Spanning 1965–1975, the collection compiles 89 singles from such best-selling artists as Ray Barretto, Joe Bataan, Bobby Valentín and many more.
The celebrated Puerto Rican singer and composer, nicknamed “Maelo,” was known as one of the greatest soneros in salsa.
released in 1975 by Alegre Records, 'Sabor' introduced Canales as songwriter, bandleader and star vocalist on the Latin music scene.
First issued in 1978, this transcendental LP caused a revolution in Latin music and, for many years, was the best-selling album in salsa history.
The visual for the iconic boogaloo song comes ahead of a vinyl reissue of Rodriguez’s classic LP, ‘I Like It Like That (A Mi Me Gusta Así).’
The rising act puts a modern twist on old-school Afro-Cuban beats and horns in their forthcoming album, ‘Dancestral’.
Released by Alegre Records in 1967, the record's title track became the boogaloo genre’s anthem and one of the most iconic dance hits in the history of Latin American music.
Craft Recordings’ Craft Latino imprint has released ‘Fania Goes Psychedelic’, a 15-song compilation featuring Latin soul and experimental gems from the legendary Fania catalogue.