Salsa Romántica

Salsa Romántica is a soft form of salsa music that emerged between the mid-1980s and early 1990s in New York City and Puerto Rico. It has been the most commercially successful form of salsa in the last 20 years, despite criticism that it is a pale imitation of "real" salsa, often called "salsa dura."

Read more about Salsa Romántica:  Description and Origins, Criticism, The Form Today, Salsa Erótica, Top Songs of The Era (Hot Latin Tracks)

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