3 Latino artists representing at Coachella 2015

3 Latino artists representing at Coachella 2015

Pack your sunscreen and flower crown because the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival announced their lineup on Tuesday and it does not disappoint. The lineup contains an eclectic mix of artists and genres, but we're especially excited to see three Latino artists representing 'la raza': Nortec Collective's Bostitch + Fussible, Los Rakas, and Chicano Batman.

Scroll down to learn more about the artists and get a sampling of what you can expect to hear from their performances.


After recently rocking the main stage at Mexico's Vive Latino festival for tens of thousands of Mexican fans, Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich+ Fussible will bring their critically-acclaimed stage show to the sold-out Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California on Saturday, April 11th and 18th.

Things have come full circle for the duo, with their announcement that their latest album, 'Motel Baja', would be their last under the Nortec banner and Coachella performances flanking the early years of Nortec (they played the festival in 2001) and now closing out this chapter in their musical career.

Los Rakas
Bringing some international flavor to the stage is the dynamic duo made up of Ricardo Bethancourt and Abdull Domínguez, also known by their performing names Raka Rich and Raka Dun. A tag team hailing from Panama but now residing in the golden state of California, Los Rakas blends hip-hop, plena, reggae and dancehall music with Spanish and English lyrics. The two cousins work together bridging the urban culture of Panama and Oakland, creating a "Panabay" sound. Before their Coachella debut, they'll be touring with Zion I, Locksmith, and Vokab Kompany.

Chicano Batman
Another group hailing from the city of Angels, released their second album, Cycles of Existential Rhymein 2014. The band consists of four Mexican-American artists, Bardo Martinez (lead singer), Carlos Arvelo (rhythm guitar), Gabriel Villa (drums) and Eduardo Arena (bass). ​Their 70's sound is sure to get you dancing with their retro beats and soulful rhythms. If you can't catch them at Coachella, be sure to check out their packed schedule for other stops in their U.S. tour.

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