LAMC Announces a Female-Powered Lineup for Celebrate Brooklyn!
2018 Panel Topics
Celebrate Brooklyn! Friday, July 13th
Mala Rodriguez • Ana Tijoux • Girl Ultra
This year’s LAMC/BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! show, taking place on Friday, July 13th, will feature a lineup of female badassery with Mala Rodriguez, Ana Tijoux, and Girl Ultra.
Featuring amazing Panel topics this 2018, with top panelists from Sony Music, Fania, ATO, Moët Hennessy, Eventbrite, CD Baby, Symphonic Distribution, Deezer, Superfly, Billboard, The Orchard, and many more.
LAMC PANEL TOPICS
Latin America and the U.S. Latin Market: The Big Digital Frontier
(Presented by Symphonic Distribution)
SYNCHronicity: Latin Music Opportunities in TV, Film, and Branding
(Presented by Industria Works)
What is a Crossover in 2018?
The Time is Now: Women Changing the Face of the Latin Music Industry
(Presented by The Orchard)
Mala Rodriguez is a multi Latin Grammy-winning, baseball bat-wielding hip-hop artist from Spain. She has earned praise for her socially-minded lyrics and her unabashed on-stage persona. Mala has toured all over the world and has collaborated with an eclectic range of artists. Her extensive catalogue has garnered her a multitude of fans around the world – including President Barack Obama, who included Mala in his Spotify summer playlist. Mala is currently working on a new album and is releasing new music this summer.
Ana Tijoux is a Latin Grammy-winning hip-hop artist who was born in France to Chilean parents. The buzz around her solo career has been steadily growing since her Grammy-nominated debut 1977 was featured on Breaking Bad, the FIFA video game, and Broad City. NPR has said of her most recent album, Roja y Negro: Canciones de Amor y Desamor, “These are the kinds of songs that – after you’ve lived, loved, and lost a bit – have the potential to mean much more, both to the performer and the listener.”
Nan de Miguel stomped onto the music scene as Girl Ultra. This project was born in Mexico City – the essence of her music is based on girl power and is influenced by R&B artists from the 90s and today. This year, she released her debut EP, Boys via Finesse Records.
Register now at LatinAlternative.com before the early bird discount ends this Saturday, Cinco de Mayo!