A new Latin-music label whose products will be sold exclusively through the Internet is set to launch next week in Miami.

A new Latin-music label whose products will be sold exclusively through the Internet is set to launch next week in Miami.

Emusiclatino.com founder Miguel Sierralta will formally unveil the plan for the label during an April 27 showcase that will take place as part of the Billboard Latin Music Conference.

"Our concept is to have artists who already have recorded albums but never released them and new acts who have a good project but don't have a label," Sierralta says. Sierralta is president/CEO of Sierralta Entertainment Group, a film, TV and music production company based in Miami.

Emusiclatino.com will carry albums by several of the artists Sierralta has produced or worked with, including Angela Carrasco and Bertin Osborne. It has also secured releases by up-and-coming acts as well as albums that are hard to find in traditional music stores. Other artists whose albums are being released on Emusiclatino.com include Los Hidalgo, Osvaldo RĂ­os, Rudy La Scala and Los Chamos.

Emusiclatino.com won't pay recording costs but will promote, market and sell albums and individual tunes via the Internet. The download and purchase of tracks is being handled through a pact with Liquid Audio, and the label has inked a deal with Amazon.com for purchase and shipment of full-length albums.