Internationally renowned music historian, creative and entrepreneur whose work is focused on the analysis and social paradigms of Reggaeton. Her entrepreneurial spirit and ambitions have led her to create The first femme Platform dedicated to the intersectional history and analysis of Reggaeton, Reggaeton Con La Gata. She helped shape the landscape of Reggaeton in high profile projects like Netflix’ Premiere Reggaeton Comedy Show: NEON by Shea Serrano, MTV Paramount Studios De La Calle, Spotify Studios & Futuro Studios critically acclaimed podcast LOUD: The History of Reggaeton and more. Her commentary is shared in publications such as The Washington Post, Rollingstone, TIDAL and many others–promoting the genre as one that is “Intelligent, Political and Black.” Katelina is one of Huffington Post’s 2022 Culture Shifters of The Year.
From playlisting to docu-series casting, Katelina has executed powerful curation in Pop Culture.
Pioneering the niche decolonized storytelling of Reggaeton in Popular culture via research.
Creating intelligent, diverse stories centering Black dignity in Reggaeton across mediums.