No. This is not a meaningful question. I've never heard the term "hybrid" applied like you are using it. Perhaps you should cite your source: what is the name of the author of that text, and where is it from?
"Hybrid" is a term that comes from horticulture, or plant breeding, such as when two different varieties of rose are crossed to make a new variety of rose.
"Fusion" is a term that means taking two things and fusing them together. Although it probably goes back farther than that, it was applied by some journalists in the late 1960s and 1970s to describe music that blended the styles of jazz and rock.
Your writer is just talking about pieces of music that display characteristics of multiple styles of music combined. That is all.