Residente's Debut Solo Album

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.

Lollapalooza Argentina

Since the start of Lollapalooza Argentina in 2014, there has been a major change in the mentality of regular festival-goers.

The O2 Announces First Latin Music Festival

Latin music stars Juan Luis Guerra, Juanes and David Bisbal and Colombian newcomer Sebastián Yatra are scheduled to perform at London arena The O2’s first Latin-focused festival.

The Estereo Picnic its near

Since 2010 Bogotá is filled in with Rock, New Folk, Electronic and Pop and stablish itself as the new music festival leader.

Culture through her voice

Proud of being an Oaxacan indigenous woman, the soprano María Reyna González shares the sounds of the Mixe language to the world.

“Déjà vu” made a big entrance

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.

Univision and Deezer together

Univision and global music streaming service Deezer are joining forces to foster and showcase up-and-coming Latin artists on their respective platforms.

Leo Brower: Culture and history through music

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.

“Mis planes son amarte”: Juanes’ Project for 2017

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.

Musical forces united

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.

Where was the Latin American Rock left?

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?

Latin America and Spain united for the refugees

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.

Ha-Ash doesn’t stop

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! 

An amazing 2016 for Esteman

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.

Colombian music multiplied by two

"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.

Luis Fonsi upcoming album full of surprises

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.