Here are the 100 pop songs that pulled us closer in 2016. (Note: Songs were considered eligible for this list if they were either released in 2016 or peaked on the Hot 100 during that time — unless they already appeared on our 2015 list.
Visualizate, the new album by the Cuban duo Gente de Zona, which debuted at the No. 1 slot on Billboard ... Industry (IFPI), the global recording industry raked in $15 billion in 2015, a 3.2 percent rise from 2014 and the highest amount since 2009.
New reggaeton hits released just last week blend with Nigerian pop from the 70s and the native sounds of champeta. Lasers, deafening pitch-shifted DJ drops, copious rum and cheap bottles of the light local Aguila suds all add to the intensity. Late nights.
Seems like Universal Music (both artists’ record label) is amidst negotiations between Elton John and El Divo de Juarez, Juan Gabriel, who has invited the British crooner to join forces for his upcoming album, “Amor eterno.” Reportedly, Elton John.
Meanwhile, crossover star Enrique Iglesias, Cuban singer-songwriter Descemer Bueno and Cuban reggaeton group Gente de Zona took home song of the year honors for "Bailando," an international hit that peaked at No. 12 on Billboard's Hot 100. Heading into the.
Summer — when music is released from a caveman-like existence in so many dreary basement bars in order to bask in the fleeting New England sunlight. There are countless outdoor summer music events accessible to Boston-area residents, and some of them are.
There are few solo music artists today who can sell out arenas around the world. Romeo Santos, the bachata star who will play two shows at the Toyota Center this week, is one of them. “I’m doing what artists like Beyoncé are doing in terms of.
Mannheim Road, Rosemont: Latin-pop/reggaeton. $99-$139. On sale noon Friday ... Sandra Antongiorgi with ESSO Afrojam Funkbeat, Pecados de Maria, DJ Cqqchifruit: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph St., Chicago: Afrobeat.
Memories of a school disco when nobody asked ... to the street-art-muralled Callejon de Hamel, for its weekly outdoor rumba festival, all dreadlocked hair flicking and quick-paced drums. I even witnessed a spot of reggaeton – which is fast supplanting.