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Angelica Garcia is featured on this week's Alt.Latino. Shervin Lainez hide caption

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Alt.Latino's best new music round-up: Angélica Garcia, Young Miko and The Mavericks

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On this week's Alt.Latino, a discussion of Latin artists in country music. Photo by Medios y Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Tracing the history of Latino artists making country music

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On this week's Alt.Latino, an assessment of Shakira's current career after Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images hide caption

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What do we really want from Shakira?

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Elsa y Elmar is a featured artist on this week's Alt.Latino. Pablo Resoalbe hide caption

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Alt.Latino's best new music round-up: Elsa y Elmar, Julieta Eugenio, Esteman and more

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Today's episode of Alt.Latino is an exploration of Cuba's musical and cultural history. YAMIL LAGE/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A deep dive into Cuba's rich musical history, reported from Havana

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El Cuarteto de Nos is featured on this week's Alt.Latino. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Alt.Latino's best new music round-up: Residente, La Yegros and El Cuarteto de Nos

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La Lupe is one of the artists featured in this week's Alt.Latino. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) hide caption

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We round up the greatest boleros ever, with help from artists and listeners

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Ana Tijoux is this week's guest on Alt.Latino. Javiera Gajardo hide caption

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Helado Negro's "Just Want To Wake Up With You" is one of Alt.Latino's favorite new tracks. Sadie Culberson hide caption

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Alt.Latino's best new music roundup: Helado Negro, Gaby Moreno and Ana Tijoux

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On this week's Alt.Latino, hosts Ana and Felix travel to Sinaloa, Mexico. Jackie Lay/NPR hide caption

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On this week's episode of Alt.Latino, Anamaria Sayre and Felix Contreras travel to Yakima, Wash., to interview family band Yahritza y Su Esencia. Jackie Lay/NPR hide caption

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On this week's Alt.Latino, an exploration of the rise of regional Mexican music. Jackie Lay/NPR hide caption

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Marinero is this week's guest on Alt.Latino. Courtesy of KQED hide caption

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This week's guest on Alt.Latino is Maluma. Michael Zamora hide caption

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Maluma: On becoming a dad, hustling across genres and reggaeton's rise in Colombia

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Edgar Barrera is nominated for 13 awards at this year's Latin Grammys. Mindy Small hide caption

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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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Omar Montes is this week's guest on Alt.Latino. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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DannyLux is one artist featured on Alt.Latino's New Music round-up. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Alt.Latino's Best New Music Round-Up: DannyLux, Kali Uchis and Dario Acosta Teich

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The rapper Residente is just one Latin hip-hop artist Alt.Latino has featured on the show. Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images hide caption

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Eladio Carrión: Why the athlete-turned-rapper thinks everything in life is practice

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YEИDRY is this week's guest on Alt.Latino. Sebastian Saldarriaga hide caption

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YEИDRY: How she uses music to bridge her Dominican roots and Italian upbringing

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