The Nation and Reggaeton

 

Illustration by Yasser Castellanos

HAVANA TIMES – The most dehumanizing of urban music increasingly fills today’s Cuban reality.

 



2 thoughts on “The Nation and Reggaeton

  • Maybe I’m getting old but for me most reggaeton is totally unpleasant.
    Not the beat, but the vile misogynist lyrics that Cuban women (and girls) have to put up with as they go around the place.

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  • Oh how I totally agree….you can’t call it music !….it’s garbage….Cuba has such a fine history of good musicians and music …and all we hear everywhere is arangatang music …2 weeks at Plays Jiron just finished and every day for 14 hours ..chimpanzee music..it’s sick and rally pissing off many tourists
    Who’s in control of that crap …better do something quick …a lot of people are not coming back to Cuba ..including us ..after 15 years in a row !!!

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