Playlist: Latin Grammy Winners–Canción Del Año

Latin Grammy.com has made it possible for you to listen to some of the biggest latin music artists on their exclusive playlist for past winners of Song of the year. Artists include Marc Anthony, Alejandro Sanz, Juanes, Shakira and Enrique Iglesias among others. Listen Here
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Escucha a los ganadores del Latin GRAMMY por Canción Del Año [...]

Miami Welcomes Natalia Jimenez with Open Arms

The renowned James L. Knight Center received last Saturday the singer Natalia Jimenez who first appeared as a soloist in this city. The Spanish singer received the public who had traveled from different parts of Florida and the United States to see her; as well as executives from the entertainment industry and celebrities from the [...]

PITBULL “Mr. Worldwide” Confirmed to Participate in this year’s MEGATON MUNDIAL

Its official “Mr. 305” otherwise known as “Mr. Worldwide” a.k.a Pitbull will be among the Latin superstars set to perform at this year’s Megaton Mundial set to take place on October 28th at Madison Square Garden. Among the announced performers are: Tego Calderón, Hector Acosta “El Torito”, Los Hermanos Rosario (Rafa, Tony & Luis) & [...]

“Sex is a Funny Word: A Book about Bodies, Feelings, and YOU” (Book Review)

Cory Silverberg (author) and Fiona Smyth (Illustrator), “Sex is a Funny Word: A Book about Bodies, Feelings, and YOU”

Sex educator Cory Silverberg and artist Fiona Smyth tackle—in a humorous and informative way—the birds and the bees. The colorful multi-racial comic book aimed at children ages 7 to 10 or Grades 2 to 5 depict children [...]

The Runaways: rape, drugs and rock n roll?

Here are my thoughts on this matter:
Earlier this week an interview with Jackie Fox of the 1970s female rock band The Runaways appeared on Huffpo detailing a horrific encounter between teenage Jackie Fox and their former manager Kim Fowler. Allegedly Fowler raped Jackie while members of the band watched.
I sincerely hope that the truth comes [...]

I Am Charlie Wilson by Charlie Wilson (Book Review)

Growing up in a musical household proved to be tricky for Charlie Wilson, a black young man growing up in Tulsa in the 1950s and 60s. There wasn’t such a thing “as black radio in Tulsa,” there was one radio station where Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra reigned supreme. His mother, [...]

Bonus Episode: Sinister Girlz Live w/ Mitchelle Cobb

Bonus Episode: Sinister Girlz Live w/ Mitchelle Cobb
Recorded live from WBMB studios in New York City, Mitchelle Cobb joins us to talk about working in the Latin market and expanding her career in the American, English-language market.
Aside from being a model, actress and TV-personality the Latin beauty has figured out how to market herself via [...]

Bonus Episode: Sinister Girlz Live w/ Jory Boy

Bonus Episode: Sinister Girlz Live w/ Jory Boy
On this bonus episode of Sinister Girlz live Puertorican reggeaton star Jory Boy joins us at the WBMB studios on a rainy Monday afternoon to debut his chart-topping new single, “Quédate Conmigo” from his highly-anticipated debut solo album, “Matando La Liga.”
Listen to us discuss being reunited with his mother on [...]

Bonus Episode: Sinister Girlz Live Show 10

Bonus Episode: Sinister Girlz Live Show 10
Recorded live in the WBMB studios our final weekly broadcast of Sinister Girlz Live for the Spring 2015 semester featured live performances by returning guests Erica Glyn and Rachel Lynn.
The show is an all-out celebration and kicks off with Cherie Currie’s “American Nights,” followed by Erica Glyn’s “The Killing [...]

Episode 124: Rachel Mason

Episode 124: Rachel Mason
In May, American artist Rachel Mason independently released an original 21-song album titled, “The Lives of Hamilton Fish” along with a musical film. The songs and film tell the story of two men with the same name whose deaths were printed on the same front page of a newspaper, a true coincidence [...]

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