"Latin Music Queens" will let us know better the three Latin music superstars, Thalia, Sofia Reyes, and Farina, as they come together to reveal intimate stories about their professional life and release new music.

The Mottola Company Inc.produced a series with Tommy Mottola as executive producer, as per HOLA. Along with eOne and Sony Music Latin, Tara Long, Mark Herwick, Alex Gallardo, Afo Verde, Alex Davies, Melissa Bidwell, Thalia is also the executive producer. Thalia is also known as the 'Queen of Latin Pop' and is one of the most successful female solo Mexican artists internationally.

Meanwhile, Sofia Reyes is a successful singer and songwriter at the age of 24-years-old only. She has been nominated twice to the Latin American Music Awards, Latin GRAMMYs, MTV Europe Music Awards, Premios Juventud, and many others. Sofia Reyes has more than two billion global streams and more than one billion views on YouTube.

On the other hand, from a long line of singers and composers, Farina's music has inherited since her family's birth. Farina's eclectic heritage of Caribbean, Chinese, Arabic, and Andean descendants is attributed to her physical features and her distinct influence on her sound and style. She set herself apart from many of her contemporaries.

'Latin Music Queens' will premiere on September 24 at 6 PM PT. You may also watch new episodes every Thursday at 6 PM PT on Facebook Watch exclusively. Facebook Watch offers broad range of content from original shows to creators to trending topics like sports, entertainment, beauty, and more.

Thalia posted on Instagram to promote her latest single

In a clip, Thalia said, "This is for you," and talked about losing her father when she was only six years old. 'Latin Music Queens' is an original series that also costars Thalia's collaborators Sofia Reyes and Farina.

Mega fans of Thalia will want to tune into Facebook Watch at 9 PM Thursday.

The Mexican pop star, 49, will appear in an original series called "Latin Music Queens," and she will reportedly be sharing "intimate" parts of her life.

"Latin Music Queens" coincides with other Thalia music news: The mother of two teamed up with the group Human(x) for the bilingual song "Pa' La Cultura, which celebrates diversity and calls for the unity of Latinos. Last week the video dropped and featured many music stars, including David Guetta, Zion, De La Ghetto, and Lennox. "Todos Somos Igual Aqui [We're all equal here]. You see what you want to see. Todo el Mundo brincando [everybody jumping], this is the place to be." Thalia appears in a pool, licks her lips, and waves the Mexican flag.

Thalia posted a racy photo on Instagram of her wearing wings, one-legged pants, and furry boots, and a backdrop of Mexico City to promote her single. Mottola supported Thalia's post with fire emojis. Thalia's single "Pa' La Cultura" is 100% dedicated to the National Day Laborer Organizing Network to help immigrants affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Mexican popstar, 49, and her partner Tommy Mottola recently bought an $8 million condo at the Four Seasons residences in Surfside in May.

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