Richy Rosario

Richy Rosario is a Dominican-bred writer hailing from the Bronx, who covers music, pop culture and race. His work has been featured on VIBE, The New York Observer and Milk Studios among others. 

John Leguizamo

John Leguizamo's 'Latin History for Morons' Is a Timely Reminder Latinos Are an Indispensable Element of the American Fabric

Take a seat at John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons, and you’ll learn about the obscure yet pivotal details of what it means to be Latino in America. In his one-man show, he decodes the turbulent past and messages of triumph of Latin ancestry that often get lost in the history books of mainstream academia, which erroneously teach an Anglo-infused faux reality.
C. Tangana

Meet Rapper C. Tangana, Centering Hip-Hop Culture in Spain One Verse at a Time

C. Tangana has been making waves in the Spanish rap scene since 2006, back when he was known as as Crema. Unlike his fellow Spanish-speaking rappers –- J Balvin, Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee and Maluma to name a few – the 27-year-old hasn’t achieved mainstream clout in Latin America or the U.S. -- yet.
Sean Striegel, Ana Poluyan, Nadia Reiman, Eva Golinger, Alicia Zertuche, Wilfrido Osuna, Brian Chavez

Lessons Learned From LAMC: Streaming, Syncs and Immigration

The Latin Alternative Music Conference hosted a series of panel discussions tailored for the different conundrums that arise when U.S., Latin and Latin American artists try to swim in the mainstream of the music business in the United States.