2023 Latin Music Week Photobooth: Maria Becerra, Sebastián Yatra, Carin León & More


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Sebastián Yatra, Chencho Corleone, Vico C, RBD, Carin León, Maria Becerra, Young Miko and Eladio Carrión were among the more than 50 Latin music stars that took center stage in Miami for the 2023 edition of Billboard Latin Music Week (Oct. 2-6).

Some of the biggest names in Latin music made their way to Miami Beach for exclusive conversations, performances, panels and to pose for the photobooth — with photographer Mary Beth Koeth behind the lens — as part of the week-long event.

From deep artist conversations to business discussions on catalogs, finances, streaming and publishing, Latin Music Week also included in-depth panels with industry leaders, tour promoters and two editions of The Rock Star Show, reggaetón star Nicky Jam’s talk show, featuring interviews with Ivy Queen and Fuerza Regida’s frontman, Jesús Ortiz Paz.

“Latin Music Week has grown steadily over the past decade, reflecting Billboard’s commitment to Latin music, and Latin music’s unwavering support of Billboard as the main arbiter of Latin music trends and success,” said Leila Cobo, Billboard’s chief content officer for Latin and Español.

The multi-day event, considered the essential destination for the Latin music industry and top and emerging artists, drew over 1,200 fans and industry insiders to three days of panels, presentations and once in a lifetime intimate conversation at the Faena Forum in Miami Beach, representing established and emerging genres that encompassed the vast plurality that is global Latin music today.

See some of the best photobooth gems captured backstage throughout Latin Music Week.

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