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Composer and singer Sech is reclaiming the Panamanian space in urbano music and co-signed by major artists like Nicky Jam and J Balvin. His debut album, Sueños, is a fusion of urban and smooth synth melodies.
The Met Gala was not only the biggest night in fashion, but also the biggest night for big hair. Stars like Ciara and Lupita Nyong’o ruled the event with their empowering Afro-curl hairstyles, which added a 1970s appeal to the glamorous night.
J Balvin and Bad Bunny, urban artists dominating international airwaves, will always be in debt to the reggaetón pioneers like Daddy Yankee, Ivy Queen and Don Omar. Here are a few classics to revisit now.  
Julian Castro is known as the “Latino Obama,” the candidate with immigrant roots and American dreams. Get to know this candidate, whose Latinx name sticks out in a crowded field.
No WiFi, no problem. A trip to Cuba forced our group to disconnect, contemplate our two-dimensional social media lives and embrace interpersonal communication.
The natural hair movement scores another victory as the stunner from Connecticut becomes the first black woman to win the pageant wearing unstraightened hair.
Amanda Alcántara’s Chula is made up short stories, journal entries and musically influenced poems that reflect her personal struggles as well as Caribbean identity.
Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Sech, Bad Bunny and Farruko all dropped fresh beats for the early summer. Here’s what to listen to now.
Dominican-American actress Jackie Cruz gets emotional as she shares the traumatic events that influenced her new song “Melly 16,” her excitement on becoming a face for Kat Von D Beauty and her initiative to create space for more Latinx in Hollywood.
Colombian-American actress Sofia Carson is a celeb of all trades. From movies, fashion shows, making music, and now starring on TV as Ava Jalali. The “Love Is the Name” singer shared with CHICA how her Colombian background influences her character’s wardrobe and more.