TIDAL: The Rise of Dominican Dembow

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Recognizing Dominican Dembow: From Jamaica to El Alfa

Sech on His Rapid Rise in Urbano and Transitioning From Dancehall to Reggaeton

10 Dominican Authors to Love and Support in Your Life Time

Maxine Ashley Debuts New “Girls” Video and Explains How YouTube Shaped Her Career

Nio Garcia on the Ingredients That Made “Te Boté” the Perfect Hit

Nino Augustine on Reclaiming a Space in Urbano for Panama

Kaina Is Not Intimidated by Industry Standards

Latinx: Dj Dame Luz Strives for Inclusion in LGBTQ+ Community

How Dora and the Lost City of Gold Composer Germaine Franco Is Bringing Her Latinidad to Hollywood

Lyanno: The Trailblazer Bringing R&B to Urbano

ChocQuibTown Talk Afro-Identity and Their Latest Video “Que Me Baile”

Jacob Vargas on Breaking Away From Latin Stereotypes and His Role on Mr. Iglesias

Songwriter-Producer Cris Chil Refuses to Be Anyone’s Prop

Brytiago on the Legends That Helped Shape His Career

Meet Jhay Cortez, the Hitmaker Behind All Your Favorite Songs

Gina Torres Tells the Story of a Powerful Afro-Cubana in Pearson

Reykon Talks Raising His Daughter Around His Music and His Latest Song “Latina”

Afro-Latino Festival Panelists Explain How to Be an Effective Ally

Nitty Scott Took Control of Her Own Career and Became More Successful Than Ever

How Tito El Bambino Went From Underground Artist to International Success

Guaynaa Remembers His First Perreo Salvaje and the Freestyle That Got His Foot in the Door

Vicente García’s Album Candela is a Modern Afro-Diasporic Celebration

Meet the Ladies of Bella Doña, the Culture Brand Embracing the West Coast Chicana Perspective

How Democratic Nominee Tiffany Cabán Plans To Fight For NYC’s Latinx Community

9 Throwback Tracks Ivy Queen References in “787

Meet GioBulla, the Rising Star in Urbano Creating a Unique Fusion Sound

Alex Rose Dishes on the Remix Era, the “Olympic” Level of Unity in Urbano Music, and, Oh Yeah, His New Video Just Dropped

Redefining a Male-Dominated Genre, Andre Veloz’s “Bachata-rengue” Speaks to the Dominican Woman Experience

Tomasa Del Real Sets the Record Straight on “Neoperreo,” the Inclusive DIY Dance Music Subculture, and Drops Third Album

Sebastian Yatra Dishes on the Why “En Guerra” Wooed the Pope and Hints at His “Mind-blowing” Collab Coming This Month

Not Enough Women in El Genero Urbano and Rap? Here’s 16 Latinx Raperas to Love and Support

5 Natural Hair Brands Owned by Women of Color

Miky Woodz: From Hoop Dreams to Latin Trap Stardom

8 Reggaetón Videos From the Golden Era to Revisit This Spring

What Cuba Taught Me About How We Communicate

How Amanda Alcantára’s Intimate Journal of Poems and Stories, Chula, Embraces Caribeñx Culture


Orange Is the New Black’s Jackie Cruz on How Her Near-Death Experience Continues to Shape Her Life

Rauw Alejandro’s Serious Steppin’ and Colorful Nails Add Flavor to Latin’s Urban Genre

Paloma Mami Dishes on Her 11-month Sprint to Stardom and the Bad Bunny Concert That Started It All

Fernando Lugo: The Mastermind Behind Your Favorite Latinx Music Videos

Marco “Tainy” Masis Opens Up About Being Mentored by the Biggest Names in Reggaetón at 14 Years Old

Meet Amenazzy, the Hopeless Romantic of Urban Latin Music

It’s Time to Honor Ivy Queen’s “Quiero Bailar” and Her Reggaeton Legacy of Women’s Empowerment

How Janel Martinez Started the Afro-Latina Conversation — and Keeps It Going

Puerto Rico Was the Birth Control Pill’s Unwitting Laboratory 

Meet the Poet Working to Get “Afro-Latina” in the Dictionary

4 Unforgettable ‘Barrio Fino’ Moments in Honor of Daddy Yankee’s ‘Premios Lo Nuestro’ Night

Natti Natasha’s Double Life and 3 More Things You Don’t Know About Her Past

The Six “Dominican Yorkers” Behind Nike’s ‘De Lo Mio’ Campaign Share Their Inspirations