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Workout Playlist: “Muevete”, Latin Edition

January 24, 2012

I really love dancing. I always have. While I wish I could do it more for exercise (Zumba, anyone?) I usually spend my days dancing in my apartment or in the, um, elevator:

One of the genres I’ve always loved to dance to is Latin American music. I love dancing salsa, merengue, mambo, reggaeton, and I’m even getting better at samba (it’s hard!). But please, don’t ask me to bachata.

My Latin playlist in iTunes is called “Muevete” – Move yourself. These will definitely make you move.

  1. Pegate – Fulanito – you cannot sit still on this merengue!
  2. Lovumba – Daddy Yankee
  3. Bailando por el mundo – Juan Magan feat. Pitbull Y El Cata
  4. Ven Comigo – Daddy Yankee
  5. llama Al Sol – Tito “El Bambino” El Patron
  6. Tu Olor – Wisin & Yandel
  7. Taboo – Don Omar
  8. Dandole (remix) – Omega, Gocho & Jowell
  9. La Despedida – Daddy Yankee
  10. Danza Kuduro – Don Omar

Fonts by Typekit

Fonts by Typekit

I’m adding all these songs to my Latin Music section of my Amazon Affiliate store – the links above go there.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Liz permalink
    January 24, 2012 6:04 pm

    As a Latin girl I LOVE this post!! Great playlist 🙂 one of my dreams is to dance salsa in the streets of Old Havana. I’m counting the days until I can apply for an Italian passport so the hubby & I can go there. Luckily, if he has enough wine in him, he’ll dance with me, albeit uncoordinated. At least he tries!! I dance in elevators too & even in my chair at the dinner table if a good song comes on. We’re talking about going to Milano to visit the family for Xmas this year so maybe you & I can tear up some Milanese elevators together 🙂

    • January 24, 2012 6:22 pm

      I will start scouting out the best ones (i.e., two people can dance in one, let alone stand side-by-side) 🙂

  2. Tara permalink
    April 3, 2012 12:35 pm

    Love them all! Just got back from a year in Spain and can’t get enough of la música española!

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