combining elements of black African culture with those of Cuban culture.
percussive Latin music originating in Cuba and showing strong African rhythmic influence.
Contemporary Examples

He was absolutely insatiable in his love of Afro-Cuban music and jazz.
Belafonte’s Activist Life Richard Porton October 15, 2011

Our connection actually happened over Afro-Cuban music, and salsa.
Extra Virgin: The Sauciest Show on TV Marlow Stern April 5, 2011

of or relating to a type of jazz influenced by Cuban variants of African rhythms Compare Cu-bop

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