Dinner Party Playlist: Latin Music

When you walk into a party and you hear music playing, you just feel good immediately, right?

I’m a sucker for some good Latin pop music, which I think can lighten anyone’s heart as they walk through the door, as well as the cook in the kitchen.

Below is a list of my favorite Latin songs that are suitable for any kind of dinner party, whether tacos are on your menu or not.

Or even just dancing around your house, which is totally appropriate too.

Hope you are inspired to download a few songs and throw a party of your own!

What are some of your favorite songs to play while entertaining?

Hasta luego,

Dinner Party Playlist: Latin Music

  1. Gipsy Kings – Djobi, Djoba
  2. Gipsy Kings – Bamboleo
  3. Gipsy Kings – Hotel California (Spanish Mix)
  4. Gipsy Kings – Volare
  5. Gipsy Kings – Bem, Bem Maria
  6. Buena Vista Social Club – El Cuarto de Tula
  7. Buena Vista Social Club – Chan Chan
  8. Buena Vista Social Club – Amor de Loca Juventud
  9. Buena Vista Social Club — El Carretero
  10. Juanes – A Dios Le Pido
  11. Juanes – La Paga
  12. Juanes – Podemos Hacernos Daño
  13. Juanes – Para Ser Eterno
  14. Juanes – Soñador
  15. Julieta Venegas – Eres Para Mí
  16. Los Corraleras de Majagual – La Burrita
  17. Los Corraleras de Majagual – No Me Busques
  18. Compay Segundo – Amor Gigante
  19. Compay Segundo – Guantanamera
  20. Juan Luis Guerra – Ojala que llueva café

One response to “Dinner Party Playlist: Latin Music

  1. Awesome play list! Latin music is fabulous for cooking background music, too 🙂


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