Merengue Radio Stations

We have 34 radio stations playing Merengue.

Carnavaleando Radio

Frutos Del Carnaval - CUCO VALOY
Genres: merengue salsa

Latina 104

Zacarias Ferreira - El Amor Vencera
Genres: merengue

Radio Dj Guatemala
Genres: reggaeton electronica bachata merengue cumbia

Estrella FM
Genres: emisora latina salsa merengue bachata

Radio Studio Souto - Axé Folia

Ivete Sangalo - Pererê
Genres: merengue

Radio Caliente507

Ruben Blades - Camaleon
Genres: merengue salsa reggaeton

Radio Korsou FM 93.9

Genres: latin merengue

Radio Succes Sin Stress

Brusca Manigua - Papaito

Genres: latin merengue salsa

Radio Util
Genres: merengue bachata salsa cumbia reagueton

Bomba Fm Europa-DesdeTenerife-Mad rid-Cali-Londres Dj John Freddy Sterling "El Poder En Tu Radio"

Genres: tu explosion latina salsa merengue

Ecos de Rumiñahui 88.9FM
Genres: latin salsa merengue


Genres: 70s 90s merengue

Radio Ebenezer 580

Alejandro Allen - Alejandro Allen - Alejandro Allen - Alejandro Allen -Los Muros Caen(Pista)
Genres: gospel talk merengue


Yiyo Sarante - Amor De Sal 2015
Genres: latin merengue reggaeton

Zona Rumbera Internacionl

Genres: latin merengue reggaeton

La tocata rumbera
Genres: reggaeton new wave merengue - LZM RADIO

Revolucion Salsera - Mi Princesa
Genres: merengue salsa bachata balada y


Bonny Cepeda (Feat. Jossie Esteban) - A Los Hombres
Genres: merengue latin

Radio Activa 502

Calibre 50 - Siempre Te Voy A Querer

Genres: blues merengue electro

Mucha de veinte amores
Genres: merengue

About Merengue Music

Merengue is a form of music and dance that is hugely popular in latin america and several of the united states major cities. Merengue emerged in the dominican republic during the mid 19th century as the countrys national music but it would later go on to become very popular in the united states in cities such as new york by the 1930s. Stylistically it is characterised by its fast paced arrangement and 2-4 beat with the instrumentation traditionally including a diatonic accordion, a two-sided tambora drum and the guira percussion instrument. More contemporary instrumental changes now include the additional use of the bass guitar, keyboards, saxaphone and other percussive instruments such as congas and timbales.

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