A state appeals court has upheld a judgment against regional Mexican label Platino Records, in a lawsuit the indie label had filed against Univision Music alleging breach of contract and payola-related extortion.
The romantic norteno group, which was to have performed on a double bill with Los Rieleros del Norte, announced the move was "a categorical sign of support to victims" of the law, which is scheduled to take effect by August.
Fear over Arizona's newly signed immigration enforcement law has forced a Tucson radio station to postpone a June 6 concert featuring some of the biggest names in regional Mexican music, according to the station.
Regional Mexican artist Espinoza Paz will visit 12 U.S. cities on his “Nace Una Estrella” tour, promoted by AEG Live. The tour starts June 19 at Denver’s Wells Fargo Theatre and wraps Aug. 28 at New York’s Nokia Theatre.
Daddy Yankee has sued Universal Music for $10 million over alleged copyright infringement and unjust enrichment, stemming from what the reggaeton star says is the company's unauthorized exploitation of his albums.