By Grace Bastidas | 09/20/2010 - 16:51
Mexican pop rock trio Camila has soared to platinum status in the U.S. with their second album Dejarte de Amar. Now that they’ve been nominated for four Latin Grammys (Record of the Year, Best Pop Album, Best Song of the Year and Album of the Year), they’re on their way to making this a stellar 2010. I got a chance to talk to guitarist Pablo Hurtado about the band’s success and here’s what he had to say:
What role does each member of the group play?
By Kate Sandoval | 09/09/2010 - 18:00
If you’re looking for a way to spice up a massage, I’ve got just the thing. It’s called the Rhythm Massage, and it’s based on flamenco, salsa, and bolero music.
Dayalis Gonzalez, a massage therapist at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach, got the idea for the service as she was dancing to Latin music in the car and realized that a massage could play off the beats of her favorite music.
By smundhra | 08/13/2008 - 15:14
On a blazing hot August day in Jones Beach, New York, Peruvian-born, Harlem-raised rapper Immortal Technique finds himself in the middle of hip-hop history. As the only Latino rapper on the Rock the Bells Hip-Hop Festival's main stage line-up, which includes Nas, Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest and a half-dozen other legends, Immortal Technique (born Felipe Coronel), has a crowd of 10,000 fans—black, white, Latin and everything in between—out of their seats, finishing his lyrics, and answering his cries for revolution.
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