Hip-hop’s popularity in Chile continues to blossom, and its artists continue to create music in the genre while developing their own style and sharing their rich culture and unique stories. Here are five Chilean hip-hop projects making their own way in the movement.
These artists are flexing fierce fusions and alternative spins on Latin music.
Documentaries about Cypress Hill, a cabaret in Mexico City, and a female gang leader in the Bronx are among critic Alejandro A. Riera’s list of films to watch in April.
With the release of “Cuando Mueran Mis Ojos,” Chilean producer and beatmaker FreeLee Hernández shares a sample track off his next album, ‘Future.’
From Dominican fusion to electropifolk and beyond, musicians from near and far come together to share their unique artistry at the LatiNxt Music Festival in Chicago
Host Hector Luis Alamo chats with Baybeh RicHHH, a Honduran-American rapper from Anaheim, California, and a member of The Mighty Tribe.
Some thoughts on Spanish music, Spanish names, and Latino discrimination against Afro-Latinos
Dr. Melissa Castillo Planas is a poet, author, and professor of Latino literature and culture at Lehman College