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.
In anticipation of their forthcoming album, Café Tacuba dropped their third single, a psychedelic pop-ballad titled "Disolviéndonos."
Luna Park was witness to the unrelenting vigor Cirque du Soleil's tribute to the band formed by the late Gustavo Cerati, Zeta Bosio and Charly Alberti.
Since 2010 Bogotá is filled in with Rock, New Folk, Electronic and Pop and stablish itself as the new music festival leader.
Proud of being an Oaxacan indigenous woman, the soprano María Reyna González shares the sounds of the Mixe language to the world.
Prince Royce earns the Hot Shot Debut on the Hot Latin Songs chart as “Deja Vu,” his duet with Shakira, arrives at No. 18 on the March 11-dated tally.
The 2017 edition of Premios Lo Nuestro was a highly politicized affair, with messages of unity and Latin pride repeated like a mantra throughout the broadcast.
Venezuelan duo Chino & Nacho have decided to end rumors and finally confirm their separation.
Latin America’s Lollapalooza is usually held in March, but Estéreo Picnic, a 100% colombian festival, is usually the main attraction during that month.
Univision and global music streaming service Deezer are joining forces to foster and showcase up-and-coming Latin artists on their respective platforms.
A Juan Gabriel hologram made its debut at the Eternamente Juan Gabriel tribute concert.
Olga Tañón and Wisin join forces for the new tropical/urban single titled "Así es el amor.
Jesse & Joy took home the Grammy for best Latin pop album for their LP Un Besito Más.
Jon Secada's forthcoming album will give new life to Beny Moré's classics including "Como fue” and other classical boleros.
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.
Following the premiere of his first single "Fuego" back in October, Juanes will drop a new track and music video titled "Hermosa Ingrata" My plans are Amarte is due in the upcoming months. The album features collaborations with artists such as Fonseca and up-and-coming singer Kali Uchis.
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee have launched a refreshing new single that fuses pop and urban beats and leaves us wanting to sing and dance more.
The 80’s and 90’s were undoubtedly the golden age in which, due to social, political and cultural conjunctures, music, especially rock in Spanish, took power. But was it just a stage for the social context?
More than 20 artists, including Spanish pop idol Antonio Orozco and rock group Estopa, have collectively recorded a new version of Joan Manuel Serrat’s poetic classic “Mediterráneo” to bring attention to the current plight of refugees in the Mediterranean.
Café Tacvba is kicking off the new year with an all-new single titled "Futuro" a very appropriate song to ring in 2017.
With over two billion views, Maluma leads YouTube's most viewed Latin artist channels in 2016.
Hanna and Ashley made their debut on the big screen by lending their voice to two tender characters from the new installment of Illumination Entertainment, Sing: Come and Sing!
The balance of these twelve months is positive for the Colombian, who managed to bring his music to other parts of Latin America. Beyond the music, he did it with a social message to our Latin American identity.
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.
"Chantaje" by Shakira and Maluma exceeded 50 million views in just 11 days. Colombian artists are sweeping away with their latest collaboration and have positioned themselves at the top of the sales charts.
The Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi finishes in the recording studio the details of his new album, which will be released at the beginning of next year with surprises, a more danceable sound and romanticism as always.
The Colombian singer Carlos Vives gave away a guitar to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, that will be part of its collection of Latin American music documentation and its contributions to the United Stated culture.
The National Mexican Symphonic Orchestra presentations in the German cities of Erlangen, Friedrichshafen and Bielefeld were well received by critics and the local press in a country where the academic music tradition has deeper and older roots.
Arturo O'Farrill, the son of the "afrocuban jazz architect" Chico O'Farrill, will finally fulfill his father's desire. After the improvement of the relations between the US and Cuba, the remains of the illustrious Cuban trumpeter will rest in peace in his island, just as he wanted.
The Uruguayan musician Jorge Drexler was named as the new Ibero-American ambassador of Culture and assured, that he will do everything to "build bridges between the different sectors of the Ibero-American world."
The Colombian is the first Latin urban artist to reach ten digits with a video on youtube.
Han pasado dos años desde que el Presidente Obama y Raul Castro anunciaron la reconexión de relaciones diplomáticas entre EE.UU y Cuba. Escenarios como este fortalecen el clima socio-político.
Fonseca, the Mexican Jesse & Joy and the Brazilian Djavan led with four mentions each nominations of the 17th edition of the Latin Grammys, unveiled by the Latin Recording Academy.
As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Spotify launched this 23rd of September its first Latin music documentary, starring Marc Anthony and his father, Felipe Muñiz.
The musical festival comes back for 2017! Argentina, Brazil and Chile will be hosts once again.
In just one day the Colombian Fonseca wrote, recorded and sent a verse in Spanish for a new version of peace anthem "The Time Has Come Now" by Ringo Starr, upon request of the former Beatle.
The well-remembered Peruvian soprano had her Google Doodle.
The vast cultural heritage and diversity that coexist in the region seems to be the perfect stage for the future sound of music.
Ricardo Montaner will be honored along with “El Consorcio” (former Mocedades), the Mexican Eugenia León and the Puerto Rican Ednita Nazario to tribute their excellence in music.