Kany Garcia with Multiple Nominations in 2020 Latin Grammy Awards

The 2020 Latin Grammy Awards is a much-awaited event this year. Performances will be from different countries to this year’s theme, “Music Makes Us Human”. Everybody is rooting for their favorite artist and one of them is the most nominated female singer, Kany Garcia.

The Puerto Rican singer is nominated for the categories Record of the Year and Song of the Year for the song “Lo Que en Ti Veo” with artist Nahuel Pennisi. She is also a nominee in the Tropical Song category for her song “Búscame”. 

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Bravas Series: YouTube Originals fresh release set in Puerto Rico

For the first time, YouTube Originals features a Spanish-language show, BRAVAS series, set in the lively streets of Puerto Rico. Created and produced by Cinema Giants, Bravas highlights the culture and music industry of Latin America.

The story of the eight episode series revolves around three young female artists, Mila , Ashley and Roja, who form a group called La Milagrosa and follow their passion in music. In finding their own place in the world, they learn they have to overcome their past and join their voices no matter what it takes.

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Rapper Cyrus the God: The Puerto Rican Artist to Watch

The industry of Hip Hop has become a mix of various promising artists, not just in the mainstream but also in independent scenes. Expressing music based on experiences, full of raw emotions in their own form, and artistry. 

What makes Hip Hop more interesting is the rise of Latino rappers over the years. Their success inspired other Latino rappers, including the Puerto Rican rising star, Cyrus the God.

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MalaCara’s Musical Short Expounds on the Everyday Struggle of Being in Quarantine in Puerto Rico

Everything about Puerto Rican rapper MalaCara’s latest collaborative short, musical film, Toque de Queda en Macondo, is real. Except, of course, that Macondo doesn’t really exist—it’s a fictional city imagined by Gabriel García Márquez, best known for its appearance in his book, One Hundred Years of Solitude. But today, says MalaCara, nee Nelson Monterola Trinidad, Puerto Rico feels more than ever like that fantastical, yet tragic place.

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