Marco Carola hails from the land of Italy, though he plays a lot in Ibiza, Spain.
That should at least qualify him for representational status.
The Spanish-language rockerss this time are not the big players of the past, such as Cafe Tacuba, Caifanes, Jaguares, Molotov, or Kinky.
There are no big Latin electronic acts, either such as Bomba Estereo.
Los Rakas will fit well in the extended hip-hop arena, with the majority of the songs being in Spanish, topped with a sprinkle of common English expressions.
The Panamanian group will add a touch of reggaeton to the Spanish-deprived lineup.
Nortec Collective is on a completely different tack with it's nouveau-Norteño Tijuana sounds.
Chicano Batman rounds out the list of Bilingual-friendly Latin groups with their retro jazz-funk sound.