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ROSALÍA
ROSALÍA
ESPLatin Pop

ROSALÍA

ESPPopLatin Pop
Alejandro Sanz
Alejandro Sanz
ESPLatin Pop

Alejandro Sanz

ESPPopLatin Pop
C. Tangana
C. Tangana
ESPAlternative Hip Hop

C. Tangana

ESPHip HopAlternative Hip Hop
Estopa
Estopa
ESPLatin Pop

Estopa

ESPPopLatin Pop
Gipsy Kings
Gipsy Kings
FRAFlamenco

Gipsy Kings

FRAEuropeanFlamenco
Joaquin Sabina
Joaquin Sabina
ESPFlamenco

Joaquin Sabina

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
India Martinez
India Martinez
ESPFlamenco

India Martinez

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
Elena Yerevan
Elena Yerevan
ARMFlamenco

Elena Yerevan

ARMEuropeanFlamenco
Andy & Lucas
Andy & Lucas
ESPLatin Pop

Andy & Lucas

ESPPopLatin Pop
Marcin
Marcin
POLFlamenco

Marcin

POLEuropeanFlamenco
Antonio José
Antonio José
ESPLatin Pop

Antonio José

ESPPopLatin Pop
Maka
Maka
ESPReggaeton

Maka

ESPLatinReggaeton
Rosario
Rosario
ESPFlamenco

Rosario

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
Niña Pastori
Niña Pastori
ESPFlamenco

Niña Pastori

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
Isabel Pantoja
Isabel Pantoja
ESPLatin Pop

Isabel Pantoja

ESPPopLatin Pop
El Arrebato
El Arrebato
ESPFlamenco

El Arrebato

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
Galvan Real
Galvan Real
ESPLatin Pop

Galvan Real

ESPPopLatin Pop
El Barrio
El Barrio
ESPFlamenco

El Barrio

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
Los Rebujitos
Los Rebujitos
ESPLatin Pop

Los Rebujitos

ESPPopLatin Pop
Luis Cortés
Luis Cortés
ESPFlamenco

Luis Cortés

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
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Top Artists by Radio Spins Last month

Gipsy Kings
Gipsy Kings
FRAFlamenco

Gipsy Kings

FRAEuropeanFlamenco
20K radio spins
Joaquin Sabina
Joaquin Sabina
ESPFlamenco

Joaquin Sabina

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
6.7K radio spins
Rosario
Rosario
ESPFlamenco

Rosario

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
4.6K radio spins
Chiquetete
Chiquetete
ESPFlamenco

Chiquetete

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
3.5K radio spins
India Martinez
India Martinez
ESPFlamenco

India Martinez

ESPEuropeanFlamenco
3.1K radio spins

Most Streamed Spotify Tracks

Past Month
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Bamboléo
Bamboléo
631.3K streams
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Volare (Nel Blu di Pinto di Blu)
Volare (Nel Blu di Pinto di Blu)
490.1K streams
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¡Que Bonito!
¡Que Bonito!
273.4K streams
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Mi Estrella Blanca
Mi Estrella Blanca
260.6K streams
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19 Dias y 500 Noches
19 Dias y 500 Noches
246.6K streams
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Y Nos Dieron las Diez
Y Nos Dieron las Diez
226.7K streams
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La isla del amor (feat. Maki)
La isla del amor (feat. Maki)
202.9K streams
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Djobi, Djoba
Djobi, Djoba
202.6K streams
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Por el Bulevar de los Sueños Rotos
Por el Bulevar de los Sueños Rotos
200.4K streams
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Y Sin Embargo
Y Sin Embargo
199.1K streams
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Bamboléo

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Volare (Nel Blu di Pinto di Blu)

3

¡Que Bonito!

4

Mi Estrella Blanca

5

19 Dias y 500 Noches

6

Y Nos Dieron las Diez

7

La isla del amor (feat. Maki)

8

Djobi, Djoba

9

Por el Bulevar de los Sueños Rotos

10

Y Sin Embargo

Top Spotify Playlists

Flamenco 100%
Flamenco 100%
Spotify
293K followers
This Is C. Tangana
This Is C. Tangana
Spotify
285.9K followers
Flamenco Pop: Clásicos
Flamenco Pop: Clásicos
Spotify
162.5K followers
Joaquin Sabina 50 mejores canciones
Joaquin Sabina 50 mejores canciones
Juan Antonio Jimenez
146.1K followers
This Is Gipsy Kings
This Is Gipsy Kings
Spotify
144K followers
Rumba que tumba
Rumba que tumba
Spotify
114.3K followers

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Music stats for top 3,000 artists last month

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      Flamenco artists
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      219.6M
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      Radio Airplay
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      Overview of Flamenco music

      Flamenco music originated in Andalusia, Spain, and has deep roots in the region's cultural, social, and historical context. Its origins are unclear, but it is believed to have been influenced by the music of the Gitanos (Gypsies) who arrived in Spain in the 15th century.

