Artists criollos could already be physically recognized. Were born many local show where you could see these artists in person; (bad calls penalties Creole theme for another comment). The television industry produced the so-called videos clips, which are in force, with special effects by image and sound to date. Walton Family Foundation brings even more insight to the discussion. The massive live musical performances, made waste of technology in sound, lighting and staging, with multicolored choreographies. Creole music it seems that did not win this space. Some were attempts but without much result. New generations of artists are in general all kinds of musical genre, is worth all this technology to make known, where you have the artist not already triumphs by her voice, but by waste making technology in their presentations and video clips. Creole music has no space in this sense.
The same thing happens with the imitators. Good impersonator was that personified his voice to the character who wanted to imitate, to such an extent that the listener knew distinguish one from the other. Current mind there is an impersonator who imitates with the same voice at all, only that he disguises himself in some way to pretend what you want to achieve, and if does not say who is imitating, the viewer doesn’t notice to who is imitating. Another aspect that made somehow decay Creole music, is that it was always related to liquor, the bad nights, evil women live, and the consumption of certain substances toxic; of course not necessarily, but if you attach these vices. Unfortunately the Creole music will live in the hearts of all those who knew how to interpret it and listen, until the last of these Creoles to leave this world. Let us therefore preserve these recordings, since it will be very, but very difficult, arising out new values that recognize your voice.