Get it, girl!
Jennifer Lopez knows how to channel the sexy.
The 45-year-old megastar has just released the cover art for her new single, "Booty," and it is all that you could have ever imagined.
Written by Chris Brown, Sam Hook, and Asia Bryant, the song features none other than Pitbull.
We're so excited to have Romeo Santos on the cover of our June/July 2014 "Hot Guys" issue (as we know many of you are, as well)! The bachata singer's cover hits newsstands today. From "Promise" to "Odio," we're celebrating our latest issue by taking a look at some of Romeo's best musical collaborations as a solo artist.
Pitbull's already collaborated with some of the most famous names in the business: Ne-Yo, Kesha, Shakira, and Enrique Iglesias, to name a few. So, who's next? On an episode of Good Morning America, he told fans that he would love to collaborate with two artists: Jay-Z and Celia Cruz.
Ever watch a music video and wind up spotting a familiar face? Many of our favorite Latino stars have appeared in an assortment of videos. From Jennifer Lopez to Adam Rodriguez, these celebrities have all played a part in music videos for some of the biggest radio hits:
It's hard to imagine Shakira with anything other than a sea of golden locks. But, back in the day, Shak rocked a darker look and a darker sound. Her hair color -- somewhat symbolically -- signalled her transition from a Latin rock princess into a pop superstar oozing crossover appeal. In the years since she went blonde, she's released some of her biggest hits of all time.
We've counted them down: these are the 20 best songs from Shakira's years as a blonde.
Artists tend to sing about the same things over and over and over again. Falling in love, heartbreak, falling out of love and revenge. But, a few of our favorite Latino artists have taken to the studio to record songs with important messages: staying true to yourself, finding your own personal strength and more.
These Latino artists have all sung about the same subjects, but put their own spin on the message. Listen:
The 2014 Grammy Awards nominees are in and we are so happy to see that many of our favorite Latino artists landed nods. Bruno Mars has been nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance for "When I Was Your Man;" Record of the Year and Song of the Year for "Locked Out of Heaven;" and Best Pop Vocal Album for Unorthodox Jukebox. Also landing on the list of nominees this year is Gloria Estefan.