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Exclusive: Adore Delano Talks Chola Fashion, New Album & Drag Queen Myths
EXCLUSIVE: Adore Delano Talks 'After Party,' Chola Fashion & Drag Queen Myths

Adore Delano laughs a lot. It seems like she has a perpetual smile on her face. And why not? Her sophomore album, After Party, hit number 1 on iTunes’ dance charts five minutes post-debut, she’s about to go on tour on RuPaul’s Drag Race Battle of the Seasons, and she’s just enjoying everything and anything life throws in her face.


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Exclusive: Kehlani Talks Frida Kahlo, New Music, & Fame
EXCLUSIVE: Kehlani on How Frida Kahlo Influenced Her Personality

This article originally appeared in our April 2016 issue.

Kehlani Parrish is a walking contradiction.


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Listen: The 10 Best Colombian Musicians Ever
Listen: The 10 Best Colombian Musicians Ever

Colombia is the unquestioned leader of South American music on the global stage. Thanks in part to international stars like Juanes and Shakira, the Andean nation has dominated the Latin charts and revolutionized each genre they’ve touched.

Listo, pues! Click on to see (and hear) the best Colombian musicians in the world.


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La Yegros
EXCLUSIVE: Meet La Yegros, the Afro-Argentinian Electro-Cumbia Badass

Cumbia and chamamé were the music of Mariana Yegros’ childhood. She remembers fondly the chamamés her father listened to at home and the cumbias that played all around her. The music she’s creating now is as much an outgrowth of her soul as it is the creation of something new.

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Exclusive: Rising Puerto Rican MC Audri Nix Talks New EP, Kanye West’s Meltdown
Exclusive: Rising Puerto Rican MC Audri Nix Talks New EP, Kanye West’s Meltdown

Puerto Rican artist Audri Nix is on the cusp of something big. Her new EP, El Nuevo Orden Vol. 1, is an ethereal blend of hip-hop, trance, trap, and undeniably boricua sounds. It’s not only a testament to her talent, it’s a bird’s eye view into the current climate on her island’s musical scene — it’s blossoming. The 21-year-old lets us in on that brand new ish.

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WATCH: LaRyss' Cover of  Selena's "I Could Fall In Love" Will Give You Serious Chills
WATCH: LaRyss' Cover of Selena's "I Could Fall In Love" Will Give You Serious Chills

Pop and R&B vocalist LaRyss, has been making musical waves in Los Angeles. She confidently covers the beloved “Queen of Tejano,” Selena Quintanilla’s, “I Could Fall In Love.” Only accompanied by a speaker and her voice, she does the legend justice.  At 21-years-old, the songstress’s makeup highlight is as bright as her future. Still on a high from New York Fashion Week, LaRyss talks style, singing, and forthcoming success.


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