A roster of established and developing artists, executives and producers will take part in the annual panel discussion on urban Latin music that has become a staple of the Billboard Latin Music Conference.

"Rising Above: The Evolution of the Urban Latin Movement" will take place from 4-5 p.m. on April 27, closing the first day of panels of the Billboard Laitn Music Conference, which is presented by State Farm, in association with T Mobile.

Confirmed panelists include reggaetón stars Tito "El Bambino" and Ivy Queen; pop/urban star AB Quintanilla; up-and-comers Dyland y Lenny, whose new album "My World" is on the top 50 of the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart; Chino y Nacho, whose hit single "Niña Bonita" is at No. 7 on the hot Latin Songs chart; producer Echo; White Lion president Elias de León; Universal Latino/Machete Music VP of A&R Pedro Guzmán and DJ Nelson, CEO of Flow Music.

The panel will be moderated by Kevin "Pills" Montano, owner of Latin Mixx.

With the advent of the Latin urban movement, Billboard has long hosted panel discussions that center on the genre's most relevant issues. This year's panel will feature acts from Puerto Rico as well as Venezuela and the United States, underscoring the growing fan base of Latin urban music.

The Billboard Latin Music Conference, live from Puerto Rico, takes place April 26-29 at the Conrad San Juan Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico. To register, please visit billboardlatinconference.com.

The Billboard Latin Music Awards, presented by State Farm, will air live April 29 on the Telemundo Network.