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Los Tigres Turn Up The Heat On Mexican Folk Songs

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Some of the hottest artists in Latin music descend on Miami for the annual Billboard Latin Music Conference and Awards. All week long, host Michel Martin hears from Jasmine Garsd and Felix Contreras, co-hosts of NPR Music's Alt.Latino podcast. Today they look at Los Tigres del Norte and their hugely popular take on Corridos, or ballads.
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