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BMI Podcast #5 Celebrates Diversity of Latin Music

Posted in News on October 18, 2005
The fifth release in BMI's podcast music series, See It Hear First™ - "Velo y Escuchalo Primero" - celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month by featuring four emerging songwriter/artists in the rock en espa?ol and Latin urban genres.

Consculluela Santo Nova

The ground-breaking podcast series is the first to feature four cutting-edge Latin artists: Consculluela, Santo Nova, David Rolas and Héctor Crisantes. These four represent the diversity of the Latin rock and urban genre movements, having been influenced by their familial heritage and musical up-bringing.

David Rolas Héctor Crisantes

Cosculluela was born in Humacao, Puerto Rico. His contribution to BMI Podcast #5 is "Vamos A Darle." Santo Nova (or Nova, as he likes to be called) is a native New Yorker of Dominican decent. His BMI Podcast selection is "Seduceme." Born to Mexican-American parents, David Rolas hails from south central Los Angeles. He is featured in BMI Podcast #5 performing "La Fiesta" from his new album, Tatuajes. Héctor Crisantes grew up in Nogales, AZ and Culican, Sinaloa (Mexico). On BMI Podcast #5, he performs "Gotas de Miel."

All editions of the BMI "See It Hear First" podcast series are available for downloading at bmi.com/podcast. They may also be downloaded on iTunes as part of Apple's free podcast directory at bmi.com/podcast/itunes.

Podcast listeners can vote for their favorite artists to help them win a CD duplication package from Disc Makers, the leading CD manufacturer for the independent musician that offers special packages exclusively for BMI affiliates.

SOURCENews TAGS Latin R&B / Hip-Hop Rock Feature