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Girlz Talk

In a genre historically dominated by males, the bachata industry has acquired the perfect touch of femininity, which has been long awaited. GIRLZTALK is the prevalent female bachata group creating frenzy amongst its widespread audience. While the group has been formed since 2008, the dynamic duo of Marlyn Jimenez and Judy Santos have dominated individually …

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Elson

From the Boogie-Down Bronx, Nelson Negrón brings a different dish to the table. A musician and vocalist, his diversity of styles melds into the colorful mold that is elsón. His alter ego “Elsón” emerged from his “Urban Son Infused Style.” A multi-instrumentalist, song writer and producer, he plays piano, guitar, drums, bass and the Puerto …

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Chito Rock

In the street of New York, a rising star is born “Chitorock”. The journey be-gan with a microphone that has led to the studio and stage. They say that “imitation is the greatest form of flattery”; but that’s too easy. Chitorock studied various Latino artists, includ-ing one of his favorite singer’s “Arania Camilo” to create …

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Bachata Real

Lead Singer, Song Writer, Composer and Bass player, Jay Garcia was born in Brooklyn, New York. Jay was one of the main artist in Bachata sensation Grupo Xtreme in 2004. After a year with Xtreme Jay decided to move to Tampa, Florida. In Florida, Jay performed and recorded with music groups like Baby Boy, Bachata …

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4 Ever

Their style is unique-Their voices can’t be compared-Their shows leave people talking. Who are they? They are Inoel, Delvis, Eidan, Luis or better know as 4EVER. These 4 young Puerto Ricans  have conquered the hearts of the Latin Public through their Bachatas. In such a short time they have brought their music all over the …

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Raw Leiba

Raw Leiba was born in New Jersey to a Brazilian mother and an African American/Native American father. His father  was a US Army veteran and served with the famed Tuskegee Airmen in WWII. After playing both football and basketball at Arizona State University, Leiba made a brief stint as a NFL practice squad player.  Transitioning …

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Wolf Pack Ent

Q: Where did your career begin as a promoter? A: We started throwing huge house parties and it just took off into something great. Our first spot was Medici’s Lounge by UCF. Q: What made you want to became a promoter? A: We were throwing great parties and Medici’s had an open nite for a …

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Juan NVD Fernandez

Q: What is it about photography that you love so much? A: Being able to think out the box, capture moments that will last forever, and create art. Q: What made you want to become a photography and why? I started as a graphic designer, and wanted to add a different service to my company …

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Dallas Maduro

Q: Where did your career begin as a promoter?  A: It begun in Miami, I started by being other promoters “flyer boys” and did all the street level stuff that was needed so I could learn the business, theirs no book out there like “How to be a Promoter for dummies” or anything like that …

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DJ TonyStar

Q: How did you come up with the name Dj Tonystar?  A: Well As A Dj My First Name Was Dj Tony , With Time In The Industry And Thanks To My Skills I Started To Think About A More Commercial Name , Dj Tony-Sniper , Dj Tony-Flow And More Then I Was Looking At …

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DJ Garcia

Q: How Do You Feel Being One Of The Most Well Known DJ’s From Lmp Because Of Your Dynamic Personality On Your Show? A: Me Siento Contento Por El Apoyo Que Las Personas Me Dieron Desde El Principio Y Que Hasta Ahora Me Siguen Apoyando Sin Ustedes El Publico No Seria Yo Kien Soy. Gracias …

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DJ Frikkiao

Q:Where did your career begin? A: It began when my friend DJ Willie asked me to do a party with him back in Newark NJ. One Party became two, three, and the rest is History. Q: How do you feel being one of the most well known dj’s NYC area? A: I don’t know. I …

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DJ Chucky

Q: How do you feel being one of the most well known dj’s in all of NYC?  A: Connecting with millions of people every morning on the radio then meeting them on the clubs while they enjoy my music is one of the greatest feelings in the world. I feel blessed. Q: What do you …

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DJ Blazita

Q: How do you feel being one of the most well known Female dj’s in all of NYC?  A: In all of the world you mean? I’ve made a name for myself with mix tapes, I spin parties throughout the country, and I have my own radio show on ThatsHipHop.com. I was one of very …

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DJ Arsonist

Q: What do you do on your time off? A: Various things working on mixes for the radio or new mix CDs , photoshoots overall spent time with my daughter Q: If you weren’t a DJ what would you be doing? A: Tough question I love music that’s what I do but if I had …

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