Gonzalo from Spain invites us to listen to the beautiful Christmas carol, "Campana sobre campana" [Bell on Top of Bell].
Accompanied by current Latin rhythms and influenced by vallenato (one of Colombia's most representative musical genres), "La Plata" [Money] is an upbeat tune in Colombian artist Juanes' signature style, with a special guest appearance by Colombian reggaeton artist, Lalo Ebratt.
Luis Miguel performs his famous tune, "La Bikina," which refers to a tormented woman. Composed by Ruben Fuentes, some say he coined the term after seeing women in bikinis during a walk on the beach, while others claim it was inspired by a legend during the times of the Cristeros in Jalisco, Mexico.
"Si Me Dejan" (If They Leave Me) is a collaboration between Colombian Vallenato sensation, Jorge Celedón, and Vicentico, the former frontman of the Argentinean ska band, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs (The Fabulous Cadillacs).
Argentinean singer/songwriter Vincentico was part of the acclaimed group, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, before becoming a solo artist in 2001. His cover of the poignant song, "Los Caminos de la Vida" [The Roads of Life], was released as a part of his second solo album, "Los Rayos" [The Rays] in 2004 and speaks to the fact that the reality of life is often different from what we expected.
Colombia, Puerto Rico
Enjoy the lively choreography of the video for "Nota de Amor," ["Feeling of Love"], a chart-topping 2015 single from Puerto Rican singer Wisin's third album, Los Vaqueros: La Trilogía [The Cowboys: The Trilogy], on which he collaborated with Colombian artist, Carlos Vives, and Puerto Rican singer/rapper, Daddy Yankee.
Jorge Celedon is a Colombian singer specializing in the Colombian folk genre, vallenato. In "Me gustas mucho" [I Like You a Lot], he sings about his affection for a girl with beautiful eyes.
Henry Gomez, owner of the "MS Records" recording studio, shares his memories and what a lifetime spent as a music producer in Imbabura, Ecuador means to him.
Colombia, Dominican Republic
Cleer interviews the members of the acclaimed Colombian band, Doctor Krápula, known for both their music and social activism.
Lifelong mariachi artists explain their passion for the mariachi music and way of life.
Humberto Morales from Ecuador teaches us about the Zampoña, a traditional Andean instrument.