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Luis Miguel Archives -

Luis Miguel Archives -

Jack Rico


2017/10/25 at 9:35am

Luis Miguel Drops New Single – ‘La Fiesta de Mariachi’

10.25.2017 | By |

Arguably the most successful Latin singer of his generation, Luis Miguel will release a new single titled “La Fiesta del Mariachi” on October 27th. It is a return to the Mexican Regional (aka bolero) genre where he collaborated with Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán for the song. You can currently listen to a snippet of the single by clicking the button below. Read More

Mariana Dussan


2013/12/23 at 11:40am

A Bilingual, Bicultural Christmas: 7 Songs For Your Navidad

12.23.2013 | By |

As more and more Latinos call the U.S. their home every day, the traditions we bring from our countries remain alive, but tend to undergo a slight transition as we adopt some customs from the U.S. culture. Christmas is right around the corner, and with the help of some Latino artists I would like to show the proper way to celebrate your new found bicultural holiday with seven songs (in no particular order) that will satisfy both your gringo and Latin side! Read More

Mariana Dussan


2013/08/29 at 5:05pm

Happy Birthday Michael Jackson! 7 covers by Latino musicians

08.29.2013 | By |

The late Michael Jackson was a singer, songwriter, dancer, businessman, philanthropist and without a question the biggest super star in the world. From the start of his career at the age of 6 till now, 4 years after his death, MJ has been one of the greatest contributors to pop culture due to his unique dance moves, music and fashion. Not only did the singer break race barriers, helping to pave the way for other black artists to emerge in the mainstream music scene, he also influenced many entertainers around the world (Chris Brown, Justin Timberlake, Usher, Jason Derulo, etc).

MJ’s music left an imprint so wide that he was able to inspire artists outside of his genre.  Did you know that Latin artists far and wide covered many of his songs? From Colombian cumbia to ballads to salsa. MJ even sang a song in Spanish – “Just Can’t Stop Loving You” from the “Bad” album titled “Todo Mi Amor Eres Tu”. Hopefully next year, Sony will be wise and create a tribute album in Spanish. Today, on what would have been his 55th birthday – we are celebrating his music by bringing you 7 covers done by Latino artists. Read More

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