Argentine Tango is a dance full of emotion and embrace. During the later part of the 1800s, Argentina was undergoing a massive immigration. The intermix of African and European cultures in Buenos Aries resulted in borrowed dance and music from one another. By early 1900s Argentine Tango, once considered a dance from the poor barrios, had widespread across Paris, London and the Argentinean “upper-class”. It was not long before Hollywood capitalized on the popularity of Tango, creating the craze for the dance which is still alive today.