Latin Beat

Latin Beat, also known as "The Magazine of the Americas," was a popular bilingual (English and Spanish) music magazine based in Hollywood, California. It was first published in 1987 and ceased publication in 2009.Image:latin-beat-sample-cover

The magazine covered a wide range of Latin music genres, including salsa, merengue, reggaeton, and Latin jazz. Its content included artist interviews, album reviews, concert and festival coverage, and music industry news. The magazine was also known for promoting up-and-coming Latin artists, and for featuring exclusive content such as music videos and special interviews.

Over the years, Latin Beat Magazine had featured interviews with many notable Latin music artists, including Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Gloria Estefan, and Ricky Martin, among others. The publication became a widely recognized voice in the Latin music scene and helped to bring Latin music into the mainstream in the United States.

In addition to its print publication, Latin Beat Magazine also had an online presence that included a website and digital editions of its print publication. The website featured news, reviews, and interviews related to Latin music, as well as an online store where readers could purchase music and other merchandize.

Despite its popularity, Latin Beat Magazine faced financial difficulties in the late 2000s and eventually ceased publication in 2009. However, the magazine left a lasting impact on the Latin music industry and helped to promote and popularize Latin music around the world.{{Categories}}

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