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What does "Un ritmo sin igual" mean?

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I think "Un ritmo sin igual" literally means "A rhythm without equal," but that's kind of a rough translation. What's a better paraphrase of this sentence?

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updated NOV 23, 2009
posted by thaibean06

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A unique rhythm

Very popular phrase in Spanish music:

Baila Baila esta cumbia tiene un ritmo sin igual nadie se quede sentado todos salen a bailar.

Dance, dance this cumbia (Cumbia is a Colombian musical style and folk dance) it has a unique rhythm, nobody stays seated, everyone comes out to dance. LOL

updated NOV 23, 2009
edited by 0068e2f4
posted by 0068e2f4
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