Mas Flow: Reggaeton Royalty Ivy Queen and the Noise Reflect on the Genre’s Rise

It’s a foggy May evening in New York City, and at the northern tip of Manhattan sits La Marina, a bar and lounge nestled along the Hudson River. Behind the dock, sweltering Caribbean dance grooves blast from an outdoor sound system. Hundreds of party-goers amass behind the restaurant, sweating under the influence of perreo – a doggy-style dance that pervades the

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