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Listen to Ana Tijoux's Curated Beats Playlist
Listen to Ana Tijoux's Curated Beats Playlist

On her third album, Vengo, available March 18, Ana Tijoux raps about motherhood and social injustices. Here, the Chilean and French MC lets us in on her favorite artists. Take a listen and vibe out to the tunes of Erykah Badu, Los Cojolites, Fela Kuti and more. Listen to Ana Tijoux's playlist on Beats Music!


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Commentary: Walter Mercado is the Face of the Holidays for Latinos
Commentary: Walter Mercado is the Face of the Holidays for Latinos

How do you know it’s time for the holidays? Is it the smell of roasted turkey? Or larger than life Christmas decorations? Or is it watching Charlie Brown cartoons? Well, for me, and a lot of Latinos, I know it’s the holidays when I see the Revista de Walter Mercado. The Puerto Rican psychic is Latino pop culture treasure—his on-point predictions are only superseded by his flamboyant style (hello, capes!).


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Justin Bieber monkey graffiti in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Latin America to Justin Bieber: GET OUT!

Dear Justin Bieber,

We were so excited when we heard the news! We couldn’t wait for you to bring the Believe Tour to us! Our hotels were vying for your stay, our clubs were waiting for you to drop dollars, and our beaches were waiting for you tan your baby skin. It’s not every day that we get to host one of the biggest global pop stars, and we were ready and willing. And then things just took a sad, sad turn...


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J Balvin
EXCLUSIVE: J Balvin Talks New Album, Drake Comparisons, & Twitter

Reggaeton meet your new prince…thy name is J Balvin. The Colombian reggaetonero has updated his genre’s sound with dance-inspired beats and seductive, Drake-esque lyrics. But don’t take our word for it, let the handsome Balvin tell you himself. We caught up with him to talk about his new album, La Familia, his favorite rapper, Drake (no surprise there), and the responsibility of pushing reggaeton into the future.

Tell us about your new album, La Familia.


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Demi Lovato and Simon Cowell at The X Factor Meet The Judges Red Carpet Event
EXCLUSIVE: Simon Cowell on Demi Lovato–"She Says What's On Her Mind"

Simon Cowell isn't afraid to speak his mind–so it makes sense he appreciates the same in others, too. We caught up with the X Factor judge to talk our cover girl Demi Lovato, her perspective and what he respects most about his bantering co-judge.

What does Demi bring to the X-Factor as a judge and mentor?


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Alexia Echevarria attends Miami Hair Beauty and Fashion 2013
Exclusive: Alexia Echevarria Talks ‘Real Housewives of Miami’ Reunion, Plastic Surgery & Her Sons

Alexia Echevarria wears many hats (all of them fashionable, we assure you). She’s a reality TV cast member (Bravo’s Real Housewives of Miami), an editor (Venue Magazine) and a socialite. Yet, her most important role is of mom to her two sons, Frankie and Peter. During this season of RHOM the public saw Echevarria the mother dealing with the ups and downs of raising two sons. Here, the Cuban Barbie dishes on the RHOM reunion, her cast mates plastic surgery habits (yikes), and more.


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Al Horford and wife Amelia Vega at Think Like a Man premiere
Exclusive: Al Horford Talks NBA, Charity, & Married Life With Former Miss Universe, Amelia Vega

The Atlanta Hawks Dominican bigman discusses his charity work with Basketball Without Borders, being married to former Miss Universe, Amelia Vega, and Latinos in the NBA.

Tell us about the NBA’s Baskteball Without Borders.


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8 Signs Your Boyfriend Has El Chavo del Ocho Tendencies
8 Signs Your Boyfriend Has El Chavo del Ocho Tendencies

El Chavo del Ocho (Roberto Gómez Bolaños) is a timeless Mexican comedic character. He was hilariously dumb and endearing and made for TV. Yet, you wouldn’t want to date him. But we all make mistakes. Click through and see if your boyfriend might have El Chavo del Ocho tendencies. A word to the wise: if he possesses more than three drop him quick. 


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Natti Natasha
Exclusive: Natti Natasha Talks “Makossa,” Don Omar, & Dominican Republic

The “Dutty Love” Dominican songbird speaks about her upcoming video for “Makossa,” what she’s learned from her Orfanato Music Group label boss, Don Omar, and performing in her home isle.

How did Don Omar discover you?


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19 Best Bachata Songs Ever!
20 Best Bachata Songs Ever!

Put away all your sharp objects! Once you get through listening to our ultimate bachata playlist you might want to call it quits! All kidding aside, the Dominican genre of music sprouted in the disenfranchised rural areas of the island in the early 20th century. The usual themes of bachata, also referred to as the Dominican blues, are heartbreak, sadness over heartbreak, pain over heartbreak, and you guessed it…breaking hearts.


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