Haitian-American Artist Charles Jean-Pierre explores inclusion and identity
Throughout his early life, Charles Jean-Pierre felt a void inside. A core part of himself was missing. Jean-Pierre, who was born in…
The New Women Writers who are Rewriting Latin America and the Caribbean
Latin America and the Caribbean are experiencing a new literary moment. This wave, unlike its predecessor, is led by women…
Five Indie Bands that Set Trends in Latin America
With a strategy that puts its bet on social networks and “people-to-people comments”, Latin American indie bands are growing in numbers and international and regional visibility by means of such festivals as Vive Latino or Lollapalooza.
Latin Music and the Keys to its Success in the English-Speaking World
Latin music has moved beyond Spanish-speaking countries, climbing the charts in the last three years to become a global and…
The New Afrolatin Music is Trendy and is Here to Stay
Anything Afrolatino is fashionable nowadays and it is not an isolated or temporary trend. 2018 could be considered the year…
Five Latin actresses that turn-on with their beauty
Actress and singer, Eiza Gonzales has worked on seven films, although her most remembered roles have been on television.
From Rock to Colors: the best songs in the Soccer World Cups
Shakira’s “Waka Waka” can be considered the most listened song of the World Cups.
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