Jesus Trivino

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Jesus Trivino Alarcon began his professional journalism career at Vibe and has held editorial positions at Harris Publications, MyNuvoTV.com, and BET.com. Additionally, he has written and reported for the NY Daily News, SLAM, The Source, XXL, Inked, SOHH.com, People.com, Essence.com, and many more. In his 16-year career he’s interviewed countless celebrities including Bruno Mars, Carmelo Anthony, Demi Lovato, Marc Anthony, Rosario Dawson, Willie Colón, Jay-Z, Nas, Jessica Alba, John Leguizamo, 50 Cent, Kanye West, among others. Today, as Latina’s Entertainment Director he’s constantly thinking WWJD—What Would Juanes Do? Follow him on Instagram @JesusTalks and Twitter @JesusTalkz

Listen: 8 Songs To Fight Injustice
8 Songs to Bump to While Fighting Injustice

With times of unrest and injustice, we often turn to music to find solace. Yet, music can also inspire and motivate us to get moving and actually put foot to pavement and fight the power. The following songs will do just that. Listen at the highest volume possible.

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A Definitive Ranking of Every Pablo Escobar On Screen
A Definitive Ranking of Every Pablo Escobar On Screen

With all the buzz surrounding The Infiltrator, where a U.S. Customs officer (played by Bryan Cranston) discovers Pablo Escobar’s extravagant money laundering scheme, we couldn’t help but think who played the Colombian drug kingpin best.


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7 Songs That Scream Summer Anthem
7 Songs That Scream Summer Anthem

We’re right in the middle of summer and if you haven’t found your soundtrack for 2016 yet, we’re here to help. More accurately, J Balvin, Cierra Ramirez, Nina Sky and more are here to help you select which song will get you turnt, lit, etc. all summer long.


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Exclusive: Bodega Bamz on New Music, Police Brutality, & His TanBoys Movement
EXCLUSIVE: Bodega Bamz on New Music, Police Brutality, & His TanBoys Movement

If Latinos in hip-hop were Game of Thrones, Bodega Bamz would be Jon Snow.


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Exclusive: Fat Joe’s New Single to Debut in August
EXCLUSIVE: Fat Joe Reveals Date for His New Single!

Fat Joe is going to keep the “All The Way Up” momentum going with his second single.

In this exclusive interview, the Puerto Rican and Cuban MC gave us a sneak peek into the next track off his upcoming Plata o Plomo opus.


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Exclusive: BIA is the Latina MC We Deserve Right Now
EXCLUSIVE: BIA is the Latina MC We Deserve Right Now

We’re calling it: the Latin song of the summer is J Balvin’s “Safari” — it’s sexy, it’s now, it’s a certified banger. But the Colombian gato didn’t do it alone. He got served a huge assist by mega-producer Pharrell and a certain scene-stealer named BIA AKA the Perico Princess.


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Watch: How J Balvin Went From Walking Dogs to Being Top Dog
How J Balvin Went From Walking Dogs to Being Top Dog

J Balvin is the Colombian with the master plan...to takeover the Latin music industry.


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Alice Braga vs. Kate del Castillo: Who’s The True Queen of the South?
Alice Braga vs. Kate del Castillo: Who’s The True Queen of the South?

Who will be the best Teresa Mendoza? Alice Braga in Queen of the South or Kate del Castillo in La Reina del Sur? Well, before QOTS premieres tonight on USA at 10/9C, click through and find out.


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Why Willie Colón’s “El Gran Varón” is Still Relevant Today
Why Willie Colón’s “El Gran Varón” is Still Relevant Today

Beyond being one of the main architects of the Fania salsa sound (think Dr. Dre and the West coast hip-hop style), Willie Colón always infused his music with a consciousness rarely seen from artists—Spanish or English language. And "El Gran Varón" is the perfect example of his revolutionary thinking. The song, released in 1989 as a single from his album, Top Secrets, tackles homophobia, machismo and AIDS.


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