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Cumbia rap is a spin-off of the original cumbia genre. It consists of a more traditional Colombian rhythm, as well as some hip hop and reggae type additions. Pioneers of cumbia rap include Crooked Stilo from Los Angeles, Chicos de Barrio from Coahuila, in Argentina as well as the Kumbia Kings from Texas.
Other exponents of the genre from Argentina include cumbia villera/rap fusion band "Bajo Palabra" and the Queer members filled band "Kumbia Queers"
- "Urban fusions" 113 (40). Billboard. October 6, 2001. p. 53.
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