January 25, 2021

Bruno Mars: Pure Gold

Anyone wearing that much silk must be having the best year ever. Just when you thought it couldn’t get better than Uptown Funk, Bruno Mars gleamed brighter than gold with #1 hit single and album 24k Magic. Smoother than your uncle’s perm, Mars continues to be an unstoppable force proving big things come in small packages. Gearing up for a world tour the suave singer hasn’t missed a beat this year leaving behind a classic SuperBowl performance, a Victoria’s Secret show that left the angels swooning and a hilarious carpool karaoke to match.

Juan Gabriel: Long Live the King

We lost some legends this year as well. This year’s passing of singer Juan Gabriel had generations of music lovers flocking to their catalogue of greats from the Mexican legend. Gone too soon, his recent MeXXIco Es Todo tour reminded us why we love him as he belted out classics like Amor Eterno and Te lo Pido por Favor until his very last day. The legacy of Juanga, as he was affectionately called, is not only etched in stone with a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame but is sure to make cameos for decades to come at your local weddings, Sunday dinners and quinceañeras.

Marc Anthony and Jlo Bring Back Pimpinela

Fanatics thought they were dreaming when the reunion of all reunions hit the Latin Grammy stage as Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez vibed out to their remake of the 80’s track Olvídame y Pega La Vuelta. The former power couple kept momentum as JLo reigned in Vegas and on television and to no one’s surprise Marc was named Latin Recording Academy’s Person of the Year. It makes total sense for the salsa king to be executive producer on Lopez’s new Spanish-language album scheduled for its debut in 2017, and we’re ready!

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About The Author

Candida L. Figueroa is a writer and wine lover, often simultaneously. After receiving a B.A in Journalism she contributed to GlobalGrind.com and ‘LLERO, finding her niche in covering the entertainment and Latino culture beat. Her greatest journalistic acheivement to date - an interview with Dolores Huerta – but were sure there is more where that came from. When Candida is not writing her favorites, she’s reading them. Among her top reads are the workds of James Baldwin, Kate Chopin, Bell Hooks and Julia Alvarez. Candida, a Brooklyn native, works a 9 to 5 with her head in the clouds. Follow her on Twitter @CFiggss

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