Amazon New music Launches New Hip-Hop and Latin Audio Demonstrates

Amazon Songs has announced the launch of two new weekly flagship music sequence: the hip-hop-targeted “Rotation Roundtable” and the Latin/pop tradition exhibit “La Semanal Stay.”

“Rotation Roundtable,” premiering March 15, includes a hybrid Twitch livestream and 60-moment podcast knowledge impressed by Amazon Music’s “Rap Rotation” and “R&B Rotation” playlists. It is hosted by journalist and govt producer Speedy Morman, Electric power 105.1 host/ producer Nyla Symone, “On the Radar” creator Gabe P and veteran journalist Rob Markman. Just about every episode will characteristic a “Big Questions” section meant to incite discourse about existing events in hip-hop. The present will also consist of “Hot Will take,” visitor interviews, and a discussion segment fueled by chat participation.

Based mostly on the new tunes playlist of the identical identify, “La Semanal Dwell,” which debuts March 24, explores the week’s major stories and releases in Latin common society and tunes. Hosted by Gio Rosado, Puerto Rican journalist, influencer, and podcast host, the 60-minute are living new music show set in Miami will characteristic artist interviews and other guests, including the new Platino DJ Mode radio host Grecia Lopez. The premiere episode will feature an job interview with Colombian celebrity Manuel Turizo, and through the thirty day period of March, the display will celebrate women of all ages in Latin audio, with dedicated segments exploring the finest female collaborations, lyrical breakdowns, the revisiting of common albums, a highlight on Karol G, and extra.

“Rotation Roundtable” will air routinely on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on the Amazon Songs channel on Twitch, with episodes available as a online video podcast the following day on Amazon Audio and Wondery’s YouTube page, and as an audio podcast on Amazon Audio and all major services. “La Semanal Live” on Fridays at 9 p.m. ET on the Amazon Songs en Vivo Channel on Twitch, with video clip clips accessible in the Amazon Songs app.

“I’m super energized to associate with Amazon Tunes to carry lovers the latest in Latin songs in a new way,” says Rosado. “The demonstrate will have a large amount of electrical power, humor, and debate. My objective is to develop a show so charming and participating that you’ll regret not getting tuned in.”

Symone suggests of “Roundtable,” “ I’m super excited to last but not least have a safe and sound space to communicate candidly amongst people today who truly know the culture. My point of perspective is that culture isn’t about the clout or politics, it’s just about the new music.”

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