National Public Radio (NPR) released its annual wrap-up of favorite songs of 2015. Let’s look at a breakdown of two specific categories: Latin and World music.
Other songs range the gamut, including Tarpuricusum Sarata, which features Luzmila Carpio, singing indigenous music of Bolivia in native Quechua.
The World Music category was led by A-Wa, a trio of Yemenite sisters living in southern Israel. Singing in Arabic, their take on a traditional song “Habib Galbi” has become a global hit by giving it a hip-hop groove.
Check out the full article at NPR. Then let us know. What’s your favorite?