Reggaeton instrumentals

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Reggaeton Instrumentals




MY CUT - (byAdd-On Music Group) Year: 2006
Add-On Music Groupreggaeton,latin,Hot beats, catchy hook, quirky melody. Edgy intercity themes, raves, clubbing, dancing, hot cars, action, prison breakout, spying, CSI, collecting crime evidence, interlude, cue, trailer, Latin ambience, travel, Caribbean, beaches, boutique hotels, high fashion, catwalk. Instrumental, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Instrumentals








BACHATEADO (REGGAETON) - (byAdd-On Music Group) Year: 2006
Add-On Music Groupreggaeton,latin,Hot beats, catchy hook, quirky melody. Edgy intercity themes, raves, clubbing, dancing, hot cars, action, prison breakout, spying, CSI, collecting crime evidence, interlude, cue, trailer, Latin ambience, travel, Caribbean, beaches, boutique hotels, high fashion, catwalk. Instrumental, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Instrumentals




ECLIPSES - (byAdd-On Music Group) Year: 2007
Add-On Music Groupreggaeton,latin,Hot beats, catchy hook, quirky melody. Edgy intercity themes, raves, clubbing, dancing, hot cars, action, prison breakout, spying, CSI, collecting crime evidence, interlude, cue, trailer, Latin ambience, travel, Caribbean, beaches, boutique hotels, high fashion, catwalk. Instrumental, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Instrumentals


SMOOTH ISH - (byAdd-On Music Group) Year: 2008
Add-On Music Groupreggaeton,latin,Hot beats, catchy hook, quirky melody. Edgy intercity themes, raves, clubbing, dancing, hot cars, action, prison breakout, spying, CSI, collecting crime evidence, interlude, cue, trailer, Latin ambience, travel, Caribbean, beaches, boutique hotels, high fashion, catwalk. Instrumental, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Instrumentals


TRUMP PASS - (byAdd-On Music Group) Year: 2008
Add-On Music Groupreggaeton,latin,Hot beats, catchy hook, quirky melody. Edgy intercity themes, raves, clubbing, dancing, hot cars, action, prison breakout, spying, CSI, collecting crime evidence, interlude, cue, trailer, Latin ambience, travel, Caribbean, beaches, boutique hotels, high fashion, catwalk. Instrumental, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Instrumentals


NO LLORES MAS BEAT - (byAdd-On Music Group) Year: 2007
Add-On Music Groupreggaeton,latin,Hot beats, catchy hook, quirky melody. Edgy intercity themes, raves, clubbing, dancing, hot cars, action, prison breakout, spying, CSI, collecting crime evidence, interlude, cue, trailer, Latin ambience, travel, Caribbean, beaches, boutique hotels, high fashion, catwalk. Instrumental, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Instrumentals










EN LA PLAYA - (byAleksandar Dimitrijevic) Year: 2011
Aleksandar DimitrijevicHot and sizzling Latino Reggaeton dance track, Pumping latin hip hop beats combined with an energetic electro dance sound, Today's Latin dance club music, hot and sassy,, Instrumental, Reggaeton, Reggaeton Instrumentals


PARTY TIME - (byJive Ass Sleepers) Year: 2016
Jive Ass SleepersChilled, catchy, tropical, urban electronica with male vocals, various synths, acoustic guitar and modern Reggaeton beat. Great for travel, beach parties, urban youth, fashion, culture and summer fun. Male Rap & Vocals, Reggae, Contemporary Reggae


Sours: https://www.audiosparx.com/sa/display/sounds.cfm/soundGroup_iid.5592

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Premium License: $75

Unlimited License: $140


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Mp3 License: 21,84 £

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Mp3 License: 623,92 MXN

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Mp3 License: 21690,01 CLP

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Unlimited License: 101220,04 CLP


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Mp3 License: 2291,92 RUB

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Reggaeton Beats

  • Q: What is Reggaeton?



  • Reggaeton or also known as reggaetón and reguetón is a music style that originated in Puerto Rico during the late 1990s. Reggaeton is regarded as one of the most popular music genres in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, in countries including Puerto Rico, Panama, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Colombia, El Salvador, and Venezuela.

  • Q: What are the characteristics of Reggaeton Music?



  • Reggeaton has many distinctive features. It is very similar to the music of Jamaica, they have the same rhythms but the on unique feature of Reggaeton is the drum machine. Typically, the lyrics of these songs relate to working-class citizens while the lyrics are sometimes also about the reality of life, love, passion, cheating, and life on the streets.

