• 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.

  • Latin America doesn’t stay back

    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.

  • 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.

  • Juanes Drops New Single & Video 'Angel'

    Juanes continues his quest to find true and eternal love in his new single and music video "Angel”.

  • Juan Gabriel sings at his Concert tribute

    A Juan Gabriel hologram made its debut at the Eternamente Juan Gabriel tribute concert.

  • Jorge Drexler committed with culture

    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."

  • Jon Secada's New Single 'Como Fue,' Feat. Beny

    Jon Secada's forthcoming album will give new life to Beny Moré's classics including "Como fue” and other classical boleros.

  • Jesse & Joy Win First Grammy

    Jesse & Joy took home the Grammy for best Latin pop album for their LP Un Besito Más.

  • J Balvin: the first Latin American

    The Colombian is the first Latin urban artist to reach ten digits with a video on youtube.

  • Hayek, Derbez say latino made movies have taken off in US

    The box-office success of the film “How to Be a Latin Lover,” indicate an awakening both of the film industry and of Hispanic audiences

  • 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! 

  • Grammys 2016 Predictions: Who Will Win Latin Awards?

    In a year where Latin has intermingled more than ever with mainstream, predicting Grammy winners in the Latin field has become a challenge.

  • Grammy Awards 2018: more diverse than ever?

    Grammy Awards 2018: more diverse than ever?

    For the first time, nominations for Album of the Year do not include any white males

  • Gael Garcia has not forgotten Latin America

    He has walked a long way since his first movie until today but he feels himself Latin American  like the first day. 

  • From Bollywood to Latin America

    This is the first Bollywood style film produced in Latin America, with script, direction and choreography from India, but a Costa Rican production, and will premiere in February simultaneously in five Central American countries.

  • Fonseca and Ringo sing for the peace in Colombia

    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.

  • Filmmaker Hector Babenco Dies at 70

    Latin America looses one of his best movie makers of all times. The information was confirmed by his ex-wife, Raquel Arnaud and by Marcelo Torres, producer of his films.

  • Film The Colony portrays "Colonia Dignidad" ordeal

    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

  • Fidel Castro: inspiration for “Infidel”

    A new drama series is intended to explore the sentimental side of the Cuban leader Fidel Castro, who died last December. It is "Infidel," a project in the development stage led by the Mexican David Barraza Ibáñez and whose objective is to get deeper into the intimacy of Castro through the women who were part of his life.

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