American music has always been and will always be synonymous with Black music. Every single genre of music that originated on American soil, whether it be minstrel, jazz, blues, rock in roll, yacht rock, country, or disco, was all created or inspired by Black artists. Before Black music, white people in America only really listened to classical music imported from Europe.
If there is one person who could mix folklorico music culture with sweet modern tastes well, it is Natalia Lafourcade. Kind and pixie-like, Natalia Lafourcade has set the stage for many singers who are reconnecting with their roots. Some of the popular songs she sang included “Nada es Verdad,” “Nunca es Suficiente,” and “Soledad y el Mar.”