Ana Tijoux is one of the most respected MC's of her time!
The 37-year-old Grammy-nominated Chilean rapper, whose album Vengo debuted at #1 on iTunes, is debuting her new video for "Los Peces Gordos No Pueden Volar" ("Fat Fish Can't Fly").
The video features a handful of kids belting out Tijoux's lyrics, and we think it's safe to assume this could partly be credited to Tijoux's experience recording songs for Vengo, with her young baby in tow.
Yo ass betta show 'em some respect!
The "BO$$" ladies of Fifth Harmony — Mexican-American Ally Brooke Hernandez, Cubans Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui, and Normani Kordei and Dinah Hansen — unveiled the fierce cover art for their forthcoming debut album.
Joell Ortiz is a lot of things—an incredible MC, a doting father, a standup Puerto Rican and . . . a master hashtagger. We trolled the Slaughterhouse rapper on his Instagram page and asked him about the hashtags he’s used. Our first #VideoInterview is #hilarious #puertorocking and #endearing.
Crazy Legs isn’t one to boast. So leave it up to us: the Puerto Rican b-boy legend is one of the most iconic Latino figures in hip-hop history. ‘Nuff said. Long before Big Pun, Cypress Hill, Kid Frost, The Beatnuts, and, yes, ladies, even before Pitbull, Crazy Legs (Richard Colón) was holding it (probably spinning on his head while doing so) down.
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.
Happy 42nd Birthday, Juanes!
We love this Colombiano, especially when he rocks out with his heart on his sleeve. From Es Por Ti to Para Tu Amor, Juanes knows how to write the most swoon-worthy lyrics ever. We'll admit it: these 12 songs make us melt every single time we hear them!
(P.S. Listen to more of Juanes' best love songs at Beats Music!)
La Santa Cecilia will completely change the way you view this the Beatles' classic forever...
The Mexican-American band, who won the Grammy for Best Latin Rock or Alternative Recording earlier this year, paid tribute to migrant workers in an emotional new music for John Lennon's "Strawberry Fields Forever." The band connected to the song while on a drive through Central California's fruit fields.
Out of the Blue, an all-male a cappella group of students from Oxford University, have mastered the perfect way to gain Shakira's attention.
The singing group created their own rendition of the Colombiana's hit song, "Hips Don't Lie," and even managed to impress Shakira and her team.
Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin had one of the best World Cup anthems for this year’s tournament in Brazil, but a new lawsuit is saying he stole it from an aspiring artist.
Luis Adrian Cortes Ramos, once a finalist of "Idol Puerto Rico," filed the lawsuit in federal court Wednesday claiming Martin’s “Vida,” which won through the competition “SuperSong” with Sony, was almost identical to a song he composed and submitted but never received recognition for.
We’re in the middle of concert season! Grab your tix, get your friends and head out to see Mumford & Sons. Maybe not. No offense to any M&S aficionados but if you want a real experience, you have to attend a concert by a Latino artist. As soon as you step into the arena if feels like a gigantic house party at your prima’s place. For the newbies, below are 5 Signs You Can Tell You’re at a Latino Concert.