Latin Notes is a weekly news digest compiled by Billboard's Latin publishers about new music, videos, concert announcements, and what Latin artists are doing in the entertainment world.
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Farruko and Paloma Mami Perform on Pandora's Wrist
On Wednesday, December 4, Pandora Live El Pulso returned to the Academy in Los Angeles, California, where Farruko and Paloma Mami presented their best hits to all Pandora listeners who enjoyed the free event. Farruko received a Pandora Billionaire card for having over one billion streams on the platform.
Bad Bunny Announces Shows in Puerto Rico
2019's best Latin Billboard artist, Bad Bunny, announced his return to the Puerto Rico Coliseum. Bad Bunny will perform on May 11-12. And according to the caption, fans will know who the real Benito Antonio Martinez is, because no one knows him … yet. Watch his video.
New collaboration between Resident, Guaynaa and Marshmello
Resident, Guaynaa and Marshmello made a surprise Instagram post. They shared a photo announcing that a new song is coming. Music will be the first collaboration between the artists. Even though there are no details on the release date, the song may surprise us before the end of the year.
Create music group signs first-order Latin and hip hop music label for global distribution agreement
Create Music Group has announced that it has signed First Order Music for a global distribution agreement. Headquartered in South Florida, First Order Music is led by Spiff Tv, which has worked with artists such as Rick Ross, J Balvin, Meek Mills, DJ Khaled, Yandel and Daddy Yankee, among others. “Create Music Group is changing the game in music. They have the technology platforms and the teams behind them to maximize each stream, regardless of platform, something I'm already seeing in our first release, ”Spiff Tv said in a press release.
Urban artist Juhn sings with Interscope Records
Puerto Rican urban artist Juhn has signed a contract with Interscope Records under his management team The Golden Army. The company is run by Jonathan Gandarilla and Santana, the producer. The artist wasted no time and released his first song Rainy Days (with Lenny Tavarez) to celebrate the milestone.