Get ready for the party to return to Miami because on November 2, iHeartRadio's Fiesta Latina 2019 will once again be taking the stage at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami. But before you do, read up on some facts you didn't know about our hot superstar line-up.
The best part is, even if you can't make it to Miami this year, we've got you covered. Fans can tune in to watch the star-studded event via an exclusive video stream at 8pm ET on LiveXLive.com through the LiveXLive mobile and OTT apps for iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV, and Apple TV. The stream will also appear on YouTube, LiveXLive's Twitch channel and LiveXLive’s socials.
1. Jennifer Lopez may be a multi-talented singer/dancer/actress, but she at one point considered a career in law! She once told Access Hollywood, I had worked in a law office, but I was already dancing so I was already kind of falling in love with that very much. So it was kind of like the practical side of like your mom and everybody saying you should become a lawyer and you should do this and you should have that career, and me in my mind saying, ‘No that’s not what I want.’"
3. A proud New York native, her first album was named On The 6 after the subway line she would take between her home in the Bronx and dance classes in Manhattan.
4. Daddy Yankee is not just a music superstar, he is also an actor. He played the lead role in a film called Talento de Barrio.
5. He received his Associate Degree in order to better navigate the music business.
6. The “Yankee” part of his name comes from Puerto Rican slang which means “Big Shot.”
7. Ozuna has not only made great contributions in terms of his music career, but to the Puerto Rican community. In 2017, he started a charity called Odisea Children to help children in Puerto Rico.
8. He used to perform under the stage name “J Oz,” but later started using his middle name: Ozuna. His full name is Juan Carlos Ozuna Rosado.
9. Born in San Juan, he briefly moved to New York City to look for opportunities for a career in music, but only lived there for three years.
Tito El Bambino
10. Tito El Bambino is considered one of the pioneers of reggaeton.
11. He has collaborated with artists like Daddy Yankee, Marc Anthony, Don Omar and many more.
12. His real name is Efraín David Fines Nevares and was born in Puerto Rico.
Jowell y Randy
13. Jowell & Randy first met during a gathering of friends at Randy’s house (Randy was friends with Jowell’s younger brother in high school).
14. Randy grew up listening to soul music and blues, and also took part in choir in a Puerto Rican church.
15. Jowell was born in Springfield Massachusetts, but raised in Cataño, Puerto Rico.
16. Pedro starred in the off-Broadway musical production of CELIA: The Life and Music of Celia Cruz in 2007.
17. He is the grandson of Puerto Rican music icon, Bobby Capo and Irma Nydia Vazquez, former Miss Puerto Rico.
Gente de Zona
18. The group was formed in Cuba almost 20 years ago.
20. Born Carlos Isaias Morales Williams in Panama, Sech started as a street vendor who would sing songs as people walked by.
21. In 2017, he was discovered by Dimelo Flow after his song “Miss Lonely” became a viral sensation in Colombia.
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