Tagged: country: colombia
Here lies history. Buried by the YAM Magazine team for the 2012 End of the World.
Esteman’s debut album might exceed anyone’s expectation with his mix of pop and slight electronic influences all into a flavorful Latin wrap, swiftly singing back and forth in Spanish, English and French with the best of the new Colombian music scene… without ever forgetting the incomparable Andrea Echeverri, of course.
Mettel Ray is having a Movie Alphabet blogathon! So I thought it’d be fun to participate with my own mix… which proved to be varied. I wonder… will you find any surprise?
Rodrigo and Amy talk about Psy’s Gangman Style, but the conversation differs wilder than the plots and characterization for Glee, The Newsroom, and True Blood combined.
The London 2012 Olympics are about to start in a couple of hours, despite its many complaints. xD
The Lima Film Festival is at it again, celebrating Latin American films with the 16th edition of the event, set to start on August 3rd and run through August 11th in Lima, Peru.
Colombian Juanes joins 123UnoDosTres for Point of View, a backstage look going beyond your regular backstage pass to explore Juanes in a way you’ve never experienced him before.
Juanes is really not unfamiliar to this strong Latin sound in his music, but it’s more evident in this performance thanks to Juan Luis Guerra’s arrangements and overall take-over as a producer.
In honor of this week’s Juanes MTV Unplugged Latino show, which includes a pretty darn awesome duet of Juanes with Brazil’s Paula Fernandes and their song Hoy Me Voy, Rodrigo and I picked our Top10 Favorite MTV Unplugged Latino Duets… for like, EVER.
Before Colombian Juanes was asking God, he told us to look where we’re stepping~