Latino USA followed Pitbull over the course of a day when he was in New York City to speak at the AdWeek marketing conference and sat down for an interview with him at his hotel.
The two singles are part of their latest bilingual album ‘Indestructible,’ which was just nominated for this year’s Latin Grammys.
Latino USA breaks down the phenomena behind one of the original divas, her conflicts and criticisms, and the impact of her legacy.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican crooner José José, the elegant dresser who moved audiences to tears with melancholic love ballads and was known as the “Prince of Song,” has died at the age of 71.
She spoke with Futuro Media Group’s Latino USA about her trajectory thus far, her music-making process, her personal life and what inspired her latest creation.
The song shows Freddy Flowpez dropping rhymes, accompanied by Jessica Pacheco’s gorgeous hook vocals.
At a time of unprecedented protests in response to allegations of corruption and the #TelegramGate scandal, “Afilando los Cuchillos” is an outcry.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Fans from around the world honored bossa nova pioneer João Gilberto, filing past his coffin at his funeral in Rio de Janeiro on Monday.
Sen Dog joins Latino USA to talk about the legacy of his group Cypress Hill, and what his career looks like today.
“We have a problem, we want black music but we don’t want black women?” says Gata, a 25-year-old show host.
Los Rivera Destino’s Bolero Collaboration With Benito Martínez (AKA Bad Bunny) Is a Celebration of Fathers
This is Bad Bunny’s first track under his birth name, Benito Martinez. And he sings a bolero.
Taína Asili’s Album and Documentary Series ‘Resiliencia’ Uplifts Women of Color with Powerful Storytelling
“I think part of the beauty of standing at the intersection of identities as an artist is that my music can speak to a large spectrum of people,” the New York-based Puerto Rican singer and songwriter told Laitno Rebels.
The project balances joy, fiestas, and pain.
A band for the world we grew up in.
FROM LATINO USA: From salsa to punk and jazz to hip-hop, Latino contributions to American popular music are present everywhere.
“Culturally, it means a lot because it’s our roots…this is representing where we come from.”
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A slow rock track that at times sounds like an urgent prayer.