Fresh Talent For A New Year

Llewellyn, Howell; Cobo, Leila; Burr, Ramiro
February 2003
Billboard;2/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 8, pLM-1
Trade Publication
Focuses on Latin American artists who are being developed by record companies in 2003. La Bruja Gata; Natalia LaFourcade; Frijoles Romanticos; La Onda; Daniel Renée; Cristina Valeni.


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