Pachanga Playlist: 15 Latino Throwback Jams for Your Next Party

Pachanga Playlist: 15 Latino Throwback Jams for Your Next Party

It’s pachanga season and we are going back at least 10 years to dig up some amazing Latino throwback jams. At any party back in the day, you might have heard some Spanish pop, Shakira, Latino hip-hop, a little JLo and plenty of cumbias – this list has them all. If you remember these songs fondly and love a good throwback jam, this list is for you. This is music for grown folks.

Fito Olivares La Charanga 

Relive every quinceanera and school dance from the 90s!

Azul Azul Bomba

Millions of wedding DJs can’t be wrong.

Mayonesa Chocolate

One of the first songs that taught you how to menear.

Shakira La Tortura

A little Shaki for when the party gets a little steamy.

Baby Bash Suga Suga

And some Baby Bash for when you want it to stay that way.

Frankie J That Girl

We all wanted to be that girl.

Jennifer Lopez Get Right

Come for the song, stay for JLo’s amazing chola brows.

Shakira Ojos Asi

Who else misses dark-haired Shaki?

Manu Chao Me Gustas Tu

The hippy kids all loved this song.

Calle 13 Atrevete Te Te

Levantate, ponte hyper.

El Gran Silencio Chuntaro Style

Get everyone out on the floor.

Ozomatli Cumbia de los Muertos

Start the cumbiazaso with one of Ozo’s grown up jams.

Kumbia Kings Azucar

Keep it going!

Ninel Conde Bon Bon Asesino

We can forgive the objectification because this song is just so fun.

Selena La Carcacha

You can’t go wrong with this classic jam from the one and only cumbia queen.

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