Author: Lucas Villa

Lucas Villa has published 57 articles.



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Historically, Hollywood has neglected both representing and awarding Latinx artists. On Sunday night, something felt different. For the first time, there was significant Latinx representation at the Academy Awards. The highlight of the evening was the beloved cast of Disney’s “Encanto” performing the global hit “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” [...]

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Welcome to LATINA’s weekly round-up of the best new music. This week is marked by a few highly-anticipated comebacks. Mexican singer Julieta Venegas has returned with the groovy “Mismo Amor” and sister duo Ha*Ash embrace their country roots in “Lo Que Un Hombre Debería Saber.” The rising stars are proudly [...]

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Welcome to LATINA’s weekly round-up of the best new music. Many of this week’s songs are tied together by a feeling of empowerment. Peruvian-American singer Isabela Merced celebrates her roots with Kayfex in “Agonía,” Puerto Rican duo Domino Saints invite everyone to the party with “My Way” and Brazilian singer [...]

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As spring approaches, musical festivals are making a comeback across the U.S. Many of today’s Latin music stars have plans to appear at major festivals like Coachella, and there are also multiple festivals coming up centered on Latin music artists. The line-up for this year’s Coachella Music Festival features multiple [...]

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Welcome to LATINA’s weekly round-up of the best new music. This week many of the releases are empowering, especially in time for Women’s History Month. First, the self-proclaimed “La Reina Del Combo” Goyo celebrates her Afro-Colombian roots with her debut album “En Letra De Otro.” Paopao, La Gabi, Aria Vega, [...]

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“I’ve waited two years for this,” was the common consensus among the crowd at Bad Bunny’s concert at the Forum on February 25th. This was part of the Puerto Rican superstar’s three-night stand in Los Angeles with his El Último Tour Del Mundo 2022. After Bad Bunny dropped two top-selling [...]

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Welcome to LATINA’s weekly round-up of the best new music. This week many of the releases are linked by the theme of moving on from breakups. Inglewood and Colombia collide in Becky G and Karol G’s “Mamiii;” the queens lyrically torch their exes to a crisp. Another star, Goyo, goes [...]