    The lyrics of this style are along the same line as the lyrics of many rap songs today. The dembow riddim was created by Jamaican dancehall producers during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Also known as "son bow", the dembow consists of a kick drum, kickdown drum, palito, snare drum, timbal, timbalero and (sometimes) a high-hat cymbal. Dembow's percussion pattern was influenced heavily by dancehall and other West Indian music as it gives dembow a pan-Caribbean flavor. Reggaeton lyrical structure resembles that of Hip Hop. Even though most reggaeton artists recite their lyrics rapping (or resembling rapping) rather than singing, many alternate rapping, and singing, reggaeton uses the traditional verse-chorus-bridge pop structure. Like hip hop, reggaeton songs have a hook that is repeated throughout the song. Latino ethnic identity is a common musical, lyrical and visual theme.

  • Q: What are the instruments used in Reggaeton Music?



  • Dembow (rhythm), Sampler, Personal Computer, Rapping, Singing.

  • Q: When did Reggaeton Music start?



  • It originated in Puerto Rico during the late 1990s.

    If you are feeling poetic, you can call Reggaeton to be a homage to the first Jamaicans, who were taken to Panama in the early 1900s to build the Canal, paying the price in blood and tears. The Canal workers were also the first ones to bring the sounds of Jamaica to the Spanish speaking Americans, planting the seeds of the first Reggae in Spanish. The strong connection between Jamaica and Panama lived on and in the early 80s, El General, a dude in a white military suit, with the tassles of his shoulders and shades was the first Reggae star to gain international recognition.

    Meanwhile, in the ghetto of New York, black brothers - whether Puerto Rican, Jamaican, or Afro-American, had been swapping their rhythms and sounds while salsa was being left up north, hip-hop and raga were being brought down south.

    In 1993 San Juan, Puerto Rico, a club titled "The Noise" was the place for young Peurto Ricans to go and rap and freestyle over instrumental hip-hop and dancehall-ragga tracks. DJ Negro, who was the resident DJ of the club released "The Noise Vol. 1" in 1994. The sound was raw, with heavy bass and fast beats. A few years later, DJ Negro hooked up with a Panamanian DJ "Chombo" and they released "Los Cuentos de la Cripta".

    Mainstream record labels weren't particularly interested in the new material that came out of Panama and Puerto Rico and radio stations ended up boycotting the albums, even criticizing their lyrics for being vulgar and violent.

    After the unlikely success of "The Noise" series, a Puerto Rican entrepreneur, Raphy Pina decided to try out his luck with the new music and funded Pina Records. He then signed almost every MC-DJ-Producer in the scene at the time - Big Boy, Vico C, Gringo, Baby Rasta, and Don Chezina to name a few had their videos played in TV stations and their music was also played in some radios. Even with the lack of production resources, the immense quality of music and what it was saying truly shone through and started to spread on its own. If it was violent, this was only because it truly reflected the dehumanizing effects of poverty and institutional racism, a reality that most of Latin America's poor new chose but had to endure for decades. By the late 90s, Reggaeton ended up becoming the music of the Latin American underclass, whose condition was the same as that of Venezuela and Colombia.

  • Q: How has Reggaeton Music changed over time?



  • Over the past decade, reggaeton has received mainstream recognition in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean community, where the genre originated from, and in countries including Puerto Rico, Cuba, Panama, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Colombia, and Venezuela, where it is now regarded as one of the most popular music genres. Reggaeton has also seen increased popularity in the wider Latin America region, including Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Ecuador, and Peru. It has also spread in United States, Europe, and Asia.

  • Q: Who are the people that perform Reggaeton music?



  • Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Nicky Jam, Don Omar, Bad Bunny, Maluma, Wisin & Yandel, Ozuna, among others.

  • Q: Can I pay for my new reggaeton beat with credit card and/or debit card?



  • Yes, you can definitely pay for your beat through credit card and/or debit card. At Gemtracks, customer satisfaction is given high priority. We value our customers for choosing our services, hence why we aim to give our best efforts be it at providing high-quality beats or offering an interactive website or through safe, secure payment methods. You will choose from several safe and secure payment options on our website - PayPal, Credit cards, and using Stripe. The website is extremely secure so you don't have to worry about your payments. In fact, you should only worry about selecting the best beats because there are so many exceptional beats to choose from!

    Once you have purchased the beat, it will be immediately sent to the mentioned email address in either .rar or .zip file as long as you've mentioned the right email address. Moreover, you won't have to worry about file duplication or potential plagiarism issues because, at Gemtracks, we sell each beat only once, which means if you buy the searched beat, you will become the full copyright owner of the purchased beat.

  • Q: Can I pay for my beat with PayPal and/or PayPal balance?



  • Yes, you can definitely pay for your beat PayPal and/or PayPal balance.

    At Gemtracks, customer satisfaction is given high priority. We value our customers for choosing our services, hence why we aim to give our best efforts be it at providing high-quality beats or offering an interactive website or through safe, secure payment methods.

