At only 16, J.D. Natasha has created an impressive body of work, including an album that is sure to change the course of contemporary pop music. She possesses natural talents for singing and songwriting, priming her for international stardom.
Miami-based Cuban-American singer-songwriter Jorge Moreno has had a privileged introduction to the Latin music scene. Moreno grew up listening to Cuban, British, and American music, melding these influences into a sonic stew.
Algorithm are as complex as the human experience. They compose songs about anything and everything under the sun. Many say they're ultra-political or radical, when, in fact, they're just telling the truth as they see it.
Hailing from Miami, Florida, the five members of Glasseater come together in a refreshing fusion of pop-punk and hardcore. However, attaching a label to Glasseater is not easy since their style is so magnificently melodic and comfortably aggressive.
Volumen Cero is Luis Tamblay (vocals/bass), Marthin Chan (guitar) and Fernando Sanchez (drums). The bicultural trio from Miami, Florida delivers unpretentious alterna-rock, coupled with powerful live performances.
Ivy Queen was born in 1972 in Aņasco, Puerto Rico, and so her musical life ensued. It took her until 1998 to cement her status as the Queen of Reggaeton, when she collaborated with Wyclef Jean on her second album, "The Original Rude Girl".
Featured on their full length album, "Spam Allstars Contra Los Robotiocs Mutantes", Spam Allstars blend improvisational electronic elements and turntables with Latin, funk, hip-hop, and dub to create a sound that is unique.