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Tell Me Más: Why You Need to Have Dominican Artist La Gabi on Your Radar

The 21-year-old artist, who was born and raised in La Romana in the Dominican Republic, always knew she wanted to be an artist. She grew up singing and dancing while watching her older brother show off his choreography skills in the house. "I remember being so little and looking at him and trying to learn what he was doing," La Gabi, whose full name is Gabriela Cabrera Guaba, tells POPSUGAR.

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With reggaeton gaining global dominance, we're honoring the music genre this Latinx Heritage Month. Through a collection of interviews and essays, we explore how reggaeton has brought our culture, voices, and ideas to the mainstream. Join us as we sit down with the artists and jefas shaping the movement and reflect on its collective impact on our communities.

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A Latinx Spiritualist's Guide to Breaking Through the Poverty Mindset

The parents of many first- and second-generation Latinxs migrated to the United States for one main reason: survival. After all, being able to find work and be paid for it — regardless of how minimal that payment was — meant they could provide for their families better than they ever could in their native countries. For many, it was a matter of life and death.

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J Balvin Is Unapologetically Breaking Free From Gender Norms Through Fashion

Before gender fluid fashion became more socially acceptable in the US, celebrities like David Bowie, Dennis Rodman, Prince, and Billy Porter were confidently and unapologetically sporting androgynous styles. But outside of Juan Gabriel, we never really had a Latino icon that normalized this within our communities. J Balvin has proven he's not afraid of breaking the gender-restricting rules that are often placed on men — Latino men in particular.

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