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At first, Mambo wasn't considered as a specific style of music but was considered as a new trend within the already existing danzon. What made mambo stand out was the use of a syncopated rhythmic pattern in specific parts of an arrangement, usually at the finale. By 1944, Cuban musicians such as Perez Prado, began to feature the similar rhythmic structure of mambo into his arrangements and soon gained a lot of popularity focusing primarily on mambo.