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Marc Anthony: Anything Is Possible

“I’m proof positive that anything is possible.” – Marc Anthony In a recent interview with Today, Marc Anthony talked about overcoming his stuttering as a young kid through singing and his efforts in the Dominican Republic with orphaned children.  For a lot of us in the music and entertainment business, Marc Anthony has been a Read More

Premio Lo Nuestro Recap

The grand night for Latino artists has come yet again, and the night was anything but predictable. Premio Lo Nuestro 2015 organized by Univison, was definitely a success this year with much to talk about, beginning with a distinctive, magenta carpet. The carpet festivities began with performances by J. Balvin and Fernando Corona. While Latino Read More

Latinos at the Grammys

You know that award show that’s kind of a big deal in the music industry? The one that usually gives recognition to the hottest musicians at the time? No, not the video music awards from that one network that never plays music videos! I’m talking about The 57th Annual Grammy Awards. The Grammy Awards is Read More

Ricky Martin to welcome a daughter

Ricky Martin has announced that his daughter should be arriving any day now. The little bundle of joy will be joining big brothers, Matteo and Valentino, now six years old. The singer was so open about how his twin boys were delivered that it is no surprise he is keeping fans posted on the delivery Read More

Shakira’s back in the studio

Shakira fans rejoice! Shakira is currently working on finishing her 11th album and we can look forward to great hits with great collaborations.  Shakira confirmed that she was working on a Spanish language album, but with the sudden turn of events, it seems as if it will more a bilingual album. The album has yet Read More

Top Latin albums of 2014

2014 was a year for Latin music to explore race, identity, and so much more. Many caused their listeners to think, contemplate, dance, and just have a great time. Here are 10 of the albums many danced to rock, meringue, pop, salsa, and more. Raiz- Lila Downs, Niña Pastori & Soledad “Raiz” celebrates the roots Read More

Digital Music Revolution

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“You can choose to change with the times, take advantage of new opportunities in your industry and grow your business. Or you can fight the changes, refuse to adapt, and watch your business likely perish.” – Dave Kerpen Resistance to technology is ineffective; while most would agree that music/art is vastly under appreciated, times are Read More

Team Fat Joe is where it’s at

I don’t know about you, but I want to be part of Team Fat Joe. I’ve been following Fat Joe on Instagram, I’ve been a fan of his music and as a fan I want to know how he is doing and what he is up to. I know it feels like a personal relationship Read More

Prince Royce to drop English language album

Prince Royce who is know for his Latin smooth lyrics and sound, will soon be releasing an English language album. The Bronx native who started his career at 19, after being signed to Sergio George’s label, has shown to be a one of a kind songwriter. The singer incorporates his music with his own poetry Read More

Nicki Minaj: Controversy is her middle name

  Nicki Minaj’s music video “Only” is the typical controversial music video that provokes heated debates and conversations, whether the artist knew the uproar the music video’s message would cause, or not. If you watch the  video, it has a dope beat with amazing graphics. The lyrics rhyme well and follow the beat of the song Read More