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Colombian cumbia and porro began to become popular in Mexico combined with local sounds, with Tony Camargo creating the beginnings of Mexican cumbia. Later styles include the Technocumbia , tropical Cumbia, Cumbia grupera , Mexican Andean Cumbia, and Cumbia sonidera, which uses synthesizers and electric batteries. In the s, Mike Laure incorporated rock and roll into cumbia, to create a new style. Also in the s the Mexican singer Rigo Tovar popularized a fusion of cumbia with ballad.
Nicaragua became a stronghold of Cumbia music during the s and s. The country has its own variation of cumbia music and dance.source
Peru, like other American countries, was invaded by the first cumbia recordings made in Colombia from the north and from the capital. Since the early 60s', the Cumbia Peruana has had great exponents. While initially had strong influences from Colombian cumbia, over time it has achieved a unique and distinctive style with shades or rhythms influenced by rock, Huayno, native dances of the jungle, waltz, bolero, merengue, salsa, etc. The rhythm was understood soon in all regions of the country, prompting some groups to introduce some Peruvian musical elements, making electric guitars protagonists.
Contributions from Peru to the cumbia are interpretation, compositions and variations like Tropical andean cumbia ; thanks to the contribution of Peruvian cumbia, this genre is known throughout South America. Peruvian cumbia, particularly from the s to mids, is generally known as "Chicha", although this definition is quite problematic as both Peruvian cumbia and Chicha currently co-exist and influence each other good examples include Agua Marina's popular cover of Los Eco's "Paloma Ajena" and Grupo Nectar's cover of Guinda's "Cerveza, Ron y Guinda".
These groups would be classified as Cumbia but often take songs and techniques from Chicha and Huayno in their stylings or as songs. Grupo Fantasma was a Peruvian-Mexican cumbia group. Andean Cumbia, is a style that combines Andean music and cumbia. This style has even become popular in Mexico, as some groups like Grupo Saya claim to be Cumbia andina mexicana , Mexican Andean Cumbia. Since the s the cumbia has great success and impact in Venezuela due to its proximity to Colombia and to the emigration of Colombians. The most significant contributions have been creating Venezuelan cumbia styles using melodic organs and harps.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Folkloric genre and dance from Colombia. Not to be confused with Kumbia , Cumbria , Cambia , or Cambria. The neutrality of this article is disputed. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page.
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