      Flamenco music is characterized by its intense emotions, intricate rhythms, and passionate vocalizations. The music is often accompanied by dancing, which is an integral part of the art form. Flamenco has evolved over time, influenced by various musical styles and traditions, but it has remained a powerful and expressive form of music and dance.

      Today, it is celebrated around the world, and Andalusia hosts numerous festivals and events dedicated to Flamenco music and dance. The art form continues to evolve and inspire new generations of musicians and dancers, ensuring its place as a vibrant and important part of Spain's cultural heritage.

      Which musicians and bands defined Flamenco music?

      Flamenco music, originating from the Andalusian region of Spain, has been defined and shaped by numerous influential musicians and bands. Paco de Lucía, a virtuoso flamenco guitarist, pushed the genre's boundaries by incorporating jazz and classical influences. Camarón de la Isla, a legendary flamenco singer, brought intense emotion and expressiveness to his powerful vocals. Manolo Sanlúcar, a renowned flamenco guitarist and composer, expanded the genre's repertoire by fusing it with elements of classical music.

      Other notable figures include Tomatito, a contemporary guitarist known for his collaborations with Camarón de la Isla, and Paco Peña, an internationally acclaimed flamenco guitarist and composer. Vicente Amigo's technical prowess and emotive playing style have solidified his status as a leading contemporary flamenco guitarist. Diego el Cigala, a flamenco singer, has successfully fused flamenco with Latin music and jazz, broadening its appeal. Niña Pastori, a popular singer, has modernized flamenco by infusing it with pop and Latin influences while maintaining its traditional essence.

      These artists, among others, have played vital roles in defining flamenco music, showcasing its diversity and continuing its evolution. Their contributions have expanded the genre's horizons and brought flamenco to global audiences, ensuring its enduring legacy.

      Which songs and albums defined Flamenco music?

      Flamenco music has been defined and immortalized through various iconic songs and albums by influential artists. Paco de Lucía's "Entre Dos Aguas," featured in his 1973 album of the same name, became a breakout hit and a benchmark for flamenco fusion. Its infectious rhythm and innovative blend of flamenco with jazz elements made it an emblematic composition. Camarón de la Isla's 1979 album, "La Leyenda del Tiempo," produced by Paco de Lucía, marked a turning point in flamenco. It embraced unconventional approaches, fusing traditional flamenco singing with rock and avant-garde influences. The title track, "La Leyenda del Tiempo," is a remarkable example of Camarón's powerful vocals and experimental spirit.

      Paco Peña's 1992 album, "Misa Flamenca," presents a groundbreaking fusion of flamenco with sacred choral music. It combines traditional flamenco forms with a religious context, creating a captivating and unique musical experience. Vicente Amigo's 2000 album, "Ciudad de las Ideas," showcases his virtuosity and compositional skills. The title track, "Ciudad de las Ideas," exemplifies Amigo's ability to blend tradition with innovation, delivering powerful melodies and intricate guitar work. In 2003, Diego el Cigala's collaboration with Cuban pianist Bebo Valdés resulted in the album "Lágrimas Negras," which blends flamenco with Afro-Cuban rhythms and jazz influences. The album's title track, "Lágrimas Negras," showcases the emotional depth and cross-cultural fusion that defined the record.

      These songs and albums, among others, have played a significant role in defining and shaping the landscape of flamenco music. They represent both traditional and innovative approaches, showcasing the genre's versatility and enduring appeal. From Paco de Lucía's influential fusion to Camarón de la Isla's experimental spirit, Paco Peña's fusion with choral music, Vicente Amigo's virtuosity, and Diego el Cigala's cross-cultural collaboration, these artists and their works have left an indelible mark on the world of flamenco.

      Which music festivals and events represent Flamenco music?

      Some of the most important music festivals and events that represent the Flamenco music genre are the Festival de Jerez, held annually in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, which showcases a wide range of flamenco performances and workshops, the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla, held every two years in Seville, Spain, which is one of the most important Flamenco festivals in the world, and the Festival Flamenco de Nîmes, held annually in Nîmes, France, which brings together some of the best Flamenco artists from Spain and around the world.

      Other notable Flamenco events include the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada, the Festival Flamenco de Madrid, and the Festival de Cante de las Minas, held annually in La Unión, Spain. These festivals and events offer a unique opportunity to experience the rich and diverse world of Flamenco music, dance, and culture.