Men’s clothing company, Psycho Bunny launches 2022 Color Outside the Lines Charity Fashion Campaign in New York City to celebrate young artists and creative freedom.
Exclusive: Nicky Jam talks New Music and Working On ‘Tom & Jerry’ [Video]
Have you ever seen the classic cartoon, Tom and Jerry? Well, the hit cartoon is turning into a movie and Latin superstar, Nicky Jam is apart of the voiceover cast!
The live music capital of the world, also known as Austin, Texas, never seems to fail us when it comes to throwing amazing parties. This past weekend, ‘Austin Elevates‘ presented by Thomas J. Henry brought incredible performances by G-Eazy, Daddy Yankee, Kygo and 88Glam. This free event benefited local nonprofit organizations such as The SAFE Alliance, Superhero Kids and St. David’s Foundation Community Fund.
Exclusive: Farruko and Sharo Towers Talk HBO Latino’s Latest Musical Documentary ‘Farruko: En Letra de Otro’ [Video]
Reggaeton artist, Farruko and producer Sharo Towers talk about their latest musical documentary, Farruko: En Letra de Otro, that is set to premiere on HBO Latino August 23rd.
Cinematographer Reinaldo Ortiz on The Future of Venezuelan Visual Art, Bad Bunny’s, ‘Si Estuvièsemos Juntos,’ And Ozuna Collaborations
Venezuelan cinematographer, Reinaldo Ortiz, has longtime developed shining picturesque moments of A-list Latinx musicians. From Daddy Yankee, Cardi B, Maluma, to Ozuna — his direction on photography is curated to each chart-toppers’ vision and distributed globally for fans to enjoy.
Daddy Yankee has partnered with Deezer, a music streaming service, to support emerging artists with Latin roots.
This Labor Day weekend, Scoreboard reviews summer ’17 on the charts, including a milestone set by “Despacito”
Charts this week feature Harry Styles’s debut album and a new release from country’s Zac Brown Band
This week Bruno Mars earns his seventh Billboard Hot 100 #1, Kendrick Lamar stays atop the Artist 100, and Incubus has the biggest new album
Tuesday, August 30th – I had the pleasure of meeting one half of Dallas based production duo and real-life brothers Play N Skillz at a private dinner in their honor at Sofrito’s in East Harlem.