“Piñero’s tales of ‘hood life,’ ‘ghettocide’ and ‘gangster living’ are disturbing but beautiful because they are laced with sincerity.”
The moment was cool, for sure, but then suddenly people are hitting us up to vote. Don’t kill our buzz.
Enough with the mainstream music narrative. Latinos have been crushing the modern rock scene for decades. It’s time to recognize them.
This month on Intelatin, discussions with director Fellipe Barbosa of ‘Casa Grande’ and chef Orlando Spigno of Eqeko Peruvian Cuisine, with music by Nicolá Cruz and others.
Julito and Sharis do a show together face-to-face for the first time ever. Hector Barajas talks about U.S. veterans being deported and Locos Por Juana joins us later in the show.
A chat with vocalist Itaguí Correa on how artists can bridge gaps like those created by the debates surrounding immigration and police brutality.
The Broadway musical is vibrant and full of sound, but it also tells the story of how the couple rose to become legends in the music industry.
Tré es una fusión de la música pop, latina y étnica, creando una entidad musical única con el cuatro puertorriqueño.