With the festive season in full swing, it’s normal to take some time to relax and enjoy some of our favorite series. If you’re looking to catch up Latin music-inspired series and/or documentaries that will premiere this year, Billboards We’ve compiled a list of 10 titles you can stream before 2021 ends.
List includes Juanes‘ Origen The documentary was released to coincide with his Latin Grammy Award-winning album of the same name, which follows the Colombian star’s journey to record an album that explores his roots as a musician. And by Netflix Rompan Todo, a six-part series chronicling 50 years of rock and roll music in Latin America.
Check out the list below and have fun watching!
The boy from Medellín (Amazon Prime)
Rompan Todo (Netflix)
For everything rock en español fans, this is the series for you. Rompan Todo (Break All) is a six-part documentary that features popular Latin American bands such as Soda Stereo, Café Tacvba, Aterciopelados, and other rock bands who have documented 50 years of rock and roll in Latin America, through dictatorships, disasters and dissent.
Piano Y Mujer (HBO)
Everyone loves Natti (Amazon Prime)
Everyone loves Natti, the full-access pass for fans to become a wall flyer and follow Natti Natasha’s personal and professional life, live stream exclusively on Amazon Prime. Natasha shares untold stories about her relationship with her manager, Raphy Pina; dreams about moguldom; and her pregnancy journey. “Before, I couldn’t really say anything about my life, but suddenly I said everything,” the Dominican Republic chart-topping artist said in her six-episode series. .
Luis Miguel – The Series (Part 3) (Netflix)
The third and final season of Luis Miguel – The Series premiering on Netflix in October, follows the Mexican musician along two timelines, including his past romantic relationship with Mariah Carey. In one, he dives into English-speaking markets to shoot his scenes with top producers, and in another, more current timeline, the star faces legal and financial challenges. The new boss threatens all of his hard work.
Juanes, Origen (Amazon Prime)
Juanes gives fans an insight into his creative process and professional journey in the personal documentary to accompany the release of his Latin Grammy Award-winning album, Origen. Like the set, the 51-minute documentary is a musical and visual journey where he pays tribute to the artists who have played a key role in his career and the songs that inspired him. his musicality.
Heroes: Silence & Rock and Roll (Netflix)
Released in February, the nearly two-hour documentary in Spanish is an exploration of the rise and fall of Héroes del Silencio, the popular 1980s Spanish rock band led by Enrique Bunbury.
Juan Luis Guerra: Entre Mar y Palmeras (HBO)
Under the leadership of Loud and Live Studios, the Dominican composer, songwriter, producer and singer, along with his longtime band 440, delivers a low-profile concert from the beaches lush Dominican Republic for his HBO documentary. Entre Mar y Palmeras. “Even though I am from a Caribbean island, this is my first time performing a concert on the beach,” Guerra previously said. Billboards. “It was a different kind of performance, but the palm trees, the sand and the sea breeze were our stage, and it brought us a special happiness.” The special, which won Best Long Music Video at the 2021 Latin Awards, showcases his best and most recent hits, as well as an insight into his most recent audiovisual work. he Prive.
Selena: The Series (Part 2) (Netflix)
In nine episodes the second part of Selena: The Series, fans will be able to see the ups and downs of Selena Quintanilla’s career, but also the struggles she faces when balancing touring and filming with her relationship with Chris. Perez and her family. “Now on the brink of stardom, Selena Quintanilla’s journey through the Tejano music world continues,” the diary reads. “Learning to handle success has just begun, Selena struggles to balance family, love, and burgeoning career.”
Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio (Netflix)
Mariposa de Barrio aired on Telemundo nearly four years ago, but the coveted gripping series based on the life of Jenni Rivera premiered on Netflix in January. Based on Rivera’s autobiography Unbreakable: My Story, My Way (2013), published in July 2013, the 91-volume series tells the inspirational story of “La Diva de la Banda” whose determination, perseverance, and hard work have made her an artist. The singer topped the male charts—the dominant category—all while caring for her five children (Chiquis, Jacqie, Michael, Jenicka and Johnny), the love of her life, as a mother. alone.
Editor’s Note: Hanlon is married to Billboard’s vp/Latin industry leader Leila Cobo
https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/10-music-series-to-stream-boy-from-medellin-origen-1235010695/ 10 music-inspired series to stream before the end of 2021 – Billboard