Synopsis by Nathan Southern
In 1999, music mogul-turned-performer Abraham B. Quintanilla (the brother of the late Hispanic diva Selena) formed a bilingual group that smoothly melded traditional south-of-the-border rhythms and genres (particularly cumbia) with urban American musical genres such as hip-hop and funk; the band was christened A.B. Quintanilla y Los Kumbia Kings. That outfit headlines the musical performance release A.B. Quintanilla & Kumbia Kings: Greatest Hits, which contains 12 of the group's music videos, including "Boom Boom," "La Cucaracha" and "Shhh!"