By Lee Hernandez | 03/11/2011 - 13:34
Last year, Juanes became the first artist ever to sing a song in Spanish at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and this afternoon (at 3 PM PT), the 38-year-old Colombian singer will become the first ever Spanish-language artist to visit the main offices of Twitter for a special event to interact directly with fans.
By Angie Romero | 03/04/2011 - 17:48
Happy Friday, everyone! Our Juanes has a “Regalito” for you and we’re sure you’re going to like it. It’s the new single off his album, P.A.R.C.E., which made its world premiere today on Vevo.com. The song opens with the Colombian rocker’s trademark guitar riff and is the stuff that weekend dance parties are made of.
By Miranda Noland | 02/25/2011 - 08:28
By Mariela Rosario | 02/11/2011 - 09:41
Sure we're pumped to see Christina Aguilera's shot at instant redemption when she opens the Grammys, especially since it's a tribute to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. And yes, we're thrilled that Esperanza Spalding, a jazz musician, will get a chance to shine so brightly on Sunday as well. But geesh, there are a TON of Latino musicians who we really expected to perform at the 2011 Grammy Awards this year and we're super bummed that none of them will be.
By Miranda Noland | 01/17/2011 - 09:07
By Miranda Noland | 01/10/2011 - 08:46
By Mariela Rosario | 01/05/2011 - 16:00
The last round of voting will be for your favorite song of 2010! We had Shakira's global anthem "Waka, Waka," a rockin' first single off of Juanes's new album P.A.R.C.E., a lovely duet between Juan Luis Guerra and Enrique Iglesias (with an adorable video to match) and "Bon Bon," a fist-bumping dance anthem from everyone's favorite club king, Pitbull.
So tell us:
By Mariela Rosario | 12/21/2010 - 11:15
The Norteño band Los Tigres del Norte have been going strong for decades and have amassed millions of albums sales and fans over the years.
Among those fans are Juanes, Zack de la Rocha and Calle 13, who have all signed on to appear in Los Tigres Unplugged special for MTV. It makes sense that these politically inclined musicos love Los Tigres, long seen as "the voice of the people."