The Samba

 

The Samba originated in Brazil. It was and is danced as a festival dance during the street festivals and celebrations. First introduced in the U.S. in a Broadway play called "Street Carnival" in the late twenties. The festive style and mood of the dance has kept it alive and popular to this day. Samba is a fun dance that fits most of today's popular music.

 

Song Suggestions:

 

Magdelina by Sergio Mendez

Hi-Power by Sambas Pa Ti

Batacuda by DJ Dero

Move Baby Move by Sambas Pa Ti

Senorita Sexy by Casa Musica Vol 13 Latin Energy

The Hips Don't Lie by Shakira

Santo, Santo by So Pra Contrariar

Techno Cumbia by Selena

Hit Me Up by Gia Farrell

La Bomba by King Africa (Extended Mix)

Baila baila con migo by Domino

Black Machine Jazz Machine by Dance With Me Soundtrack

Bailamos by Enrique Iglesias

Dance With Me by Slumber Party Girls

Si Mi Ami by Toto Cutugno

Ain't It Funny by Jennifer Lopez

Africa by Toto

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