On Monday, TIDAL hosted their annual benefit concert at Barclays Center in NYC and this year the streaming service has teamed up with Rock The Vote. As the 2020 elections draw closer and closer, big companies everywhere are making it a priority to urge Americans to get educated and registered to vote.
Exclusive: Becky G On Identifying Latinx Genres, Her A-List Collaborations & Mainstream Representation
Humility is a quality that is often removed from chart-topping artistry.
Still, on a balmy summer afternoon, Becky G, the Mexican-American singer, actress, and spokesmodel is stretching her itinerary as far as she can to accommodate New York’s 103.5 KTU radio station. Sitting pretty on hits like, “Mayores” featuring Bad Bunny, “Sin Pijama” with Natti Natasha, and “La Repuesta,” with Maluma — the Inglewood-born songstress challenges the mainstream’s notion of what American music is.
Becky G has even grown to be a fan favorite on the English-language iHeartRadio station. As KTU’s personnel questions whether or not she wants to meet outside with additional press, Becky G cheers, “let’s do it!” Already prepared for the heat, Becky G sweeps her ponytail back, as she adjusts herself to take the carpet, giving her makeup a quick double-take. Soon lightbulbs flash, and questions about her Premios Juventud statues and the Latin American Music Awards flood her.
Visibly maintaining her “Becky from The Block” aesthetic, the singer dons a baggy golden tracksuit and matching sneakers. Her entourage hoovers, understandably protective of the starlet. But Becky G’s demeanor is warm and sincere towards each event affiliate she interacts with. And amid the #KTUphoria commotion, Becky G connected with The Knockturnal to discuss Latinx genre labels, the power in her bilingual verses, and her solutions to the “lack of opportunity and acknowledgment” within música urbana.
iHeartMedia’s 103.5 WKTU radio station’s #KTUphoria Hypnotizes with The Chainsmokers, Becky G, Bebe Rexha, Ellie Goulding & More
iHeartMedia‘s 103.5 WKTU radio station in New York kicked the summer off with its annual dance party and concert event, #KTUphoria 2019, alongside the evening’s presenter, Pepsi, on Saturday, June 15, at 6:30 p.m.
NYC – The Museum of Feelings presented by Glade, opened on Monday, November 23rd, 2015 is a new approach to the idea of ‘museum’, with highly curated, multi-sensory ’emotional experiences’.
One of the hottest young Latina singers has released the music video for her new song “Lovin’ So Hard.”