy Yankee perform "Despacito" during the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in 2018. Lester Cohen/Getty Images for NARAS hide caption

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The Rise Of Urbano In The 2010s: An Alt.Latino/All Songs Considered Crossover

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Nina Simone is featured on this week's episode of Alt.Latino celebrating International Women's Day. Getty Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Celebrating Mujeres: Butterflies, Brujas And Bey

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