Articles By Eduardo Cepeda

Tu Pum Pum: Why Did the Media Declare the Death of Reggaeton in the Late 2000s?

5 Things You Can Do to Get Hype for Juan Gabriel's Resurrection

Tu Pum Pum: The Latin Grammys Have a Long History of Snubbing Reggaeton

Rosalía’s New Album ‘El mal querer’ Pulls the Mainstream to Her By Redefining Pop

Tu Pum Pum: How Reggaeton’s Embrace of Rave Culture Shaped the Genre’s Future

La Favi and So Icey Trap's ‘No Lo Siento’ EP Is a Reggaeton Oscuro Underworld

Tu Pum Pum: The Story of 'Boricua Guerrero,' the Hip-Hop & Reggaeton Album That Paved the Way for Latin Trap

What It Was Like to Be In a Punk Band With Beto O'Rourke, According to Cedric Bixler-Zavala

Tu Pum Pum: How Perreo Became the Glue That Holds Reggaeton Together

Tu Pum Pum: The Story of Luny Tunes, the Producers Who Fueled Reggaeton's Commercial Explosion

Reggaeton Oscuro Reigns in Rosa Pistola's Raunchy "La Linea del Sexxx" Video

Cri-Cri El Grillito Cantor is Beloved by Mexican Children, But It Has an Unexamined Problematic Past

Tu Pum Pum: Women Have Helped Carry Reggaeton Since the Beginning. Now They're Its Future

Tu Pum Pum: Panamanian Artists Helped Birth Reggaeton, Then the Industry Left Them Behind

Tu Pum Pum: As Reggaeton Goes Pop, Never Forget the Genre's Black Roots