By Jack Rico
Natalia Lafourcade, 33, is a highly acclaimed Mexican singer/songwriter who was recently nominated for Best Latin Pop Album at the 60th Annual Grammys for her album, Musas Vol.1 (Un homenaje al folclore Latinoamericano en manos de Los Macorinos), and is also the singer for the Oscar nominated song “Remember Me” from Pixar’s hit film “Coco”.
In this episode, Natalia and I sit down to talk about her upcoming album “Musas Vol. 2,” out February 9th. We tackled the question…what’s better… a Grammy or a Latin Grammy? We then strayed into the subject of the music business, reggaeton, Broadway and how that song “Remember Me” came into her life.
Potentially performing at the Oscars
How Disney approached her about Coco’s “Remember Me”
Working with R&B star Miguel
Is a Grammy more important than a Latin Grammy
Musas Vol. 2 album
“Hu Hu Hu” album
Dreaming of Broadway
Music business and reggaeton
Natalia Lafourcade explains her concert experience
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