Smriti Mundhra

Los Tigres del Norte
EXCLUSIVE: Los Tigres del Norte On Their Upcoming MTV Unplugged Special

Los Tigres del Norte have been performing on stage since before most of us were born, and they don’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. The Grammy-winning ensemble from Mexico was honored with their very own MTV Unplugged session, and they brought a whole bunch of their A-list admirers along to help turn up the volume on their set.


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Introducing Diego Garcia
Introducing Diego Garcia

The world of rock loves a bad boy and for years, Argentine American singer Diego Garcia didn’t disappoint. As lead singer of indie rock sensation Elefant—he was once voted ‘sexiest lead singer’ by New York magazine— he played tongue-and-cheek with reporters about dating models and used his relationship drama as fodder for song lyrics.

But with the launch of his solo career, Garcia is taking a softer approach. “I made the record to survive,” he says. “I had to heal my heart. In other words, I had to get my girl back.”


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Our Top 5 Favorite Old School J.Lo Collabos!
Our Top 5 Favorite Old School J.Lo Collabos!

This is a big week for Jennifer Lopez—after years of anticipation, her new album LOVE? drops today, along with the music video for her latest single “I’m Into You,” featuring rapper Lil Wayne, and tomorrow, she hits the http://www.latina.com/entertainment/music/confirmed-jennifer-lopez


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Selena Gomez on Leaving 'Wizards of Waverly Place': "It's Terrifying!"
Selena Gomez on Leaving 'Wizards of Waverly Place': "It's Terrifying!"

Selena Gomez may be on the verge of taking over the world—she dominates the big screen, small screen and album charts, and was just named the host of this year’s MuchMusic Awards—but a piece of her heart will always stay on Waverly Place. The multi-hyphenate mogul will be taking a break from TV when her long running series The Wizards of Waverly Place ends it’s run after the upcoming fourth season.


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Enrique Iglesias Wins Big at Los Premios Billboard!
Enrique Iglesias Wins Big at the 2011 Premios Billboard!

It was the biggest night in Latin music, and a great night for Enrique Iglesias! The Spanish hitmaker took home nine awards at Los Premios Billboard 2011—including Artist of the Year and Best Latin Pop Album—after opening the show with a killer performance of his hits “No Me Digas Que No” and “Tonight (I’m Loving You)” with Wisin Y Yandel. Enrique delivered a slew of characteristically over-the-top acceptance speeches, but surprised us with his sincerity and gratitude toward his fans and colleagues.


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Music Roundup: Jennifer Lopez, Don Omar and more!

It’s time to fire up our iPods! We found a few tasty musical treats over the weekend from some of our favorite artists, and we could barely wait until Monday to share. 


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Music Festivals
Latina's Guide to the Best Spring & Summer Concerts

Like cold beers and weekend trips to the nearest beach, live music is an essential ingredient for the spring and summer. All the arena tours, music festivals and intimate shows out there sometimes leave us overwhelmed with choices, so we narrowed it down to the best-of-the-best in upcoming shows, featuring some of our favorite Latin artists.


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Luis Fonsi
EXCLUSIVE: Luis Fonsi on Surviving Heartbreak: "Time Heals Everything"

Puerto Rican crooner Luis Fonsi debuted the first single, “Gritar,” from his upcoming album Tierra Firme, kicking off what is shaping up to be the Summer of Fonsi. Next up for the singer—who has more than five million followers between Twitter and Facebook combined—is a live performance at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards on April 28, followed by the release of Tierra Firme in July.


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America's Next Best Dance Crew
Why We're Rooting For Puerto Rico's 787 Crew on 'America's Best Dance Crew'

Drama is an essential ingredient when it comes to reality TV competitions, but Puerto Rico's 787 Crew got more than they bargained for last week. The night before their first performance on hit MTV show America’s Best Dance Crew, Emmanuel Pagan [aka PeRy]—one of the seven-member crew—broke his leg.
 


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Introducing Hello Seahorse
Introducing Hello Seahorse

It seems like Mexican indie rock band Hello Seahorse! has been poised for a breakthrough to the mainstream forever. The Mexico City-based foursome created three critically acclaimed albums, collected a handful of awards (their 2009 album Bestia snagged them an iTunes “Best New Artist” nod, an MTV VMA Latinoamerica and two Latin Grammy nominations) and shared the stage with rock giants like the Beastie Boys and The Killers.


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