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The Reggaeton Trolls (named Tresillo, Marimba, and Tambora) are supporting antagonists in DreamWorks' 38th full-length animated feature film Trolls: World Tour.
The Reggaeton Trolls are Trolls with markings across their bodies and in their hair. Their hair is dreadlocked and tied together with a hairband, and never wear any clothes.
Trolls: World Tour
After the K-Pop Gang captured Branch first, Tresillo and the other Trolls intervened, wanting Branch for themselves to save their own music as he mentions he cannot live his life without reggaetón. This caused his group and the K-Pop Gang to have a dance-off; showing off the dance moves the Reggaeton Trolls had, they soon agreed with the K-Pop Gang to split Branch, until he convinces both of them to help save Poppy and all music; the two groups accepted his plan and later go with him to Barb's victory Rock concert.
Following the destruction of the six Strings, the Reggaeton Trolls lose their music. However, the Trolls soon regained all of their music thanks to the realization that they no longer needed them and the music they love comes now from within.
It is unknown which tribe the Reggaeton Trolls originated from, though it is possible they are a variant of the Pop Tribe, just like how Tiny Diamond, who brought out hip-hop, came from the Pop Tribe.
The group has been shown to have names related to music.
Tresillo's name came from a pattern of rhythmic sound cell that is popular in Latin American music.
Marimba and Tambora are named after percussion instruments.