Salsa is a very popular dance form in Latin America, U.S and Europe.
There are different styles that developed in different regions: New York style salsa, Puerto Rican salsa, Cuban style California style. Salsa beat is 8 beat and steps are 6 step, so they miss one beat of every 4 counts.
Salsa evolved from Mambo, but emphasizes different rhythms.
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In the 1950s Salsa Rueda (Rueda de Casino) was developed in Havana, Cuba. Pairs of dancers form a circle, with dance moves called out by one person. Many of the moves involve rapidly swapping partners.