Vastly different than it was a decade ago, the pop music that defined the 2010s has found new and unprecedented ways to engage the listener.
Navidad is a time for dancing and singing along to all sorts of music – as the Navidad playlist, featuring the best Spanish Christmas songs, shows.
Award-winning Latin music writer Judy Cantor-Navas reveals how ‘The Complete Cuban Jam Sessions’ escaped the regime to travel the world.
With ‘Enrique’, Enrique Iglesias made his long-awaited crossover into the English-language market, proving he could dominate two worlds at once.
The crossover phenomenon of Despacito suggests the resurgence of Latin pop music is here to stay, but its success traces back to Selena and Ritchie Valens.
The First Lady Of Latin music, Celia Cruz was a multiple-Grammy winner who took salsa music to the world. So what do you mean you’ve never heard of her?
From the most devoted fan to the newbie, these Enrique Iglesias facts should surprise anybody who thinks they know their ‘Bailamos’ from their ‘Bailando’.
Thanks to discerning crate-diggers with a taste for Latin music, from salsa to bogaloo, the best Fania samples became essential building blocks for hip-hop.
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A record label of huge significance, the Fania story takes in the birth of salsa music and the global spread of Latin culture.
The gold standard in Latin Music, the best Fania songs truly merged cultures, ranging from salsa to disco, and all points between.
Craft Recordings’ Craft Latino imprint has released ‘Fania Goes Psychedelic’, a 15-song compilation featuring Latin soul and experimental gems from the legendary Fania catalogue.
'Ones' not only represented a retrospective of Selena’s career but also as an introduction to her new generation of fans after her death on 31 March 1995.
“Selena will always have a lasting place in music history and we feel great responsibility to do justice to her memory.”