The song marks the best-selling Mexican group’s first new music in 12 years.
The Los Angeles museum is digging into its archives to share previously-unreleased interviews from music’s biggest names.
'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.
The singer-songwriter’s highly anticipated debut album has already earned wide acclaim for its impactful, raw lyricism and genre-defying sound.
By staying true to her roots and refusing to compromise, Jessie Reyez has perfectly set the stage for her introduction to the world.
‘Billboard’ & Telemundo postpone the long-running awards show and Latinfest+ conference amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Antonio Carlos Jobim achieved worldwide superstar fame thanks to his key piece 'The Girl from Ipanema’, and while that luscious bossa nova is an all-time standard, it doesn’t tell his tale because...
You may not know they exist, but the best music arrangers can lift a song to new heights, making all the difference to whether it’s a hit or not.
Enrique Iglesias’ second album, ‘Vivir’, maintained its predecessor’s winning formula, emerging as an early masterclass in building an audience.
From the rise of streaming to the breakdown of genre barriers, these are the 20 most unforgettable musical events of the 2010s.
The past decade saw a breakdown in genres, conventions, musical borders and barriers to entry… as the best albums of the 2010s prove.
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.