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Which Is The Best Latin Record Pool For Club DJs?

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The popularity of Latin music has increased tremendously in recent years. The commercial success of Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Luis Fonsi, J Balvin etc has meant that most club DJs now need access to a Latin record pool.

So which is the best Latin record pool?

In my opinion, BPM Latino is the best Latin record pool. They cater for many different genres of Latin music, their libraries are regularly updated and the standard monthly subscription allows unlimited downloads of audio and video files.

Moreover, the pricing structure of BPM Latino is very simple. A standard subscription will get you unlimited downloads of audio and video for $19.99 per month, whereas the premium subscription is priced at $29.99 per month and includes a back-up DVD of the audio and video added to the site that month.

In addition to downloading files individually, BPM Latino also includes an option that allows you to easily add your chosen files to a folder that can be downloaded as a single zip pack at your own convenience.

Website: bpmlatino.com

Price: Starting from $19.99 per month

Billing Cycle: Monthly

Are there any other record pools for Latin music?

While BPM Latino gets my vote as the best Latin record pool, there is some fierce competition from rival record pools.

All of the record pools included in this list have extensive libraries with tracks from all of the popular genres of Latin music including Reggaeton, Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia, Dembow, Latin Pop, Latin Jazz and Rock En Espanol among others.

The Runner-Up

Latino Music Pool

Latino Music Pool has one of the cleanest interfaces of all the record pools I have ever subscribed to. In addition to this, they also have a fantastic library of audio and video files from all genres of Latin music.

Price was the only factor that prevented me from having more difficulty in choosing a winner between BPM Latino and Latino Music Pool.

With subscriptions starting from $29.99, Latino Music Pool is 50% more expensive than the standard package offered by BPM Latino.

While it could be argued that Latino Music Pool updates their library and their charts more regularly than BPM Latino does, I don’t feel that this is worth the additional cost.

Latino Music Pool price their subscriptions as follows:

  • One month – $29.95
  • Three months – $84.95 (Saving $4.90)
  • Six months – $159.95 (Saving $19.75)
  • One year – $299.95 (Saving $59.45)

As you can see, Latino Music Pool does offer discounts if subscribing for three, six or twelve months.

However, paying upfront for a year is not an option for me as I like to move between the different records pools regularly.

In addition to this, the amount that is saved when subscribing for three or six months is not enough to tempt me to commit for longer than one month at a time.

Website: latinomusicpool.com

Price: Starting from $29.99 per month

Billing Cycle: Monthly

The best of the rest

Latinos Unidos

Latinos Unidos have been in business for a quarter of a century and host in excess of 250,000 audio and video files on their servers.

While the Latinos Unidos file library is arguably the largest of all the Latin record pools, it means that it comes with the largest subscription price too.

They have several monthly subscription options:

  • Audio only – $19.99
  • Video only – $24.99
  • Audio and video – $39.99

If subscribing on an annual basis, there are some significant discounts to be enjoyed:

  • Audio only – $189.99
  • Video only – $249.99
  • Audio and video – $365.00

Opting for one of the annual packages will generate a saving in the region of 20%, but the main benefit of the longer subscription is that Latinos Unidos give unlimited access to their entire back catalogue. This could be priceless to someone who is looking to build a collection of Latin classics as well as present-day anthems.

If you are a monthly subscriber, the downloads are restricted to the previous six months. This means that these subscription packages would be more suitable to someone who is just trying to keep up-to-date with the latest floor fillers.

Regardless of which subscription you choose, the Latinos Unidos libraries are updated on a regular basis and they also upload zip packs which can reduce or even eliminate the need to keep logging in and checking for new additions.

Website: latinosunidosonline.net

Price: Starting from $19.99 per month

Billing Cycle: Monthly

Worthy of a mention

DJ Latino

I have included DJ Latino in this list because of the positive feedback I have heard from other DJs. I have never taken a subscription with them myself.

I understand that DJ Latino have a large library of Latin music which spans most genres and complements their impressive back catalogue.

In addition to the Latin music, they also cater for house, trap and hip-hop. They do not offer any video files.

The reason why I have never subscribed to DJ Latino is that their website looks very dated. I have been assured that they do update their library regularly with the latest music and, at the time of writing, they do have an active SSL certificate.

Although I am intrigued to check out what they have to offer, until I see a more welcoming interface, I won’t be subscribing.

DJ Latino’s pricing is as follows:

  • One month – $29.99
  • Six months – $149.99
  • One year – $299.99

Website: djlatino.com

Price: Starting from $29.99 per month

Billing Cycle: Monthly

What about record pools for other genres of music?

While Latin music is currently being requested in all corners of the globe, there will always be a requirement for club DJs to also play various genres of house music.

If you are considering joining a record pool for house music and require an unbiased opinion, you should check out my article regarding the best house music record pool.

Better DJing Top Tip

To get the most from any record pool, I always advise DJs to stay with a provider for a month or two and then move on to the next one.

You will eventually find a favourite record pool that you feel comfortable with, but you can maintain extra diversity if you constantly move between the different pools and build a collection of the exclusive tracks that each one has to offer.

Latin Record Pool Conclusion

None of the Latin record pools listed in this article will provide you with every track you need, but they will all supply the biggest tracks of the moment and save you money in comparison to paying for each track individually.

Switching record pools regularly will enable you to pick up those hard-to-find remixes or those rare classics from the back catalogue.

Whatever style of Latin music you want to specialise in, you will find the solution here with one of the options listed above.

I hope that this article has helped you in some way. If you have any questions about the Latin record pools listed here, or any suggestions for alternative record pools that I may have missed, please feel free to leave a comment.

1 thought on “Which Is The Best Latin Record Pool For Club DJs?”

  1. Hi Scott,

    Great article! Really enjoyed reading it, I’m obviously biased on the best latin record pool choice lol, but I thought you did a really great job at explaining each platform and what they each have to offer.

    Sadly enough, there isn’t much articles out there that explain the record pool space as well as you do.

    Keep up the good work!

    – OP


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