In the middle of her second pregnancy, Shakira found time for a new musical collaboration. She met up with Mexican rock band Maná in Barcelona during Thanksgiving week to shoot the video of "Mi Verdad" (My Truth), the first single from Maná's upcoming studio album.
Vicentico’s new album, 'Último Acto,' revisits some of the raw-voiced Fabulosos Cadillacs frontman’s best-known songs. Willie Nelson collaborates on a new version of “Sólo un Momento,” and rhythm geniuses Sly & Robbie drop in for “Las Estrellas.”
Spanish pop star David Bisbal has debuted his swinging new English-language song “Closer Tonight” in a New Year’s ad for Freixenet bubbly. The track with a jazz hot vibe will be included on a gold edition of his album “Tu y Yo,” set for Dec. 9.
Here’s an exclusive premiere of Los Amigos Invisibles member Jose Luis Pardo’s cover of Shakira’s “Buscando un Poco de Amor,” showcasing Colombian singer Catalina Garcia from the alternative band Monsieur Periné.
Pitbull was busy hosting the 2014 AMAs, but that didn’t stop Mr. Worldwide from providing a killer medley of songs new and old. Pitbull took the stage to a few seconds of his 2012 hit “Don’t Stop the Party, before launching into a performance promo for his forthcoming studio album Globalization.
Latin acts tend to be very non-committal when it comes to making political statements or taking controversial stances. On Latin Grammy night, few acts actively commented on politics on the air. But some did, including Enrique Iglesias, Carlos Vives and Calle 13.
Immigration was the talk of the night at a Latin Grammy Awards with no big winners. Enrique Iglesias led with three wins, including Song of the Year. Carlos Vives, Calle 13 and Jorge Drexler each won two.
Puerto Rican rappers Calle 13, pop star Enrique Iglesias and Mexican songstress Lila Downs took home trophies during the 2014 Latin Grammys pre-telecast in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand moments before President Obama addressed the country about immigration.
Top Latin Albums greets a new No. 1 as Juan Luis Guerra arrives with Todo Tiene Su Hora (6,000 copies sold in the week ending Nov. 16, according to Nielsen SoundScan). It's the third No. 1 set for the Dominican singer-songwriter. The new album's lead single, "Tus Besos," spends a fifth consecutive week atop Latin Airplay, making it his second-longest running No. 1 in his 25-year history on the chart ("Cuando Me Enamoro" led for 17 weeks in 2010). The track likewise tops Latin Pop Airplay for a second week.