Colombian singer/songwriter Juanes will talk the business of music during the Billboard Digital Superstar Q&A during the Billboard Latin Music Conference in Miami which kicks off this Monday (April 21) and leads into the Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday (April 24).
Juan Gabriel, the iconic Mexican singer/songwriter, has postponed his first three California shows after being rushed to the hospital early on Monday in Las Vegas where he was diagnosed with pneumonia, according to representatives for the 64-year-old crooner.
Ahead of the Billboard Latin Music Awards on April 24 where Rihanna, Bruno Mars, Robin Thicke and Christina Aguilera will compete for Crossover Artist of the Year, we're taking a look at the 10 top artists who have crossed over to the Billboard Latin charts.
Aloe Blacc adds soul to a new version of Coca-Cola’s World Cup anthem released today (April 15), a mash-up between the Coke campaign theme "The World is Ours” featuring David Correy and an original song by Blacc.
A kiss is just a kiss… Or is it? "Darte un Beso" (Give You a Kiss), the Prince Royce hit that spent 14 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart, gets a new life, a new name and a new language with a new Portuguese version performed by Royce and Brazilian star Michel Telo.
Spanish pop star David Bisbal is celebrating a new album, a global tour and a fan base that keeps growing. Despite having more than 6 million twitter followers, and counting, the singer takes nothing for granted.
In Enrique Iglesias' spectacular new video for the single "Bailando," a young Cuban flamenco troupe swirling in red dresses meet up with street dancers with some mad soccer skills in one of the best choreographed encounters since the Sharks met the Jets.
Superstar Marc Anthony is the latest act confirmed for a Q&A at the upcoming 25th annual Billboard Latin Music Conference. Anthony will be interviewed during the Billboard Icons Q&A, taking place April 23 at 4:15 p.m. at the JW Marriot Marquis in Miami.
Sergio Mendes did his first music for film, 50 years after he started his recording career with "Dance Moderno" in 1961. Three years after celebrating his career with the compilation "Celebration" and the animated film "Rio," Mendes returns with "Rio 2" and an album of new recordings for Sony Music Masterworks imprint OKeh Records.