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 They may also be downloaded on iTunes as part of Apple's free podcast directory at

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.

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