• Moscow and its love for Julieta Venegas

    The Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas is on the quest to conquer the Russian capital with her show Parte Mía Tour.

  • Miguel Bosé

    Miguel Bosé: A financial sponsor of the arts

    Ibero-American artists seem to have a significant lack of resources but the Latin Grammy scholarship tries to lend a helping hand

  • Mexicans triumph at Golden Globes

    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.

  • Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel dies at 66 of heart attack

    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.

  • Meet the "Cuban Adele"

    Cuban Yoli Major with her passion and her beautiful voice has earned the nickname of "Cuban Adele".

  • Mapuches to the big screen with Newen

    The Argentinean indigenous culture rediscovered by the new filming project by Myriam Angueira.

  • Maluma had a great year

    With over two billion views, Maluma leads YouTube's most viewed Latin artist channels in 2016. 

  • 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. 

  • Lollapalooza in Latin America

    The musical festival comes back for 2017! Argentina, Brazil and Chile will be hosts once again.

  • Lollapalooza Colombia canceled

    The inaugural Lollapalooza Colombia has been canceled after organizers lost one of the festival’s headliners and weren’t able to find a replacement, according to a statement on the event’s website.

  • Lollapalooza Argentina

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

  • Lollapalooza 2017 in São Paulo delivers eclectic mix

    More than 190,000 attended the two-day festival that showcased more than forty national and international musical attractions.

  • Lin-Manuel Miranda named AP Entertainer of the year

    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.

  • Latinos shine in the 2016 Paris fashion week

    The luxury design of Latins finds its place in Paris during the 2016 Fashion Week, where successful creators Edgardo Osorio, signature Aquazzura, and Yliana Yepez presented their new designs, increasingly sought after among lovers of international fashion 

  • LatinAmerican Post remembers Juan Gabriel

    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.

  • Latin artist on NYC's Puerto Rican Parade

    The colorful parranda, which takes over Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and paints the town with colorful red, white and blue Puerto Rican flags

  • Latin American artist are not shy when talking about politic

    Artists have a huge impact due to their influence on social media but this has not shut them up when talking about the US elections.

  • Latin American animation: Netflix next step

    Latin America is a continent full of myths, stories and traditions. Many of the stories that are told are part of the oral tradition that comes from the popular imagination and for the first time Netflix productions will share them with the whole world in an animated version.

  • Latin America’s largest electronic music festival returns to Rio

    This week sees the Rio Music Conference once again in Rio de Janeiro, followed by a music festival scheduled to take place during Carnival

  • Latin America gets into the Forbes list with German Garmendia

    Forbes Magazine published the list of the youtubers that earned the most in 2016. It is led by the Swedish Felix Avrid Ulf Kjellberg, known as 'PewDiePie' and a Latin American is also in.

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