Yes! The world is starved for smart conversation about the range of expressions coming out of Latin America, US Latinos and those the culture touches (eh hem, EVERYONE!) in the Digital Age. There’s a lot of confu$ion around “Latin Music” as brands hunger to target “Latino Millennials” like we saw in 2014 and undoubtedly will see 2015…
But we all know this: The future is brown & black.
Thanks for this dialogue Wondering Sound and players:
Suzy Exposito is a staff writer for MTV Iggy and illustrator for Rookie Mag.
Isabela Raygoza is an Assistant Editor at MTV Iggy.
Carlos Reyes is the founding editor of Club Fonograma.
Julianne Escobedo Shepherd is the Culture Editor at Jezebel, a staff writer at Rookie Mag, and a professor of music writing at New York University.
Alexis Stephens is an urban economics fellow at Next City with bylines on MTV Iggy, SPIN and Rolling Stone.
On that note, here’s some other great end-of-year lists you can check out:
CLUB FONOGRAMA [list]
REMEZCLA [songs, videos, breakout artists]
SOUNDS & COLOURS [list]
ROLLING STONE’s 40 RAP ALBUMS [list]
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