Celebidache2000 I mean "Popular" as in "Latin Pop"
The mambo, salsa, tango, cumbia, flamenco, and samba styles you listed are done in the jazz and classical vein, I have plenty of those.
I am talking about REAL Latin Pop which mixes "pop" with a wide variety of Latin American or Iberian rhythms such as salsa, samba, norteña, merengue, banda, tex-mex, flamenco, tango, reggaeton, vallenato, and reggae. Most with vocals in the native language, the music one would hear on the radio south of the border.
Did you listen to the sample I provided? I can provide others.