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Emilio Navaira, Bobby Pulido, Freddy Fender + more featured on ‘Latino Infused Country’ Playlist for Hispanic Heritage Month

The playlist also features Spanish songs from George Strait, Kacey Musgraves, Jon Pardi, and more.

Courtesy of UMG Nashville

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, UMG Nashville has curated an exclusive playlist entitled “Latino Infused Country” that consists of Latinx artists covering country songs and American country songs with an influence of Latin music.

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The playlist features songs from late Tejano legend Emilio Navaira, like “It’s Not the End of the World,” “Has Cuanto He Dicho Que Te Amo,” and “Tú Robaste Mi Corazón,” a duet with late bicultural icon Selena. “Wasted Days And Wasted Nights,” an iconic song from late Tex-Mex and Country legend Freddy Fender is also included, along with songs from Tejano icon Bobby Pulido, Javier Molina, and Grupo Limite.

On the Country side, George Strait’s hits like “El Rey” and “Codigo” are included, as are songs from Kacey Musgraves like “Gracias a La Vida” and “star-crossed.” Plus many more.

A cumbia collaboration with Regional Mexican singer Chiquis and Latin Pop singer Becky G on the Dolly Parton Country classic “Jolene” is also included.

Listen to the Latino Infused Country playlist now.

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