Cynthia Vasquez, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
After falling a little behind the times, its smooth sounds are back to capture the ears and hearts of listeners.
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The singer changed the game for Latinx artists and now this upcoming biopic will give fans an even closer look at her infamous life.
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The artist addresses the HIV/AIDS crisis with his club nights, but not without some controversy from activist circles.
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The catchy tunes and Latin influence of this music sensation have everyone listening, dancing and wondering about this genre’s burst into the mainstream.
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