Espinoza Paz and Roberto Tapia, two regional Mexican stars who have also emerged as critically acclaimed and commercially successful composers, were the top winners at BMI’s 21st annual Latin Music Awards, taking home BMI Latin songwriter of the year and BMI Latin song of the year awards, respectively.
Urban chart-topper Yandel, fresh from debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart last year, and regional Mexican star Noel Torres will headline the fifth annual Billboard En Concierto concert series, presented by State Farm in association with Pepsi.
When Shakira wanted to get a little bit country on her upcoming album, she approached fellow "The Voice" coach Blake Shelton. The result is "Medicine," a country song that's light enough on fiddle and steel to work on pop radio.
There's a reason why Shakira's new single "Can't Remember To Forget You" features Rihanna -- and a steamy accompanying music video in which the two female superstars caress each other -- and not a male playing her counterpart in the clip.
In Calle 13's dramatic new video, front man René Pérez offers his Maserati as a tomb for a pile of used guns and gold surrendered by a menacing line up of gangstas, who stand aside as Willie Mays appears like a vision in the desert.
One of the most successful Latin singer-songwriters presents his new single “Apnea,” a powerful ballad from upcoming studio album “Viaje.” Ricardo Arjona debuted new single “Apnea” on March 4 after revealing it in pieces throughout the past week by posting clues surrounding the track to his fans, including his 12 million Facebook followers.