From their unlikely start as rival contestants in a music competition, the Venezuelan cuatro players of C4 Trio have become a big concert draw. They're releasing a series of EPs ahead of a new album.
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Afro-Cuban rapper Yotuel Romero discusses the song that won Song of the Year and inspired protesters in one of the biggest waves of demonstrations in Cuba in decades.
The singer had been in critical condition recently after being hospitalized due to a fall at his Guadalajara ranch in August, and being diagnosed with Guillain–Barré syndrome afterwards.
Think of the best songs of 2021 as a playlist catering to the most basic human urges. Within it, booties were called, muffins were buttered and bloody revenge was contemplated. It was quite a year.
NPR's annual list of the year's best albums is full of work by musicians who hit career peaks, discovered their voices or willed something new into reality.
At the Latin Grammys, audiences were treated to elaborate performances that relied on unique collaborations between artists across genres.
Colombian singer-songwriter Victoria Sur has pursued a successful career for more than 20 years. Now, she's nominated for a Latin Grammy for her first children's music album, "Nanas Consentidoras."
Author Melissa Lozada-Oliva's new novel in verse, Dreaming of You, is about a heartbroken poet who brings Selena Quintanilla back from the dead.
Pop sensation Camila Cabello brings her famous hits back home, backing powerful vocals with Cuban congueros and Mexican mariachi.
Nicki Nicole's Tiny Desk home concert is representative of her artistry writ large, as an artist born in 2000 but with a connection to sounds and styles beyond her years.
Mexico's most famous ranchera singer remains hospitalized after a fall at his Guadalajara ranch, leaving fans on both sides of the border worried about his fate and the music he made so famous.
The Dominican-American superstar plays his "El Tiny" concert from a barbershop in The Bronx.
The Latin Grammys nominations favor a wider range of artists, genre, and fusion pieces, but mostly relegate reggaeton music to its own category.
The Mexican singer returns to the instrument workshop that started it all, performing a stunning set from her parent's home in Veracruz, Mexico.