â€‹So you love International Thursdays at Jazid, brought to you by MiamiAlterlatino.com. You know it, we know it, what's the point in hiding our feelings? The series has been kicking some ass since day one with their weekly jaunts around Latin America, from Brazil to Colombia to Argentina and showca ... More >>
Is this the red pill, or the blue pill?â€‹Sure, we're smack dab in the middle of WMC. Just yesterday morning, as some of us who had work or appointments chugged along in our cars, a line formed in front of Electric Pickle at 8 a.m. But there are other things going on in Miami this week, other scenes ... More >>
I know from experience that reggaeton is one of those genres that people either love or hate. I myself have mixed feeling about reggaeton, but I admit than I'm fascinated by its cultural impact and worldwide reach. Like salsa before it, reggaeton quickly became the music of choice for a new young ge ... More >>
Wisin & Yandel aim for crossover staying power.
Lucy Orozco Better Than: Being home alone drunk on a Saturday night, listening to Wu-Tang on your iPod. Cappadonna, a lesser known part of the Wu Tang Clan family, was supposed to perform Saturday at Studio A. Instead, club personnel posted a sign at the entrance asking anyone to call Cappadonn ... More >>
Celebrate Carnaval Miami at Little Havana's Calle Ocho.
Son del Centro rock out justicia. Photo by Esther Park Concert For Fair Food Saturday, December 1, 2007 Bayfront Park, Downtown Miami Better Than: winning a lifetime supply of Whoppers. This past weekend, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers were in full effect, along with 500 or so of their support ... More >>
Tego Calderón hasn't got time for a crossover
Reggaeton icon reclaims her attitude
Its a Thursday-night party going on
A new generation of Latino artists transforms Miami's longest-running block party
Miami Latin hip-hop negotiates its past with its present
Daddy Yankee sets his sights on Miami
Heavy-handed cops, heavy-hearted drag queens, heavy-walleted hip-hoppers
Daddy Yankee takes reggaeton to the next level with "Gasolina"
Crooner Victor Manuelle wears the Miami Carnaval crown at Calle Ocho 2004, but rapper Tego Calderón reigns
By now everyone knows the way to Latin kids is through urban music; now ATM wants to make that music truly Latin
Ivy Queen stands out among a sea of rude boys
The president of Universal Music Latino reveals his hip-hop strategy for getting Latin kids to buy Latin music
El Enemy de los Guasíbiri (BMG U.S. Latin)
Meanwhile the Queen dies; Tego lives; and the industry hangs on for dear life
Celebrating some of 2003's best efforts in Latin music
Obie Bermudez, Jerry Rivera, and Vico C bring prison consciousness back to Puerto Rican pop
Hollywood "it" girl Roselyn Sánchez returns to her borinqueña roots