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Because they are all from the same culture and every song helps create a new one.
It's part of the culture. Every culture has it's own "sound." So to the rest of the world, American/English songs all sound very much like each other too ;)
Not all Mexican songs sound the same. If you don't speak or understand Spanish, they do sound the same. To Spanish speaking people, English music sounds the same. So think of it that way @MikeyMaximum
I not talkin about their voices That would be racist
He didnt say voices. What I think he meant, and Im probably right on this, was the words mostly, but also theinstruments, the beat, just the overall sounds of the music itself.
Well... In that case Most US songs sound NOTHING alike
Still u get the idea
Because every song is the same song. Dun dun duuuun! No, it's just because eh, I have no idea. :I
Try listening to different genes of mexican and spanish music. There ARE different genres, just like here.
It all depends on how well you know the Spanish, if it's Mexican or Latino Spanish, and if it's a male or female artist.