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Salsa has origins in Cuban music but credit for it's worldwide popularity belongs to the Puerto Ricans of New York. New York gave birth to a unique style of Salsa dancing. Along with LA style, it is one of the most popular styles that can be seen around the world, from London to Japan, Italy to San Francisco. New York style Salsa is also a perfect example of how Salsa blends in other styles of dancing. In the early days of Mambo, there were not many turns or moves.
As the dance evolved, however, it started to borrow moves from many other types of dance such as West Coast Swing and Hustle. Many New York style moves display the woman beautifully. The moves are stylish and the woman is always showcased as the centerpiece of the dance.