Zumba Songlist

For a white girl who learned basic spanish in highschool and didn’t retain much, it was tough to find the majority of my Zumba songs online.  I was able to Google certain phrases and eventually found a good amount of the music I hear at my weekly classes. There are still a few I can’t find, but the following songs are awesome not only for Zumba, but to jam to in the car. I encourage you to leave a comment with your favorites!

  1. Latinos by Proyecto Uno
  2. Candelo by Papo Mc & Sandy
  3. Hasta el Fin by Monchy & Alexandra
  4. On the Floor by Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull
  5. Cali de Rumba by Fruko y Sus Tesos
  6. Calabria 2007 (Radio Edit) by Enur
  7. Motivate al Baile by Baby Rank
  8. Pam Pam by Wisin & Yandel
  9. En la Disco (Studio) by Olga Tanon & Tito El Bambino
  10. Que Te Pica by Notch
  11. El Bombon Asesino (Dance) by Ninel Conde
  12. Mueve la Colita by Los Callejeros
  13. Cuando Volveras by Martin Lopez
  14. Fuego by Kumbia Kings
  15. El Rompe Cintura by Grupo Arena
  16. Movie It Up by El General
  17. Mi Puerto Rico by Aventura
  18. Lets Get Loud by Jennifer Lopez
  19. Calle Ocho by Pitbull
  20. Abreme la Puerta by Guillermo Davila
  21. Stereo Love by Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina
  22. Mueve la Pompa by DJ Kuri
  23. La Batidora by Azul Azul
  24. Zumbalicious by Zumba Fitness
  25. Hella decale by DJ Mam’s
  26. Zumba He Zumba Ha by DJ Mam’s
  27. Cumbia pa la Nena by Bachaco
  28. Rabiosa (feat. el Cata) by Shakira
  29. Loca (feat. el Cata) by Shakira
  30. Danza Kuduro by Don Omar Arcangel & Daddy Yankee

I’m always looking for new music! Leave some comments with your faves 🙂

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The Roots on Late Night!

theroots1Say-it-ain’t so! I’m very excited for one of my favorite hip-hop bands the Roots. They are the house band on the Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon. As some may think this may be a mistake I have high hopes for both the Roots and Jimmy Fallon to survive together. Yes this means the Roots have “retired” from touring (for now I say) but they have a new gig. As ?uestlove said “This would basically match or surpass what we would make touring 200-plus days out of the year. And, two, this allows us to be home.” Not sure how Jimmy scored with having the Roots as his opening band but he has the best band in late-night. I will most definitely stay up to watch them every night. I think this is a great choice and will allow growth for both. The Roots will certainly raise their profile and attract new audiences.

When we saw the Roots live in the summer of 2003 I can tell you they are a very electrifying band, the best in the business! Being known for a heavily jazzy sound and live instrumentation they are the new sound hip-hop needed. If you don’t know about the Roots check them out with their latest album. Spread the word!
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others to check out!
Do You Want More
Game Theory
Illadelph Halflife (2nd favorite)
Organix
Phrenology (my favorite)
Things Fall Apart
Tipping Point

The Roots – The Seed (2.0): OG Lyrics Version

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