RAP:Genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment.
M. ELECTRÓNICA:It refers to music that emphasizes the use of electronic musical instruments or electronic music technology as a central aspect of the sound of the music.
ROCK:Music that evolved in the 1950's and was a combination of rhythm and blues, country, jazz, gospel, and pop. It had significant impacts on social dancing, clothing fashions, and expressions of protest.
METAL: It refers to as "speed Metal", amazing guitar work with fast and synchronized ensemble playing; changes in tempo, meter, and accents.
MÚSICA CLÁSICA: Traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste.
Popular music of Puerto Rican origin that combines rap with Caribbean rhythms.
MÚSICA POP:Term coined in the 1950s for music that reflected the tastes and styles popular with the teen and young adult market.
JAZZ: Music style that developed from blues, ragtime, and other earlier styles.
SALSA: This is a favored name for a type of Latin music which, for the most part, has its roots in Cuban culture and is enhanced by jazz textures.
VALLENATO M.:Colombian accordion-driven syle of music.