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5 Puerto Rican and Dominican Latines Re-Claiming The Male-Dominated Urbano Space

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There’s a new wave of Latine artists that are reclaiming the male-dominated urbano space.  These Puerto Rican and Dominican vocalists are pushing boundaries, and at...

A Conversation With Rike Music, the Young Panamanian Producer Who Is...

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Panama’s influence on reggaeton is undeniable. The music genre’s roots can be traced back to the tropical country, where Panamanian buses have been known...

Baja Beach Fest 2022 Announces Lineup Headlined by Daddy Yankee and...

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Rosarito's famous festival, Baja Beach Fest, has announced its return to Mexico's beaches this summer. The famed festival's lineup is headlined by Maluma, Anuel...

People Have Lots to Say About Rosalia Sampling Reggaeton Classic ‘Saoco’

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Barcelona-born singer Rosalia is once again making her rounds through Latino social media, especially on Tik Tok. Ever since she teased the world with...

A Conversation With Katelina ‘La Gata’ Eccleston About Reggaeton, Latinidad, and...

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Music is probably the oldest language in the history of humankind. Sounds and percussion are transformed into a code that transcends geographical boundaries, mutates,...

Meet Amber Donoso, the Latina Sensation Breaking Down Expectations in the...

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The United Kingdom has historically been known for musical greats like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Spice Girls, to name a few. But there’s...

How Karol G Conquered the Reggaeton Industry, Against All Odds

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Karol G, the pop-reggaeton singer widely known for her single “Tusa,” told the LA Times the time a record label warned her to avoid...

The Privilege of Being a Reggaetonero

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Much is said in 2020 about the "privilege" of being white, being male, being heterosexual, and banners of moral battles are raised amid a...

Want to Understand Black Histories? Here Are Some Black Scholars You...

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As non-Black latinx people, we need to actively work towards anti-racist behaviors. Commiting to amplify Black voices and educate ourselves is part of this...

A Conversation With La Doña: The Importance of Representation and Taking...

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Understanding the context and background of urban artist La Doña is as simple as watching her new video Quién Me La Paga: a kitchen...

Daddy Yankee: The Urban Artist Who Unexpectedly Fueled Up the Music...

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Let’s take a trip down memory lane. It’s 2004, many of us were busy choosing the best Myspace layout, watching VH1 reruns became life,...

Meet Ivy Queen: The First Lady of Reggaetón

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Ivy Queen is the queen of Reggaeton. Born in Puerto Rico as Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez in 1972, Ivy Queen has been a force...