In “Trepate,” the sexy, futuristic take on Latin music created by Lester Rey and producer MoonDoctoR brings Caribbean rhythms into the modern age.
‘ROADRUNNER,’ the new Bourdain documentary from director Morgan Neville (‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’), captures the complexity of the man and his life.
New research suggests that ‘feeling stigmatized, threatened or discriminated against’ has never effects on Latinos’ physical health.
The current protests in Cuba merely indicate that, though it’s taken 60 years and counting, the U.S. embargo remains close to fulfilling its purpose
Accusing supporters of Puerto Rican independence of being racist right-wingers is a no low for statehooders
‘Tragic Jungle’ (Selva trágica), from Mexican director Yulene Olaizola, tells the story of the Xtabay, the man-eating female spirit of the Yucatán.
Enjoy the weekend with new music from Puerto Rico’s Ani Cordero, Colombia’s Elsa y Elmar, Mexico City’s Daniel, me estas matando, and more!
Aspiring musicians around the world can win a chance at Vans products, global music distribution, Spotify and Apple Music playlisting, and more!
In the upcoming EP GIRLHOOD, it’s Complicado, a recently-turned quinceañera in Chicago shares the joy and complications of experiencing the traditional birthday celebration, pre- and post-pandemic. Marisol and Sofia, mother and daughter of the group Marisol La Brava & A Flor de Piel, produced this five-track songbook as a way to celebrate Sofia’s quinceañera. The…
If anybody knows what statehood holds in store for Puerto Rico, it’s the Diasporicans, Puerto Ricans living outside the colony.
Studies show that being hopeful about the future differs across generational lines, with Baby Boomers being the least hopeful and Millennials the most.
Songs by Latino artists who happen to be some of the greatest rebels on the planet