With the help of PooBear, the Colombian rock star Juanes wrote "Goodbye For Now," his first song in English, part of his anticipated visual album, Mis planes son amarte.
Yes they did! Daddy Yankee and Ednita Nazario joined the list of celebrities who already have a star on the Puerto Rico Walk of Fame.
Jarabe de Palo will have their first concert since the release of the band’s new album and Jarabe founder and frontman Pau Donés’ announcement that his cancer had returned.
Since 2010 Bogotá is filled in with Rock, New Folk, Electronic and Pop and stablish itself as the new music festival leader.
Latin America’s Lollapalooza is usually held in March, but Estéreo Picnic, a 100% colombian festival, is usually the main attraction during that month.
This week sees the Rio Music Conference once again in Rio de Janeiro, followed by a music festival scheduled to take place during Carnival
Winning a Pulitzer Prize and a clutch of Tony Awards in a single one year would be enough for anyone. Not Lin-Manuel Miranda. Not in 2016.
Legendary Mexican singer Juan Gabriel has died aged 66 of a heart attack in California, days after performing to 17,000 fans at the Los Angeles Forum.
In the late decade, Guatemala has found in musical production an important leap for the country’s development.
The rarefied sorority of Disney princesses has come a long way since 1937's Snow White set the tone, gradually expand...
Colombian Oscar bid Embrace of the Serpent was the big winner on Sunday at the third edition of the Platino Awards, the Latin version of the Oscars.
Erick Zott Chuecas lived through the ordeal in the aftermath of Chile’s 1973 military coup as featured in Emma Watson’s new film The Colony
Rubén Aguirre, known for his role as “Profesor Jirafales” in “El Chavo del 8” has passed away this morning,
The colorful parranda, which takes over Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and paints the town with colorful red, white and blue Puerto Rican flags
The rambling man in a tuxedo will play Brooklyn's National Sawdust before joining Placido Domingo tribute
The Rolling Stones unleashed two hours of shrieking, thundering rock and roll on an ecstatic crowd of hundreds of thousands of Cubans and foreign visitors Friday night
David Bowie finds unlikely fans in Argentinean rockers Capsula. So much so that the now Spain-based trio recorded a full-length cover LP titled Dreaming of the Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders From Mars in 2012
The Rolling Stones announced a free concert in Cuba in what is likely to be one of the biggest shows ever both for the island and the rock legends.
Latin America continued to wow at the Oscars last night, despite Colombia’s ‘Embrace of the Serpent’ missing out in the Best Foreign Language Film category to ‘The son of Saul’.
In a year where Latin has intermingled more than ever with mainstream, predicting Grammy winners in the Latin field has become a challenge.
Shakira asked Disney animators to give bigger hips to Gazelle, the cartoon character she voices in the upcoming movie Zootopia.
Mexican actress Kate del Castillo has been called in for questioning over her links with the imprisoned drug baron, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
For the first time in history, a Colombian film has been nominated for an Oscar. “Embrace of the Serpent” is running in the Foreign Language Film category.
Mexicans Alejandro G Inarritu and Gael Garcia Bernal Revenge win Golden Globe awards for best director and best actor in a comedy. The Revenant won the night's most coveted prize for best dramatic film.
In 2015, the Latin music market welcomed some new names to the top of the Billboard charts, while established stars continued to dominate the lists. Meanwhile, two songs became the top longest-running No. 1s in Hot Latin Songs history, and one artist crossed a record-breaking 100 weeks on the chart.
It was anyone's guess who would win Best New Artist at the Latin Grammys last week. The winning vote went to Monsieur Periné, a Colombian group whose music is a quirky blend of swing, alt, pop and Colombian rhythms.
Editora Abril, the publisher of Playboy Brazil, announced on Thursday that after 40 years of bringing joy to Brazilian men, Playboy Magazine will cease publication in January 2016. The move is in line with the publishing company’s changes in its editorial structure and business model that will now focus on content, marketing, and revenue.
The Rolling Stones will tour Latin America for the first time in 10 years. The group’s “The America Latina Olé” tour will kick off February 3 in Santiago, Chile.
Enrique Iglesias is giving a helping hand to children dealing with emergencies after an accident with a drone led to him having reconstructive hand surgery.
The love affair between Hollywood and Colombia reached a new level on Oct. 16, when the colorful video for the “Fiesta” remix hit the Internet.
Singer Selena Gomez reveals she is receiving chemotherapy after being diagnosed with the autoimmune disease lupus
The company's deal to license Egrem, the island's largest music catalog, was the culmination of two years of diplomacy and secret meetings.
The singer joined frontman Fher Olvera for the song "Mi Verdad" at Barcelona concert
Considering the improving security situation in LatAm, reasonably stable government and economy, its lower wage structure and its relative proximity to the USA, that foreign productions come here to shoot isn't too surprising really.
“The ones who love Colombia outnumber those who harm it,” Vives said to an audience of 40,000 in Bogota.