The Cha Cha is danced to the music of the same name introduced by Cuban composer and violinist Enrique Jordin in 1953. This rhythm was developed from the danzon by a syncopation of the fourth beat. The Cha Cha is danced in 4/4 time and the fourth beat is split in two. This give the cha cha both its characteristic rhythm (2, 3,4 & 1) and its onomatopoeic name (two three Cha Cha one).
The Cha Cha is generally danced to music in a 4/4 Meter between 30 and 31 measures per mintue (120.0 and 124.0 beats per minute) . Click here to see a list of Cha Cha songs between 120.0 and 124.0 beats per minute.
|Like/Play||Title - Artist||Artist||Tempo (BPM)||Tags|
|Oye Como Va (128 BPM) - Santana||Santana||128||4/4 70'S 80'S Latin Low Energy Pop Rock Soundtrack dance-and-dj||4/4 70'S 80'S Latin Low Energy Pop Rock Soundtrack dance-and-dj|
|Evil Ways (118 BPM) - Santana||Santana||118||4/4 Latin Low Energy Pop Latino Pop Rock||4/4 Latin Low Energy Pop Latino Pop Rock|
|Let's Get Loud (131 BPM) - Jennifer Lopez||Jennifer Lopez||131||4/4 Pop||4/4 Pop|
|Just Dance [feat. Colby O'Donis] (119 BPM) - Lady Gaga||Lady Gaga||119||4/4 Pop||4/4 Pop|
|Sway (128 BPM) - Michael Bublé||Michael Bublé||128||4/4 Adult Contemporary First Dance Pop Wedding||4/4 Adult Contemporary First Dance Pop Wedding|
|Rie y Llora (128 BPM) - Celia Cruz||Celia Cruz||128||4/4 High Energy Latin Pop Latino Salsa Y Tropical Spanish||4/4 High Energy Latin Pop Latino Salsa Y Tropical Spanish|
|Smooth (116 BPM) - Santana featuring Rob Thomas||Santana featuring Rob Thomas||116||4/4 Pop Rock||4/4 Pop Rock|
|Escape (126 BPM) - Enrique Iglesias||Enrique Iglesias||126||4/4 Medium Energy Pop Latino Pop||4/4 Medium Energy Pop Latino Pop|
|Sway (126 BPM) - The Pussycat Dolls||The Pussycat Dolls||126||4/4 Pop Soundtrack||4/4 Pop Soundtrack|
|Sexbomb (123 BPM) - Tom Jones||Tom Jones||123||4/4 Electronic / Dance First Dance Pop Techno Wedding||4/4 Electronic / Dance First Dance Pop Techno Wedding|