The well-remembered Peruvian soprano had her Google Doodle.
Venezuela's political crisis has caused indignation among many, but during times of turmoil, Venezuelan artists including actors, musicians and athletes united in a powerful music video to send a message of hope and unity.
The Irish band already confirmed concert dates in 5 Latin American countries
The singer-songwriter announced the release date to her millions of followers on social media, along with the album cover.
The Colombian superstar dropped a new single Friday (April 7) titled "Me enamoré (I Fell in Love)" after teasing the track on social media just a few hours before.
The Latin icon Selena Quintanilla finally got her wax figure and other tributes for an immortal memory.
Residente's self-titled debut solo project arrives at No. 1 on Billboard's World Albums and Latin Album Sales charts with 3,000 copies sold in the week ending April 6.
Cuban descendant artist keeps growing strong in the music industry with new production to be released.
The rambling man in a tuxedo will play Brooklyn's National Sawdust before joining Placido Domingo tribute
In the late decade, Guatemala has found in musical production an important leap for the country’s development.
Italian composer Luduvico Enaudi played an original piece in a floating platform in the Arctic Ocean to ask for its protection.
#Niunamenos is the topic of the era in Latin America and artists influence makes it bigger.
The Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas is on the quest to conquer the Russian capital with her show Parte Mía Tour.
Ibero-American artists seem to have a significant lack of resources but the Latin Grammy scholarship tries to lend a helping hand
The world celebrates the King of Pop’s birthday on August 29th
Trump threatened during the campaign to walk away from NAFTA, saying it was a destroyer of American jobs and benefited Mexico
The atypical band from Bogotá is changing the music scene in Latin America
“No Vacancy” by One Republic follows the trend started by “What do you mean?”, “Despacito”, and “Safari” of combining Latino artists with American beats.
The Latin America we know is a point of admiration, not of repose and analysis but of admiration to an aesthetic phenomenon of great importance. A blend of situations that made our roots. The well-known Cuban composer Leo Brower proves the point.
Each year meant a new award, new concerts and amazing musical talent shared with the world. With more than 60 million copies sold, Juan Gabriel proved that nothing could stopped him. LatinAmerican Post makes tribute to the talent of the Mexican musician.
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