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Leader of the Pack: The Beats & Blends of Toy Selectah

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From MusicWorld, posted 9.06.11 Tribal guarachero, moombathon, raverton, dembow. If these words mean nothing to you, you are obviously not hip to the coolest emergent beats in the Latin urban music scene. But we’ll forgive you. What we won’t forgive is your lacuna when it comes to the mega-talented producer, remixer and innovator Toy… Read more...


Ceci Bastida

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From MusicWorld, posted 9.05.07 Unsigned Indie Artist Ceci Bastida was born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico. At the age of 15, she joined Tijuana NO as a lead vocalist, keyboardist and songwriter and became one of the first women to rise in the ranks of Latin rock. One of Mexico’s most important ska-punk bands… Read more...


Latin Rap Conference Set for L.A.

From News, posted 6.27.07 The Latin Rap Conference, the first industry conference focusing primarily on Latin hip-hop, urban, and reggaeton, will be held for the first time in Los Angeles, September 12-14, 2007 at the famous Hyatt on Sunset and selected Sunset Strip nightspots. LRC… Read more...


BMI to Present Diverse Array of Music at SXSW

From News, posted 2.24.05 BMI will once again present three music showcases during the upcoming SXSW Music and Media Conference being held March 16-20 in Austin, Texas. Admittance to the BMI shows on March 16, 17 and 18 will be by SXSW badges and wristbands only, with a limited amount… Read more...


BMI Toasts Latin Grammy Nominees

From News, posted 8.30.04 BMI hosted a champagne reception last night (8/31) in honor of its 2004 Latin Grammy nominees at Le Clafoutis restaurant in Los Angeles. Co-sponsors of the event included Heineken, Sirius Satellite Radio and Taittinger champagne. Beverages were provided by Bacardi, Baffert’s, Cazadores and Kettle One. Stars in… Read more...


Latin Grammy Nods Spotlight BMI Artists

From News, posted 7.21.04 CafĂ© Tacuba's Emmanuel Del Real leads the list of BMI songwriter/artists nominated for the 5th Annual Latin Grammy Awards with five nods, it was announced recently at a press conference in Los Angeles. The ceremony, set for Sept. 1 at LA's Shrine Auditorium, will be broadcast live on… Read more...