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Managing the Latin explosion: Rebeca León Q&A

Managing the Latin explosion: Rebeca León Q&A | Latin Music Impact | Scoop.it
IQ talks to famed Latin music manager Rebeca León about Latin’s greatest stars and her career to date”
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This article is a Q&A with the manager to one of the biggest Latin stars in recent years, J Balvin. It talks about her personal path in the managing world and some of the challenges she runs into. I believe the source, IQ magazine, holds validity, even though there wasn’t much information about the specific author.
Paige hodges's curator insight, August 25, 2019 7:43 PM
IQ article source for relevant interviews in music.
Discussion of the relevance of Latin music and lack of it in main stream. I love that Latin music is coming to pop radio and appreciate the intention of manager Rebecca Leon.
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Latin Music Explosion On The Hot 100: How It Happened, and Why It Will Continue

Latin Music Explosion On The Hot 100: How It Happened, and Why It Will Continue | Latin Music Impact | Scoop.it
There are more Latin songs than ever in the Hot 100. Why, and what's next?

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Gabriel Rodriguezs insight:
In this article, shared by Billboard magazine, the author shares some insight into the impact Latin music is making on the billboard hot 100 and what the future may hold. With numerous urban artists being featured in the Hot 100, reggaeton, a genre that’s growing at an exponential level, will more than likely continue to have a presence on the charts for the foreseeable future.
Emmanuel Jimenez's comment, November 12, 2018 9:18 PM
Again, billboard is back at it in telling everyone that the music industry is here to stay. I just don't like that they seem to only have there chosen few they liked to expose. I know its all about the money. Its very credible information they putting out on the explosion the latin music community is having, " They are billboard". This is a great way to make every genre aware of their progress. Music & audio producers need updates like theses, to stay on top of there work and brief artists on where to improve if they want to be in the billboards.
GhouLa's curator insight, June 26, 2019 8:56 PM
Spanish growth is mostly thanks to streaming. This past year a lot of  Spanish tracks and artists coexisted on the Hot 100 in Billboard charts and now there is always latin artists in top 10. 
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Rockstar Games Music Soundtrack | Red Bull Games

Rockstar Games Music Soundtrack | Red Bull Games | Latin Music Impact | Scoop.it
From DJ games to DJs in games, we look at how Rockstar changed the way we think about video game soundtracks.

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Gabriel Rodriguezs insight:
In this article the author runs through the many ways Rockstar Games uses music in their games. They’ve done things never before seen in video games, giving players a wide range of influence to choose from. There is no specific information on the author, which I found odd, but Red Bull is a reputable company that’s always seemed very involved with sports, games, and much more. This makes me trust the information.
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Managing the Latin explosion: Rebeca León Q&A

Managing the Latin explosion: Rebeca León Q&A | Latin Music Impact | Scoop.it
IQ talks to famed Latin music manager Rebeca León about Latin’s greatest stars and her career to date”
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Gabriel Rodriguezs insight:
This article is a Q&A with the manager to one of the biggest Latin stars in recent years, J Balvin. It talks about her personal path in the managing world and some of the challenges she runs into. I believe the source, IQ magazine, holds validity, even though there wasn’t much information about the specific author.
Paige hodges's curator insight, August 25, 2019 7:43 PM
IQ article source for relevant interviews in music.
Discussion of the relevance of Latin music and lack of it in main stream. I love that Latin music is coming to pop radio and appreciate the intention of manager Rebecca Leon.
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Latin Music Revenue Growing By Double Digits, Says RIAA –

Latin Music Revenue Growing By Double Digits, Says RIAA – | Latin Music Impact | Scoop.it
Thanks to exceptional streaming numbers, Latin music revenue boasted 18 percent growth in 2018

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Gabriel Rodriguezs insight:
In this article the author shares data about the high number Latin artists have generated in recent years, more specifically in the United States in 2018. Reggaeton became a worldwide phenomenon and it’s still growing. Rolling Stone magazine is a staple of the music industry and has been for decades. It’s reliability is to be trusted in my opinion.
Tiffany S's curator insight, May 23, 2019 9:25 PM
Latin music has been very popular over the years, but it is very interesting to see that an increase has shown from last year. This article is very reliable because it's from the source RIAA. The music industry is of course very diverse, so for latin music's revenue to be showing a growth it is very beneficial.
Tal Bill's curator insight, July 28, 2019 7:26 PM
The impact that streaming services have on music is best exemplified by this article. The fact that the Latin Music genre has seen increased sales thanks to streaming services is a good indication that streaming is an invaluable technology. Suzy Exposito is listed as the reporter for this article. The article is listed on Rolling Stone; a reputable magazine with over 50 years of tenure in the music industry. This also makes Rolling Stone a major informational resource.
Brandon Thorpe's curator insight, February 23, 3:34 PM
This is great news for starting Latin artists, this gives them a chance to put their music out on known streaming companies because of the in the Latin streaming music 
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Latin Music Boom Here To Stay

Latin Music Boom Here To Stay | Latin Music Impact | Scoop.it

"After achieving dominance in 2017, the Latin music wave breaking through into the mainstream has showed no signs of stopping. Here we look at the timeline of Latin music's economic boom."


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Gabriel Rodriguezs insight:
In this 2017 article, the author shares data about the impact of Latin artists, specifically urban artist in the mainstream media, and how they’ve moved up the charts. Some of the artist mentioned are still leading the charts to this day. This article was reposted from a source with verifiable information.
Destiny Acevedo's curator insight, November 11, 2018 9:47 PM
This article gives great examples and insight to the Latin music industry. I believe Latin music has always been a widely talked about topic. Most people enjoy the culture and the music.