Judy Cantor-Navas

Billboard Correspondent and Billboard en Español Managing Editor

Judy Cantor-Navas writes about Latin music for Billboard and is the Managing Editor of Billboard en Español. She was previously on staff at MTV, the Associated Press, the Miami New Times and the Miami Herald among other media outlets, and has written for numerous print and online publications. Judy has reported from Madrid, Buenos Aires, Miami, Havana and New York, and is currently based in Los Angeles. [Judy's Website]

Gustavo Cerati, 2007.

Late Latin Icon Gustavo Cerati: 10 Essential Tracks

A prolific musician, Gustavo Cerati had many incarnations: as founding member of Soda Stereo, as a soloist, as a producer and collaborator, and always, as a singer/songwriter of forceful but eminently melodic songs that became the soundtrack of generations. Cerati died Thursday (Sept. 4), almost four years after he suffered a stroke following a concert in Venezuela.
Rocker Gustavo Cerati Hospitalized in Argentina with 'Extensive Brain Damage'

Latin Rock Icon Gustavo Cerati Dead at 55

Millions of fans are mourning his death, which had been falsely rumored several times since he fell into a coma four years ago.
Peret, 2011.

Pioneering Rumba King Peret Dead at 79

Peret, the singer and guitarist known as the king of the Catalan rumba -- Barcelona's original party music -- died Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 79.
Peret, 2011.

Pioneering Rumba King Peret Dead at 79

Peret, the singer and guitarist known as the king of the Catalan rumba -- Barcelona's original party music -- died Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 79.

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