Seven iconic Latin music artists were awarded with the Latin Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award, plus two industry veterans received the Trustees Award during the celebratory event last night.
Mercury Rev announces Bobbie Gentry tribute album The Delta Sweete Revisited will be out Feb. 2019 with an array of guest female vocalists.
Having toured the U.S. in summer 2018, Monsta X is returning to the U.S. for iHeartRadio Jingle Ball performances of their all-English single "Shoot Out."
The musician and producer will bring his Latin-inspired electro/experimental music on a world tour with indie group Beirut, in support of his upcoming sixth studio album.
Now more than ever artists are becoming concerned with how their shows look on social media timelines. While millennials agree that stage design matters, the story is a little more complicated.
The Biggest Night In Latin Music is just around the corner on Nov. 15, and as anticipation builds, the latest announcement adds even more artists to an already star-studded presenters list.
An extraordinary year for music introduced classic tracks and included first-time GRAMMY wins for Dr. Dre and Toni Braxton.
The last few years have seen a huge rise in Latin artists thanks to YouTube and streaming platforms. Now artists seeing a boost in touring in parts of Europe thanks to the wave.
The music streaming company's latest offering has launched and is ready to suck you into its engine to discover what podcasts you like and keep you listening.
The world has shown it is ready to spice up their lives, as hundreds of thousands of fans rushed to buy tickets over the weekend, breaking Ticketmaster UK's records and (thankfully) causing four more dates to be added.
Lasso is Facebook's latest bid to become a sharing reflex with young users, allowing extensive visual enhancements and the ability to add hit songs to clips' soundtracks.
Marley is ready to help you "feel reggae's positive vibrations" as he announces the full lineup for his fifth annual cruise, set to jam out and take sail to Jamaica on Dec. 1.
It's been four years since the musician's last solo release, and while fans will have to wait a little longer to hear the whole album, they can purchase tickets for the tour on Friday.
Nominated for five Latin GRAMMYs, meet the artist who is getting noticed for her striking blend of new and old, flamenco and electro-pop, and tells the world: "I don't want to lose my roots. I think that's what gives you your identity."