Isabela Moner just released a new song.
The 17-year-old actress/singer teamed up with Latin superstar Sebastian Yatra for a hot new ballad “My Only One”
Isabela released her debut album Stopping Time back in 2015.
Camila Cabello is taking fans back to "Havana" with a one-take video of her dance scene featured in the song's music video.
"this is an unedited never before seen one take of the dance break we did for the Havana video!!!" the singer wrote on Instagram Saturday (July 21). "i almost didn’t wanna post it because I wasn’t trained as a professional dancer and I only see what I could’ve done better when I look at videos of myself, i started dancing really a few years ago and until then I always said in interviews that I had two left feet HAHA."
"but since I started dancing it’s made a huge difference in my confidence and how I express myself and it makes me feel like I could kill a man with my heels on. i love it and I love the way it makes me feel," Cabello said.
She added that she's "super proud of this part of the video" and decided to post it in celebration of "Havana" recently being nominated for video of the year and best choreography at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards.
Alejandra Guzman has been confirmed as a coach for the first season of La Voz (The Voice), Telemundo announced on Thursday morning (July 5). The Mexican singer joins Luis Fonsi and two more coaches, who are yet to be announced.
"It is a great honor to be a Coach of this prestigious singing competition that will allow us to witness the discovery of La Voz," Guzman said in a statement. "I'm ready to win!"
Auditions for this first season of La Voz continue for people 18 and older in New York (July 7); Chicago (July 14), San Antonio (July 21) and Miami (July 28). For more information, visit www.lavozcasting.com.
La Voz is a Telemundo, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television production. It's created by John de Mol, who is in charge of executive production with Cisco Suarez (for Telemundo), Stijn Bakkers (Talpa), Tim van Rongen (Talpa) and Macarena Moreno (Telemundo).
La temporada 6 de la exitosa serie de Netflix Orange Is the New Black comenzará el 27 de julio. Mientras tanto, nuestra "reclusa" vestida de naranja favorita, Jackie Cruz, que interpreta a Flaca en el programa, ha estado ocupada en su modo alter ego. , cultivando su carrera musical.
“The music is my own separate thing [from Orange Is the New Black],"dice Cruz, quien el mes pasado lanzó su primer sencillo, "La Hora Loca", una mezcla bilingüe de mambo, rap y boogaloo que es muy divertido. La canción rinde homenaje a las raíces dominicanas de Cruz de muchas maneras. La "hora loca" se refiere a la tradición latina de revivir fiestas después de la medianoche con un jolgorio de carnaval.
Pero la canción también es una oda a la familia de Cruz, comenzando con la primera llamada: "¡Melba! ¡Traeme el café! (¡Melba, tráeme mi café!) "Está destinado a ser el abuelo de Cruz, quien todas las tardes le gritaba a su abuela Melba y le pedía su café.
“It’s an homage to my abuela Melba. She would work all day, and he would still ask her for her coffee. I remember being 4 years old and hearing him. And she always got him the coffee. She defended him until he died.”
It’s personal, says Cruz.
“I know I’m fly. I have money. Right now, I need someone with the same mentality.”
Cruz encontró a alguien en Feefa, su productor de música, y ella dice que la ayudó a encontrar su sonido.
“He sat me in a room as big as a closet , and we just listened to music. He started coming up with beats, and slowly and surely we started to create the sound.”
El sonido girará en muchas direcciones; el siguiente single, "Sweet 16", es una balada de blues, por ejemplo.
“I don’t feel like I belong anywhere, so I want to make music for the kids like me,” says Cruz. “I want to make bilingual music. I really don’t want to say, 'What’s my genre?' My genre is my life. Everything is going to blend well but will also describe who I am and what I grew up listening to.”
En cuanto a la abuela Melba, todavía está muy cerca. "Estoy tratando de meterla en el video", dice Cruz con una sonrisa.
Mira "La Hora Loca" aquí: