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Ricardo Arjona - Quiero View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Guatemala

Guatemalan crooner Ricardo Arjona sings a long list of things he wants in his song “Quiero.” This video for “Quiero” was shot in the Dominican Republic and features the stunning Miss D.R. 2007, Massiel Taveras.

Bomba Estéreo - Bomba Bomba View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

In Colombia, costeño y cachaco are almost opposite terms. Costeños, that is de la costa, people from the Coast, are usually depicted as festive, noisy, and colorful people who really enjoy killing time. Cachaco is usually the name given to people from the capital, Bogotá, and they’re characterized by elegance; they’re always dressed up and in control of their emotions. One group is seen as lazy, the other as boring. Regional differences aside, Bomba Stereo is a fresh musical mix of both regions.

Una Historia de Café - El Trillado View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

The quest for an excellent cup of coffee continues. Now we’re in the lab working to get rid of impurities by threshing and selecting the best coffee beans.

A. B. Quintanilla - Speedy Gonzalez

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

Abraham Quintanilla, III (also known as the brother of late Tejano singer Selena) was one of the founding members of Los Kumbia Kings, a band he broke away from in early 2006 to form the Kumbia All-Starz, garnering many hits including Speedy Gonzalez. The Kumbia All-Starz are from Texas.

Kat DeLuna - Whine Up

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Dominican Republic

19 year old Kat de Luna was born in the Bronx and raised in the Dominican Republic where she received operatic vocal training. Relocating to the States as a pre-teen, she entered and won a Karaoke contest where the legendary Cuban salsero Rey Ruiz gave Kat advice that she carries with her today, “nobody knows you better than you do, and no one can help you if you can’t help yourself.”

Carli Muñoz - Niñez - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Puerto Rico

Some people say that rock ‘n roll is half attitude and half talent. We already know that Carli had enough disrespect for the rules to make it and in this video he makes it clear that he has enough respect for the music to complete the equation.

Dante Spinetta - Donde

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Argentina

This Argentine hip hop artist reminds us of the artist formerly known as the artist formerly known as Prince. Dante has been recording since he was 14, as part of the very successful duo known as Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas.

El Trip - Madrid View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Colombia

The history of bullfighting dates back to at least Roman times. For some people it is a form of art while others regard it as a barbarian tradition. This video takes us to the very heart of Las Ventas in Madrid, the most renowned bullfighting arena in the world. Torero o toro? Just pick a side, take a seat and enjoy the show.

El Pulguero - El Pulguero View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

Una pulga is a flea. “Un mercado de pulgas” is, of course, a flea market. We go on a spirited tour of Bogotá’s flea market where our guide shows us antique items we never knew we needed.

Eros Ramazzotti - No Estamos Solos

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Puerto Rico

Italian pop star Eros Ramazzotti teams up with Puerto Rican pop star Ricky Martin in this duet, “No Estamos Solos” (“We are not alone”—or, “Non Siamo Soli” in its Italian version). Born in Rome, the 44-year-old Ramazzotti is no duet virgin: He’s recorded songs with the late Luciano Pavarotti, Joe Cocker, Tina Turner, Cher and Carlos Santana, to name a few.

Una Historia de Café - La Bodega View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

There’s a long way from the coffee tree to a delicious cup of coffee. Here’s where we start our Yabla-exclusive journey to unveil the secrets of world-famous Colombian coffee. Our first episode takes us inside a central warehouse where coffee from several Colombian regions undergoes a strict process of quality control.

Kany Garcia - Qué Nos Pasó View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Puerto Rico

Encarnita (Kany) García had her first brush with fame on the Puerto Rican talent-search show Objetivo Fama in 2004. But she had to pull out of the OF competition after a terrible car accident landed her in intensive care… Luckily, things have looked up since then. After writing songs for fellow OF alum Janina, singer/songwriter Kany released her own album, Cualquier Día, in 2007 to critical acclaim.

Biografía - Natalia Oreiro - Part 10 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Argentina

Off-screen, Natalia Oreiro’s love life sounds a lot less complicated than her on-screen characters’. After her six-year relationship with fellow actor Pablo Echarri ended amicably, she found love with the front man of “Divididos,” Ricardo Mollo, with whom she had more in common with than people seem to think.

Francisco Pérez - Fray Luis de Leon View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

Francisco Pérez recites about Fray Luis de Leon (one of Salamanca’s most noted poets and thinkers), while standing in a courtyard in front of the friar’s statue.

Belanova - Soñar View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

When one of their friends suggested that the band’s name should be Belafunk, just half of a bell rang for them. They wanted something more cosmic, stellar, and looking in the closest encyclopedia they ran into the word Nova. That’s how Belanova — a beautiful star — got its name.

Ricky Martin - Somos La Semilla View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Puerto Rico

For some people, the Menudo years stood as Ricky Martin’s best. Others might sing out Maria, Livin’ La Vida Loca or She Bangs to highlight the top of the pop singer’s ascent. It’s been a while since Ricky’s smiling face was everywhere and his name sat up high in the Billboard charts. Nowadays, he devotes much of his time to helping others as Goodwill Ambassador to UNICEF and through the Ricky Martin Foundation.

Arturo Vega - Entrevista - Part 4 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Arturo Vega is a big part of The Ramones’ history. We even have proof! Actually he was the one who designed the well known Ramones’ logo, which is one part presidential seal, one part outlaw biker. In this interview he tells us why they chose to be represented by an aguila.

Muñeca Brava - 18 - La Apuesta - Part 4 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Argentina

Mili is dressed to kill, ready to go to the bailante to meet Lina. Bobby and Ivo are already there dancing. Ivo blows off steam by telling Bobby that he’ll have his grandmother get rid of the source of his problems, who then shows up. What will happen next?

Gardi - Leña apagada

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Cuba

We associate Cuban Music with powerful drums, breathtaking mulatas and a bunch of smiles flying across the dance floor. But every coin has two sides and Gardi, one of the newest voices of Cuban Pop, bring us this sad, soft and smoky song that’s ready to move our feelings instead of our bodies.

Documental de Alejandro Fernandez - Viento A Favor - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Alejandro Fernandez is not just a Mexican singer any longer: he has become a star of Latin-American proportions. Not only has he succeeded everywhere but he also has adopted different sounds from different countries. Viento a Favor was recorded both in Buenos Aires and in Los Angeles, a perfect axis through the whole continent.

Documental de Alejandro Fernandez - Viento A Favor - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Mexico

The 37-year-old Alejandro Fernández has released fifteen albums in the same number of years. The son of another popular Mexican singer (Vicente Fernández), Alejandro has come into his own as a passionate man, unafraid to show his feelings. This documentary brings us inside the recording of 2007’s “Viento a Favor,” an album that quickly went platinum.

Doña Coco - Música View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Nicaragua

While stirring a pot, Doña Coco sings us a couple of Christian songs, which she learned at her evangelical church.

Andy Andy - Maldito Amor

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Dominican Republic

Angel Villalona, better known as “Andy Andy,” began his career singing merengue, but he is making his mark in bachata. Both are genres from his native Dominican Republic. The governor of New York proclaimed Andy a “stellar example” for young people and the governor of Connecticut declared April 17th “Andy Andy Day.” He’s got our vote too.

Disputas - La Extraña Dama - Part 15 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Argentina

Viewer Discretion Advised

It’s a slow night at Amelia’s little casa de tolerancia. Gloria takes off to see her son, Luchi, and Soledad disappears with young Carlos, who has once again arrived with a pocket full of pesos. Amelia finds that she has an itch in her stockings, and an obliging Raymond is beckoned to scratch it (while the great Jose Luis Perales once again sets the mood).

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