Marjua is an afrocaribbean writer building on the legacy of her predecessors.https://msestevez.com/
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Bad Bunny Is Nominated For 4 Latin Grammys This Year – Here's Why This Matters
At the onset of a global pandemic in February 2020, Bad Bunny — né Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio — released his second studio album, YHLQMDLG, an acronym that would spell out his definitive musical ethos and life mantra: "Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana," which translates to "I do what I want."
Canceling J Balvin or Tokischa Isn't Going to Solve Reggaeton's Anti-Black Issues
When I first saw J Balvin and Tokischa's "Perra" video after they premiered it in September, the cynic in me couldn't help but simultaneously lament over and be impressed by a contemporary reggaeton number with all the nuts and bolts of a 2000s perreo track.
Why Infertility Still Isn't Talked About Enough in Latinx Communities
Not until I began working as a features editor at BET.com did I actually meet a Black woman seeking fertility treatments to freeze her eggs for a later date, when she'd be less busy fashioning a career in media and entertainment.