Several stars have been confirmed to perform at the award show which celebrates Latin music.*****
HBO is set to unveil its latest documentary, "The Latin Explosion: A New Experience," which aims to capture the history of prominent Latinos in US history.*****
Prince Royce has been on a roll lately and it's only getting better! His song "Back It Up" just hit number one on iTunes Music Latin Chart, he rocked "American Idol" Season 14 with a performance of the song with Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull, and he's also teamed up with Sprint's Executive Chief Officer Marcelo Claure, (whom Latin Post spoke with in an exclusive interview) to help Latino youth. Now, he's gearing up to present at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards this Sunday, along with some of the best in the industry.*****
Where else can you find a medley of edgy and creative artists from Anthrax, Snoop Dogg to Method Man, who sample music from the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series "Game of Thrones Season 4" soundtrack? Why the "Catch the Throne: The Mixtape Vol. 2" of course!*****
Bachata singer and Aventura collaborator Lynx, otherwise known as Ralphy Mata, released his first album, "Dosis de Mí" on Nov. 25. Mata also shared his desire to change the traditional genre as a Latino millennial, as well as a heartfelt thank you letter to his fans with Latin Post.*****
While most bachata songs are typically about love and heartache, "Somos Uno," which was released Aug. 12, tackles a sensitive topic that's uncommon in the bachata genre.*****
Here are nine great pictures of the telenovela star.*****
A lot happened this week. Here's what you may have missed.*****
Here's what your favorite Latino celebrities were up to this week.*****
You can start voting for your favorite artists now!*****
Prince Royce wishes he didn't have to pick what children went home on the singing competition show "La Voz Kids."*****
Read this recap. You'll feel as though you watched it.*****
Billboard Latin Music Awards 2014 finalists have been announced and Bachata star Romeo Santos of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent, leads the pack of talented Latin artists with 17 nominations in 14 categories. Following Santos is Dominican singer-songwriter Prince Royce and longtime Puerto Rican salsa giant Marc Anthony are close behind with 16 and 15, respectively, according to Billboard.
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