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Playlist: Salsa Dance Party!

August 21, 2011 by admin divider image
Top Ten Salsa Songs for Beginners
Need to update your salsa party playlist? Check out these top ten salsa songs, sure to heat up your next salsa social! 


1. “No Me Hace Falta” – Victor Manuelle


Victor Manuelle is one of Puerto Rico’s great soneros; I love most of his albums, but Travesiaremains my favorite. This is a great song to start off the list.


From the album Travesia.

2. “Sin Sentimientos” – Grupo Niche

Irresistable salsa from the coasts of Colombia by Grupo Niche.

From the album Una Aventura..La Historia3.

3. “Te Regalare” – NG2

Just to prove that younger artists are still into salsa, here’s a great dance number from Puerto Rico’s NG2.


From the album Comienzos


4. “Corazon” – Gilberto Santa Rosa


Is there anyone more popular than Gilberto Santa Rosa when it comes to salsa romantica? I don’t think so!


From the album Contraste5.


5. “Hijo De Los Rumberos” – La Excelencia


La Excelencia is one of the great NYC salsa dura bands and if you don’t get up and dance listening to this number, you might check your pulse.


From the album Salsa Con Conciencia6.


6.  “Caridad” – Gloria Estefan


Gloria Estefan is alwasy good for a hot number and “Caridad” is one of the hottest.


From the album 90 Millas


7. “Se Te Mira” – Grupo Fantasma

You don’t normally look for salsa from a Texas band, but Austin’s Grupo Fantasma doesn’t fit into any musical mold. This number features their jazzy, big band sound and fuses it with something extra.

From the album Sonidos Gold

8. “Como Tiembla El Alma” – El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico

El Gran Combo is probably the most famous salsa band in the world. You’ll know why when you start moving to this number from their Latin Grammy winning album.

From the album  Arroz Con Habichuela

 9. “Toro Mata” – DLG

DLG is back after a decade long hiatus with a new lead singer and a salsa version of this Peruvian folk song made famous by Celia Cruz.


From the album Renacer


10. “I Love Salsa” – n’klabe


You probably love salsa too and Puerto Rico’s n’klabe’s shows you why salsa will never die.


From the album I Love Salsa!




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