Pitbull, along with other hispanic artists, are perfect for your Cinco de Mayo party.We’ve complied a list of some Hispanic crossover artists who are sure to liven up this celebration.
Born Armando Pérez, Pitbull is a rapper, producer and songwriter. His first performance was with Lil Jon in 2002. An international artist, he and Diddy co-founded Bad Boy Latino. Singles like “I Know You Want Me“ blazes charts all over the world.
Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez is a Puerto Rican, Reggaeton and hip-hop artist. A couple of his most popular singles are “Gasolina” and “Rompe.”
This Spanish singer-songwriter, actor, model and producer started his singing career in the mid- 1990’s. Enrique sold more than 100 million units worldwide, this accomplishment had made him the best selling Spanish language artist of all time. Some of his English songs are “Hero,” “I like It”, “Tonight,” and “Do You Know?”
This Colombian beauty is a singer, songwriter, producer, choreographer and model. She speaks five languages and her song “Whenever, Wherever” was the best selling song of 2002. She has won so many awards and has a star on the Walk of Fame. Some of her songs are “Hips Don’t Lie,” “Beautiful Liar” and “Waka Waka“
Jennifer Lopez does it all, she is an American actress, dancer and singer just to name a few of her talents. She got her start on the hit show “In Living Color” as a dancer. Jennifer has preformed all over the world with albums out in both English and Spanish. Her most popular American songs are “Ain’t it Funny,” “I’m Real,” “Dance Again,” and “On the Floor.”
Last but certainly not least is Selena. Selena was born in Lake Jackson, Tex. In the 90s, Selena was the bestselling Latin artist of the decade. She was the Mexican equivalent of Madonna. Loved by both Americans and Hispanics, she was killed March 31, 1995.