10 Latin Music Stories That Changed the Game in 2020

Beyond the stats, however, this was the year in which the world finally seemed to not only hear but also see Latin music, recognizing both beats and artists in unprecedented fashion. Of course, movements don’t happen in a vacuum. Here are the 10 news stories that shifted the lens for Latin music in 2020.1. Jennifer…Continue Reading

Many Latin Artists Endorsed Biden. Why Weren’t Miami Voters Convinced?

It could have been a harbinger of things to come. Clinton would eventually win Miami Dade county by a 30-point margin in 2016 — but four years later, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden led only a 7% margin, while two Democratic Congressional seats were lost in the county.This, despite the fact that Miami-Dade remains a…Continue Reading

Enrique Iglesias Accepts Top Latin Artist of All Time at the 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards

Bad Bunny & More Latinx Music Stars: By the NumbersThe 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards are officially in full effect! While many shows have gone completely virtual or mixed in pre-recordings, the Billboard Latin Music Awards did things very differently. For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit, the annual ceremony had a live-audience (with people wearing masks, of course)…Continue Reading

RS Latin Music Picks: Week of July 13th

Could your weekend playlist use a little more seasoning? Rolling Stone Latin selects some of the best new music releases from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. Keep track of the latest in Latin via our playlist on Spotify. Lunay, “Relaciones” He famously pined after an independent woman in his 2019 reggaeton smash, “Soltera” — then he…Continue Reading