Puerto Rican Reggaeton artists, Felix Ortiz and Gabriel Pizarro, better known as the legendary group Zion Y Lennox, are finally releasing “Motivan2”—their first album together after the group inexplicably broke up. Now almost 15-years later, when the group was first introduced, the anticipated album and their latest single have once again captured the hearts of music fans all around the world. The duo talks to LatinTRENDS about reuniting, abstaining from themes like drugs and violence in their lyrics, and they even weigh in Puerto Rico’s economic troubles.
This month’s issue also brings an interview with another urban music phenomenon Mozart La Parra. His latest hit single “Si te Pego Cuerno,” featuring Farruko, has garnered more than 44 million hits on YouTube. Mozart not only answers questions about his interesting hairstyles and how he got his name, he also describes his rise from humble beginnings in Santo Domingo to being international music star.
He’s the smoking hot bad boy on Netflix’s Orange is The New Black—Berto Colon. Even though you can catch him in his new role on the HBO series “Show Me a Hero” this handsome 42–year-Latino doesn’t allow success and fame goes to his head.
September’s Cultura section gets close to the supernatural with Univision “Despierta America’s” Niño Prodigio, Victor Florencio. The fresh version of beloved Walter Mercado, El Niño Prodigio tells us the top reasons customers come in droves to visit his Bronx botanica.
Also in this section see our coverage on “Latinos in Vietnam.” LatinTRENDS talks to the director and producer of PBS’s documentary “On Two Fronts: Latinos in Vietnam,” Mylene Negron; plus veteran, scholar and author Dr. Jorge Mariscal for details.
This month’s issue also offers “Your Guide to The GOP’s Candidates,” and a close look at “Teen Entrepreneurs”, featuring teenage visionaries that have started and run their own business.
Is this the generation that ends smoking? What exactly is Integrative Health? What is the psychology behind junk food consumption? LatinTRENDS answers these questions, exploring new frontiers in health and wellness.
It’s Hispanic Heritage month and this September issue features progressive facts on the US Hispanic community, along with the history of Hispanic Heritage and various celebrations and events taking place. LatinTRENDS will kick off Hispanic heritage month with a private event that will celebrate Hispanic heritage & game changers from New York to the world on September 15th. The event will be co-hosted by September issue cover personalities & Reggaeton super stars Zion y Lennox. Event attended by bloggers, artist, entrepreneurs, influencers of the community, professionals of diverse fields, media and local celebrities. Event is sponsored by Absolut, Ford and Inka Cola.
This issue, also has; 10 Latino fashion designers you need to know; and how to party like a local in Miami, with an inside look at Miami’s legendary nightlife and its parties.
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