Music | #TBT Feliz Navidad by José Feliciano

This holiday classic is a must-listen to for this time of year. Have a listen and get your Latino Christmas on now!

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The song “Feliz Navidad” is a holiday classic for Latinos and non-Latinos alike. The song was composed by himself and was part of a holiday album, of the same name, that was released in November 1970. Having a catchy rhythm, perfect for this festive season, “Feliz Navidad” has become one of the top 25 Christmas songs most played and downloaded around the world.

José Feliciano is a Puerto Rican guitarist, singer and composer born on September 10, 1945. He was left permanently blind at birth because of congenital glaucoma. His love for music started at the tender age of three when he would play a tin cracker can alongside his uncle, who would play the Cuatro. At the age of 17 he quit school to play in clubs, and got his first professional, contracted performance in Detroit. He received widespread popularity in the 1960s after his fourth album, “Feliciano!”, was released in 1968 and hit number 2 on the charts. “Feliz Navidad” was his 9th album.

Now, get yourself some Coquito and hit play to get festive with José Feliciano’s classic, “Feliz Navidad”.

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About the author:

Carla Ortiz is a Lifestyle Writer based in NYC. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico and attended Universidad del Sagrado Corazon where she finished a BA in Communications. After starting her own fashion and cocktails blog, Haute Cocktail, she proceeded to complete a MFA in Fashion Journalism from the Academy of Art University. She loves fashion, cocktails, music, and traveling. Follow her adventures on Twitter and Instagram at @HauteCocktail.


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