From Reggaeton to Real Talk: 5 Must-Hear Latine Podcasts

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Latina In America

Host Rosie and her special guests will take you on a journey of discovery, showcasing the beauty, strength, and resilience of our community. From fascinating career paths to wanderlust-worthy travel tales, "Latina in America" has got it all. So plug in those earphones and get ready to immerse yourself in the colorful world of Latina culture. This podcast celebrates the diverse and vibrant culture, travel, and professions of Latinas across the US.

Latinas: From The Block To The Boardroom

With her Silicon Valley background, Theresa E. Gonzales, the badass Executive Producer and Host of this podcast, surely knows a thing or two about breaking down barriers for Latinas and women of color in tech. Get ready for some real talk as she sits down with guests for intergenerational wisdom conversations, all while tackling current events and throwing in some off-road banter to shake things up.

Perreo 101

This bilingual podcast gives you the lowdown on the history, analysis, musicology, and evolution of Reggaeton in both English and Spanish. Join the host, La Gata, as she takes you on a journey through the roots and branches of this infectious genre. From dembow to perreo, no stone is left unturned in this fun and informative exploration. So whether you're a die-hard reggaetonero or just dipping your toes into the world of Latin music, this podcast is sure to be an interesting conversation.

Everynightnights

Looking for a podcast that covers it all? Look no further than "Everynightnights" - the show where Snow Tha Product dishes on everything from relationships and sexuality to random gossip and motherhood. And if you're thinking this is just another run-of-the-mill advice show, think again. Snow's got a refreshingly honest take on life, and she's not afraid to get real about everything from drunk nights to entrepreneurship. Plus, the show is recorded and streamed live on the EveryDayDays YouTube channel, so you can join in the fun and ask your burning questions on the spot. So grab a drink, settle in, and get ready for some real talk with Snow.

Latina to Latina

Ready to join a no-holds-barred conversation about what it really means to be a Latina in today's world? Look no further than Alicia Menendez's podcast. With a mix of humor and heart, Alicia and her guests tackle the tough stuff, from balancing career and family to fighting against the barriers that hold us back. And what sets this podcast apart is the intimacy - it feels like you're eavesdropping on a chat between close friends. So tune in and join the conversation - you might just learn something new about yourself along the way.


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