Puerto Rican artist Lunay most not too long ago made his big-screen debut in The Valet alongside Mexican actor Eugenio Derbez. The singer and rapper is amongst a brand new era of musicians who’re eyeing a possible profession in Hollywood — however for musicians, is there a blueprint for him to comply with?
That is the subject mentioned within the newest Cultura Clash episode that includes Lunay, singer-songwriter and aspiring actress Ambar Lucid (Elite), and singer and actress Isabela Merced (Father of the Bride).
“The group and my followers know me for my music,” the “Soltera” singer says. “After I say I wish to enter the world of appearing nicely it’s like my crossover. I’ve followers who’re prepared to simply accept me in any transition I wish to make so it makes me actually to have the ability to enter this world. I like to sing and act and there’s no different means. I’m actually targeted on each.”
Whether or not there’s a viable path from appearing to singing, Merced, who launched her newest single “Agonía,” says there’s a means, and singers who’ve carved a lane for themselves within the music business could possibly be . “I believe in the event you set up your self in a single profession considerably sufficient then you should have a straightforward transition. Whether or not you’ll be good at it or not, that’s as much as you.”
On this week’s episode, hosted by YouTube’s A.J. Ramos and offered by Capital One, the three artists additionally opened up about receiving backlash on social media, the artist they most admired rising up for breaking gender norms, and way more.
Now in its second season, Cultura Conflict — hosted by Latin govt AJ Ramos — spotlights Latin artists and influencers who focus on trending matters inside Latin tradition and music. A brand new episode airs each Wednesday on Billboard.com, social media, and Billboard‘s YouTube channel. Watch this week’s episode above.