4.1 - El papel de los cantantes y musicos

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  • 4.1 - El papel de los cantantes y musicos
    • Influence on teens
      • Teens listen to music 2-3 hours a day
      • Teens want to identify with their favourite songs
      • Teens see their faovurite artists as a way to express themselves. They might buy merch and fan clothing.
      • Teens feel their family don't understand them so once they find a song they can relate to, they try to find out everything they can about the artist, who feels the same way as them.
      • With great power comes great responsibility. Should artists aim to be a positive role model on teens.
    • Spanish music
      • Latino singers
        • Modern singers
          • Shakira
            • Founded 'Fundacion Pies Descalzos' and others - Helping vulnerable Columbian children through education
            • UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
          • Enrique Iglesias
            • Charity concerts
            • Humanitarian
            • Supported many charities, including Help for Heres and Live Earth
            • Coproduced album 'Download to Donate for Haiti'
          • Maluma
            • Sexist lyrics, eg. song 'Felices Los Cuatro', promotes violence against women and depicts women asobjects.
        • Older singers
          • Joan Manuel Serrat
          • Celia Cruz
          • Julio Iglesias
    • Modern music
      • More bass
      • Lyrics are now of less importance, it's all about making clubhits - to dance to
        • lyrics are just about drugs, money and women
      • Electronic - guitar, sampler
    • Traditional music
      • Focused more on lyrics
        • Political/social issues
    • Why are more and more people listening to Spanish music everyday?
      • Modern day latin singers (Shakira, Enrique Iglesias) put a modern touch on songs
      • Dance shows (Strictly come Dancing) screen latin dance
        • Results in Latin Dance classes popping up
      • Nearly 600 million people in the world are Spanish speaking
      • Streaming platform makes it more accessible
    • Salsa
      • The word 'Salsa' meaning sauce. It is said to originate from adding 'flavour' to a piece of music.
      • Originate froms 16th century in Cuba. Evolved from forms such as Son, Cha Cha Cha and Mambo.
        • After WW2, when Latinamericans immigrated to New York after WW2, in search of a better life, hispanic immigrants established themselves in Upper Mahattan, which is where the dance we now know as 'Salsa' originated from.
          • Was commercialised in the 70s by the father of Salsa Jerry Masucci

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