Nelly Furtado Remixes Wisin & Yandel
By Monica Herrera | 04/18/2008 - 15:49

Nelly Furtado is officially the queen of Latin collabos. The pop princess—who just two months ago told a Chilean newspaper that she felt like a Latina—has jumped on a remix of Wisin y Yandel’s hit reggaeton jam, “Sexy Movimiento.” Click here to listen.

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Music Roundup: Julio Iglesias, Mana, Fat Joe and More...
By Brian Madigan | 03/11/2008 - 17:57

Julio Iglesias, Jr. Wins CMTs Gone Country

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'American Idol' Unveils Its Top 12, and It Includes Four Latinos!
By Latina Staff | 03/07/2008 - 12:24

After years of Latino hopefuls getting eliminated from American Idol before making it to the Top 12, we’ve finally got contestants to root for in the Kodak Theater! The juggernaut show revealed its Top 12 for Season Seven on Thursday night, and although the super-fierce Danny Noriega failed to make the cut (we’ll miss you!), the show’s remaining four Latino contestants are headed to the next round.

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Exclusive: Malverde Opens Up to Latina.Com
By Latina Staff | 03/06/2008 - 16:37

Malverde, a West Coast based hip-hop artist has been making quite a ruckus these days. Although he’s been on the scene for more than 10 years his latest album La Leyenda Continua is sure to make him a star. His stock is rising with a recent appearance on MiTRL and a new Sucker Free Latino Throwback show in the works. He’s also been selected as the latest Descubre y Download artist. So check out what this man has to say about his mami, the legacy of his name and the immigration controversy.

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Manu Chao 101
By admin | 02/26/2008 - 11:02

In Europe and Latin America, Manu Chao is huge, but in the United States, he's still more of an underground sensation. In case you haven't heard of him yet, here's a quick rundown on the man and his music:

Born: Jose-Manuel Thomas Arthur Chao on June 21, 1961, in Paris.

Lives: Between Barcelona, Paris and Brazil, but he spends most of his time traveling the world.

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Q&A with Carlos Santana
By admin | 02/26/2008 - 10:17

The next time the government raises the national threat level to Orange,
Carlos Santana is the guy it should recruit to tell everyone that it's gonna be
all right. Soft-spoken and deeply spiritual, he seems more guru than rock

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