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  1. Latin Music (either in English, Spanish or Spanglish) have been hitting new levels and continues to be very popular worldwide, including in the USA and Europe. That's why, I would like to know which International Pop Diva is your favorite, when releasing Latin American influenced music. The list includes Kylie Minogue, Rita Ora, Britney Spears, Madonna, Janet Jackson, Whitney Houston, Demi Lovato, Alicia Keys, Selena Gomez and Katy Perry. Here is a list of 10 songs in random order (Part 1): 1) Kylie Minogue - "Stop Me From Falling", feat. Gente de Zona (2018) 2) Sofia Reyes - "R.I.P.", feat. Rita Ora & Anitta (2019) 3) Britney Spears - "Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)" (2016) #BritneySpears 4) Madonna - "La Isla Bonita" (1986) 5) Janet Jackson x Daddy Yankee - "Made For Now" (2018) 6) Whitney Houston & Enrique Iglesias - "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" (2000) 7) Luis Fonsi, Demi Lovato - "Échame La Culpa" (2017) 8) Pedro Capó, Alicia Keys, Farruko - "Calma (Alicia Remix)" (2019) 9) DJ Snake - "Taki Taki", feat. Selena Gomez, Ozuna, Cardi B (2018) 10) Daddy Yankee + Katy Perry - "Con Calma", feat. Snow (2019) Which one is your favorite and why?
  2. The weekend has offically started These ladies came to deliver I wonder if Selena G is available? We could have so much fun blasting this bop out loud
  3. RBD ANNOUNCES "SER O PARECER", THEY FIRST CONCERT IN 12 YEARS Presented as "a tribute to the Rebelde Generation", the show will be a digital recital of about two hours RBD was a Mexican Latin pop group that gained popularity from Televisa's telenovela Rebelde. The group achieved international success from 2004 until their separation in 2009 and sold over 15 million records worldwide. The group was composed of Anahí, Alfonso Herrera, Dulce María, Christopher von Uckermann, Maite Perroni and Christian Chavez Only 4 of the 6 members will return for this reunion. Maite Perroni, Anahí, Christian Chavez and Christopher Von Uckermann, announced this Wednesday that they will join their voices in a live concert this December, 12 years after their last presentation Those absent will be Alfonso Herrera, who has focused on the last decade in his acting career, and Dulce María, who by those days would be ready or would have already had her first daughter • THE RETURN The RBD fever never completely went away, but it resumed intensity last August when a campaign was organized to alert that something was happening around the group On September 3, platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, Deezer and others began to notice that there was an intense consumption of songs such as "Rebelde" and "Ser o Parecer" In less than 24 hours, more than 40 million listeners were registered and, in less than a month, the band's page already has 5.4 million followers on Spotify Tickets to see "Ser o parecer" will begin to be sold from October 4 - when "World RBD Day" is celebrated - on the website "seroparecer.world" Before, on October 2 and 3, there will be a pre-sale through the Spotify music streaming platform The price will be $ 15 for presale and $ 20 for the general public Fans will also be able to upload videos about what RBD means to them or by singing and dancing to their favorite songs Yo digo R, tu dices BD... RBD
  4. It seems like 2020 is the year of female collabs and IM HERE FOR IT! Lola Indigo (Spain), Danna Paola (Mexico) and Denise Rosenthal (Chile) are pop icons in each of their countries, they reunite in an uptempo tune about putting a spell on an ex-lover . TBH I was not expecting a video as solid as this, considering they filmed in quarantine and in three different countries (and two different continents)!! The main councept is that each of them is a witch from a different element -> Fire (Danna) Water (Lola) and Air (Denise). I liked the choreo and the visuals , what do you think guys? u like it?
  5. Hi guys, Let me start off by saying Gloria Estefan is a Cuban-born artist and one the biggest artists in Latin music history. Some of you or your parents might know her from her older hits: Conga, Turn the Beat Around, Don't Wanna Loose You. In 1998, Madonna and Cher released what everyone considers their magnum opus: Ray of Light and Believe. Sadly, with such big releases, Gloria's magnum opus "Gloria!" got lost in the shuffle. This album is full non-stop 90's dance, disco, house music with touches of salsa, hip-hop, afro-cuban beats. It's an album that celebrates life, love and joy to the fullest. 4 of her biggest hits were released: Heaven's What I Feel, Oye, Don't Let This Moment End and Cuba Libre. Even the non-single tracks such as Real Woman, Touched by an Angel, Lucky Girl are club-worthy singles and classics. For spanish-speakers, Gloria blessed them with spanish versions of Heaven's What I Feel (Corazón Prohibido), Oye and Cuba Libre. Fun facts: Real Woman has been lip-synced by Manila Luzon and Lucky Girl was covered by Mexican-singer Thalía. I wanted to create this simple thread to share good, upbeat, dance music through these difficult times. Press play and deja que tu cuerpo te pida salsa! (let your body ask you for salsa!).
  6. Jimmy Fallon caught up with the current Prince of Latin X music, Maluma! Check it out
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