Dimelo Cantando is a limited 10 episode podcast series featuring a thought-provoking compilation of conversations featuring some of the biggest tastemakers in the Latin music industry featuring culture centered conversations. The series tackles present and historic topics relating to the intersections of race, class, gender in El Movimiento while celebrating the evolution of the culture. Created to inform and educate the masses on the beauty, complexities, imperfections of the movement, as well as debate and challenge ideas—so that we as a movement can progress— the hosts critical, news satire approach embodies a self-reflective/self-referential comedic tone/lens on the Latin American music industry while simultaneously commemorating the pioneers, tastemakers, producers and new generation of artists. Lastly, to create a space for artists to storytell and celebrate their journey.  From Sex, Race, Love And Hate Hosts Gata and Jennifer Mota analyze these themes in educational conversations featuring 20+ artists of La Nueva Escuela in open-ended and vulnerable conversations. From Reggaeton Con La Gata & Noise Colectivo this is Dímelo Cantando.

MEET THE HOSTS

Gata and Jennifer Mota, two socially and critically aware multimedia creatives take us on a journey of celebration, unpacking, and decolonizing nuestra musica with Dimelo Cantando. Gata and Jenny are no strangers to the limelight or the hot seat. As culture shifters, independent thinkers and cultural commentators; the two historians have applied their critical views on pop culture, Latin music, politics and society to their work in media. For this act, the two multimedia mamis have carved a unique space unseen in the industry.

Meet the cast

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TRAILER

We need to take control. There’s a dire need for women in management, producers, sound engineers, and music executives that could contribute to the growth towards representation and visibility. The conversation begins with Gata and Jenny revisiting their favorite moments linked to sexual liberation and reggaeton. From the tracks that transmitted the hosts to a space of sexual agency and fantasies to the artists at the forefront and Lastly, the moments that impact, reactions, and respectability reflection.

There’s a dire need for women in management, producers, sound engineers and music executives that could contribute to the growth towards representation and visibility.

The conversation begins with Gata and Jenny revisiting their favorite moments linked to sexual liberation and reggaeton. From the tracks that transmitted the hosts to a space of sexual agency and fantasies to the artists at the forefront and Lastly, the moments that  impact, reactions, and rEspectability reflection.

Defining Romantiqueo while giving a brief history of it,. Explaining its importance, How does Romantiqueo influence or What were the first signs of romantiqueo? The art of the duo (zion y lennox, hector y tito, rkm y ken y); One always held it down for the melodies, while the other artist balanced the track pa la calle/masculine voice. Exploring what it means to love and how Reggaeton adds or detracts from that.

Dimelo Cantando’s conversation continues with the popular phrase often used to argue against cultural appropriation: “music is for everyone.” Gata and Jenny unpack the differences between Cultural Appropriation and Appreciation, and the importance in understanding the two. Music is for everyone, pero the visibility aint. 

THANKS FOR THE LOVE!

CREDITS

In Partnership With: Noise Colectivo

Executive Producer + Host

Katelina ‘Gata’ Eccleston

Associate Producer + Host

Jennifer Mota

Audio Engineer

Jaby Vibes

Editor

Daniella Tello-Garzon

A Special Thanks to The Noise Colectivo Team And Everyone Who Made This Podcast Possible.
A Special Thanks to The Noise Colectivo Team And Everyone Who Made This Podcast Possible.
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