The Latin Music Revolution: A Soul of a Nation Presentation

“The Latin Music Revolution” will showcase how the fusions, rhythms and sounds have deep roots in Latin and Caribbean cultures and communities and celebrate the power of music that builds a connection among people everywhere, with insight from Edgar Barrera, songwriter and producer; Leila Cobo, vice president at Billboard and author of “Decoding Despacito: An Oral History of Latin Music”; Erika Ender, singer-songwriter and prolific composer who co-wrote the worldwide hit “Despacito”; Jennifer Mota, a Dominican American multimedia journalist; Katelina “Gata” Eccleston, reggaeton historian and music critic; AJ Ramos, artist relations manager at YouTube; and Vanessa Diaz, Ph.D., co-creator of the “Bad Bunny Syllabus Project.”

“The Latin Music Revolution: A Soul of a Nation Presentation” airs Friday, Sept. 15, at 8:00 p.m. EDT, next day on Hulu.

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