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For Those Missing Puerto Rico, A Song About Dreaming Of Home

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Carlos Santana's new album, Africa Speaks, features Spanish vocalist Buika (right). Maryanne Bilham/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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'Africa Speaks' To Carlos Santana's Past

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Carlos Santana On World Cafe

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Cuba! While The Politicians Argued, The Musicians Jammed!

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García's new album Candela is the sparkling finale in a trilogy of albums with Dominican-influenced sounds. Ebru Yildiz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Cast Of 'Vida' Shares The Music Of Its Powerful Latinx Drama

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Rodrigo y Gabriela Spin The Songs Behind Their Wild Sound

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