Women all over the world are saying goodbye to the BS thanks to Sofía Reyes. With R.I.P. marking another hit for the Mexican singer-songwriter, it’s easy to see why Reyes is quickly becoming the queen of collaborations. Teaming up with powerhouses, Rita Ora and Anitta, Sofia ended up creating a pop culture movement. Soon after the song’s release, the trilingual track (done in English, Spanish and Portuguese) took on a life of its own, becoming a universal message of empowerment for females everywhere.
Austin Mahone fans (aka“Mahomies”) have a lot to be excited about. We’ve seen the singer bounce back in a big way in2019. Back in February, “Why don’t we,” penned by Charlie Puth, thrust Mahone back into the spotlight.“Anxious,” followed in April.
Jonathan Gandarilla, known widely as Ganda, is the man behind some of the most influential figures in Latin music. As one of the top executives and managers in the music industry
Noriel is an artist who breaks trends and makes trends. The rapper-songwriter is at the forefront of the Latin trap movement and has helped thrust the subgenre into the spotlight. His cutting-edge collaborations and distinct sound have made him one of the most sought-after musicians in the industry.
In our recent interview with Dinah Jane, the singer-songwriter discusses being on “The X Factor” and what it was like finding such massive success as a member of Fifth Harmony, after her time on the popular singing competition show ended. “I was introduced into a whole new world at that time,” the multiplatinum recording artist tells INLOVE Magazine.