the basic son tumbao fits your description.
another +1 to 'google tumbao' and Oscar Stangoro's book.
the phrase "syncopated Latin and Brazilian style playing" indicates a lack of specificity.
Is he playing a known Latin rhythm, or is he simply playing "latin-ish" rhythms?
Latin bass seems simple at first blush but the tradition is deep.
Brazilian (samba) rhythms are not Cuban rhythms (tho related)
The tumbao above, while clearly a "Latin" riff, may not work best with other Latin styles.
But if it's just a casual latin-ish jam, it may not matter.