    You will choose from several safe and secure payment options on our website - PayPal, Credit cards, and using Stripe. The website is extremely secure so you don't have to worry about your payments. In fact, you should only worry about selecting the best beats because there are so many exceptional beats to choose from!

    Once you have purchased the beat, it will be immediately sent to the mentioned email address in either .rar or .zip file as long as you've mentioned the right email address. Moreover, you won't have to worry about file duplication or potential plagiarism issues because, at Gemtracks, we sell each beat only once, which means if you buy the searched beat, you will become the full copyright owner of the purchased beat.

  • Q: Can I pay for my new reggaeton beat with Venmo?



  • We are very sorry to inform you that no, you cannot pay for your beat through Venmo. However, there are other easy methods to make the payment and enjoy high-quality, royalty-free beats at Gemtracks.

    At Gemtracks, customer satisfaction is given high priority. We value our customers for choosing our services, hence why we aim to give our best efforts be it at providing high-quality beats or offering an interactive website or through safe, secure payment methods.

    You will choose from several safe and secure payment options on our website - PayPal, Credit cards, and using Stripe. The website is extremely secure so you don't have to worry about your payments. In fact, you should only worry about selecting the best beats because there are so many exceptional beats to choose from!

    Once you have purchased the beat, it will be immediately sent to the mentioned email address in either .rar or .zip file as long as you've mentioned the right email address. Moreover, you won't have to worry about file duplication or potential plagiarism issues because, at Gemtracks, we sell each beat only once, which means if you buy the searched beat, you will become the full copyright owner of the purchased beat.

    Can I pay for my new reggaeton beat with Apple Pay?

    We are very sorry to inform you that no, you cannot pay for your beat through Apple Pay. However, there are other easy methods to make the payment and enjoy high-quality, royalty-free beats at Gemtracks.

    At Gemtracks, customer satisfaction is given high priority. We value our customers for choosing our services, hence why we aim to give our best efforts be it at providing high-quality beats or offering an interactive website or through safe, secure payment methods. You will choose from several safe and secure payment options on our website - PayPal, Credit cards, and using Stripe. The website is extremely secure so you don't have to worry about your payments. In fact, you should only worry about selecting the best beats because there are so many exceptional beats to choose from!

    Once you have purchased the beat, it will be immediately sent to the mentioned email address in either .rar or .zip file as long as you've mentioned the right email address. Moreover, you won't have to worry about file duplication or potential plagiarism issues because, at Gemtracks, we sell each beat only once, which means if you buy the searched beat, you will become the full copyright owner of the purchased beat.

    Can I pay for my new reggaeton beat with Google pay?

    We are very sorry to inform you that no, you cannot pay for your beat through Google Pay. However, there are other easy methods to make the payment and enjoy high-quality, royalty-free beats at Gemtracks.

    At Gemtracks, customer satisfaction is given high priority. We value our customers for choosing our services, hence why we aim to give our best efforts be it at providing high-quality beats or offering an interactive website or through safe, secure payment methods. You will choose from several safe and secure payment options on our website - PayPal, Credit cards, and using Stripe. The website is extremely secure so you don't have to worry about your payments. In fact, you should only worry about selecting the best beats because there are so many exceptional beats to choose from!

    Once you have purchased the beat, it will be immediately sent to the mentioned email address in either .rar or .zip file as long as you've mentioned the right email address. Moreover, you won't have to worry about file duplication or potential plagiarism issues because, at Gemtracks, we sell each beat only once, which means if you buy the searched beat, you will become the full copyright owner of the purchased beat.

  • Q: Can I add other instruments to a reggaeton beat after purchase?



  • Yes, you can definitely add other instrumentals once you've purchased the beat. In fact, you can do anything you want with the beat after purchasing it. You can either use it as it is, make changes to the stem files, sell it, make money off of the beat, and more. Once a Gemtracks beat is sold, it'll be removed from the library and you will be the sole copyright owner of that beat. Moreover, we never claim any percentage of profits you make from those beats and the beats are 100% royalty-free.

    It can be quite tricky to find the right beat for your track on Gemtracks because there are so many amazing options to choose from. You will be surprised by the quality of beats we have here. Take your time and select from the array of exciting beat options than the actual process of buying and procuring the beats. Once you buy the beats, you will be immediately sent the mastered track and stems in zip files. The files will be in .rar and .zip file format, which you can open on your PC or MacBook and make changes to the instrumentals the way you want to. Customize the instrumentals of the beat to suit your track, start distributing the track to make profits, and keep 100% of profits made from it.

  • Sours: https://www.gemtracks.com/beats/reggaeton/
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