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Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina Colombia and Portugal!

To celebrate, we invite you to (re)discover the artists shaking things up in Portugal and Latin America. 

Qobuz is now available in six new countries

Tropicália: the Story of a Brazilian Revolution

In the late 1960s, a group of young Brazilian artists rose up against the ruling military junta by fusing local pop, rock and experimental music. Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, Os Mutantes and their friends invented tropicália, one of the most original musical adventures of the 20th century.

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A musical 


Rooted in dance and eventually becoming its very own artistic movement, the history of tango is an epic one; and its future truly looks limitless. A musical genre with hybrid origins, it remains one of the most incredible creations to come out of Río de la Plata. “It’s the only thing we don’t ask Europe for its opinion on,” wrote Argentina’s Macedonio Fernández, the man that young Jorge Luis Borges admired “to the point of devout and passionate plagiarism.” A number of coincidences in the late 19th century gave rise to this style of music. As musicologist Carlos Vega said: "no one really tried to create tango." And yet, here it is; complete with its own traditions and innovations, as well as its own golden age, ill-fated artists, myths and rituals.

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Tango: Sounds of the Río de la Plata

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Mexican Classics

From the romantic serenades of Agustín Lara and María Félix to the current roster of pop and rock divas, as well as the unforgettable ballads of Juan Gabriel, the bolero of Luis Miguel and the mariachi of Vicente Fernández, this brilliantly diverse playlist takes you on a tour of Mexican classics.

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Totó La Momposina

Totó La Momposina's powerful voice hides behind it a whole family tradition. A child of both Colombian and Caribbean musical cultures, she is the diva, she is the fire, she is cumbia.

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Mon Laferte

Singer, songwriter, feminist leader, charismatic artist and woman of struggle, Mon Laferte represents the Chile of today, one that believes in change through art and music. Here is a selection of her best work.

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The History of Fado

The fruit of Portuguese tradition, Fado is certainly the country's best-known musical genre. This playlist gives you a look at its history and its most famous representatives, such as Amália Rodrigues and Carlos do Carmo, but also more contemporary artists such as Carminho or Camané.

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