Tito Rojas, Legendary Puerto Rican Singer, dies at 65

The Puerto Rican music industry mourns the loss of one of its legendary artists. Tito Rojas, also known as “El Gallo Salsero”, died at the age of 65 from a suspected heart attack in the Tejus neighborhood of Humacao, Puerto Rico.

According to the reports, the beloved salsa star was found on Dec 26, 2020, lying on the floor of a balcony of a residence. Relatives called the Medics but it’s too late when they arrived and declared him dead afterward.

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“The Prom” star Arianna DeBose shares more of who she is in Netflix’s Musical Film

“The Prom” star and theater dancer and singer Arianna DeBose shares her experience in joining the cast of the film adaptation of The Prom musical.

Arianna DeBose is an Afro-Latina who started her stardom in the world of music and theater. She made her breakthrough when she joined the TV Series  So You Think You Can Dance in 2019. She also made an appearance in shows like Bring It On, Motown, Hamilton, A Bronx Tale The Musical, and a Tony-nominated turn in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical

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Miguel Baeza remains undefeated as UFC Puerto Rican Star

MMA Pro fighter Miguel Baeza proves nothing can stop him from conquering the stage of UFC. His recent fight with Takashi Sato concluded his record of 10-0 and became the first win on his career by submission. He also earned the title “Performance of the Night” bonus for the win.

Dana White commended the performance of Baeza and said he could be the newest Puerto Rican star. In 2019, the UFC president spoken of his interest in opening a Performance Institute in Puerto Rico. He now sees it as an excellent opportunity to establish the sport in Puerto Rico with Miguel Baeza.

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“Macho: The Hector Camacho Story”, a Documentary on Macho’s Battles Inside and Outside the Ring

Showtime Sports Documentary films will feature a work of Eric Drath, “Macho: The Hector Camacho Story”, a documentary of the rise, fall, and untimely death of one of boxing’s most unforgettable champions.

The 1980s gave way to the fame and stardom of the most talented and powerful boxers in the scene. There’s Mike Tyson, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Julio César Chávez, and Thomas Hearns to name a few. But in the middle of the decade, the name Hector “Macho” Camacho emerged and made its unforgettable mark in the history of professional boxing.

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Residente Maibock, Now Brewing in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican rapper ​​René Pérez Joglar also known as Residente proudly presents to the public his new beer, Residente Maibock. This is after the successful launching of his Cerveza Residente last June.

The press release last November 27, 2020, stated that Maibock is a medium-bodied lager with a clean finish on the palate. Also, the alcohol content of this locally made beer is around 6.5% to 7% alcohol content by volume (ABV).

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Miss Earth Puerto Rico Krystal Badillo Shines on Top 8 of Miss Earth 2020

 “Miss Eco Angel” Krystal Badillo shines as she placed herself in the Top 8 of Miss Earth 2020. The 25-year-old nurse proved the world of her wit and charm as she represented Puerto Rico for this year’s Miss Earth pageant.

Miss Earth 2020 coronation was held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic. From the meet and greet to the coronation night on November 29, 2020. James Deakin from the Philippines hosted the coronation night with FOXlife and TV5 which aired the show.

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Adam Gomez, the new Puerto Rican Senator of Massachusetts Senate

The battle for a Senate seat is a tough one but after months of consistent hard work, the efforts of Adam Gomez have finally paid off. He made a historic victory as the newest Puerto Rican elected to the Massachusetts Senate.

On a Democratic primary for Massachusetts State Senate on September 1, 2020, Adam Gomez defeated the five-year incumbent James Welch. In November, he won the general election in an uncontested race with 28,965 votes. 

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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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