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Mexican cumbia is the form of cumbia dance and music found in Mexico. In fact, it consists of several different rhythms in its own. It includes the Cumbia Norteņa (Northern Cumbia), consisting of drums, congas, accordion, bajo sexto, and bass guitar. Mexican singer Rigo Tovar further popularized this music by adding elements of rock and roll and introducing electric guitars and synthesizers in the 1970s and 1980s. Yet another style of cumbia popular around the central area is the Sonidero. Sonidero music consists of similar instrumental elements (guitar, keyboards, bass guitar, drums, congas, and guiro.) It is a special and distinct sub-genre because of the keyboard sounds used. Grupo Soņador and Celso Piņa is a good example of that style of cumbia.

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