Barras y Rimas
The explosion of Latin rap over the past two decades isn’t just a reflection of shifting demographics, it’s a testament to the impact Spanish-speaking artists have had on the culture more globally. The tracks here aren’t bound by place—if anything, it’s amazing to recognize just how geographically diverse Latin rappers are, from first-generation Americans to Argentinians, Mexico across the ocean to Spain. Trap, drill, classic, and crossover, this is the sound of Latin rap today. Our editors update tracks regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library.