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These Dances From Popular Music Videos Will Get You Off Your Seat This Quarantine

Dance choreography is the main event in these videos brought to us by Daddy Yankee, Enrique Iglesias, Rosalia, CNCO & Natti Natasha, and J Balvin, among others.

You don’t have to be a professional dancer to let yourself get carried away in the dance moves; you can become an expert in flamenco or dembow by following the beat of your favorite artists. 

Gente de Zona, CNCO, Marc Anthony, Tini or Daddy Yanee are some of the artists that incorporate the most dance in their music videos. Rosalía has also begun showing us her dance moves in her videos, fusing Flamenco with her style and her dances.

At Latido music, we bring you this selection of videos so you can get excited to add a little rhythm, to your days following these steps:

“Con Calma” — Daddy Yankee & Snow

With the help of the public, this song became the “Hit Favorite” at the Kid’s Choice Awards in 2019. Yankee sampled Snow’s “Informer,” which led to the two meeting and creating a musical combination that has us all dancing. In the video, Daddy Yankee’s double is Mexican dancer Pocho Gonzalez.

“Bailando” — Enrique Iglesias feat. Descemer Bueno y Gente de Zona

Just when some people were starting to think Enrique Iglesias had lost his momentum, out came this collaboration that quite literally made everyone dance. Since its release in 2014, “Bailando” became one of those songs that gets the party going. Ana Karla Suarez, a fellow Cubana, made everyone fall in love with her moves.

“X” [EQUIS] — Nicky Jam feat. J Balvin

The nature, freshness, and closeness of the two artists helped the video to this song reach more than 100 million views on YouTube in eight days, setting an entirely new record for Latin music on the platform. Jessy Terreo was the person in charge of directing the video and he called on Tanisha Scott’s, the choreographer in charge of Cardi B and Khalid (and a few Drake videos), expertise in choreography for the dance moves.

“Con Altura” — Rosalía feat. J Balvin

Another video that broke records on Youtube the moment it was released. Con Altura’s choreography was stamped with Rosalia’s signature moves, and this time from the sky. “Aquí en la altura estan fuertes los vientos,” sings J Balvin in the song. What’s your favorite part of this video? << video embed>>

“Zum Zum” — Daddy Yankee, Arcangel, RKM & Ken-Y, Natti Natasha

From the moment of its release, Raphy Pina declared this song “La Super Formula.” Well, we could not expect anything less of this song that sampled the LunyTunes’s beat. Marlon P was in charge of directing the video with Natti Natasha in one of her most bold looks to date.

“China” — Anuel AA, Daddy Yankee, Karol G, Ozuna, J Balvin

With the help of Tainy on production, this video by Marlon P made the choreography the main event. Five leading artists in the genre invitan a perrear en la disco with this song that reminds us of Daddy Yankee’s “Ella Me Levanto,” which includes the beat to Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me”

Check out more choreography in these other music videos.

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Missouri Woman Seen Holding Pelosi Sign Faces First Judge In Series Of Court Dates For Federal Charges

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Missouri Woman Seen Holding Pelosi Sign Faces First Judge In Series Of Court Dates For Federal Charges

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Update January 21, 2021

A Missouri woman named Emily Hernandez had a court hearing in St. Louis after her involvement in the Capitol riots. Hernandez, 21, is facing several federal charges after participating in the deadly Capitol riot.

Emily Hernandez is facing the music after storming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

According to KSDK, Hernandez, who is from Sullivan, Missouri, has been released without bond after her first hearing in St. Louis. She has been ordered to stay in the Eastern District of Missouri until her next court date in Washington. Part of the terms of her release is that she is not allowed to travel to Washington other than for her court date.

During the hearing, she was recorded saying, “I’m sorry, I’m nervous.”

Hernandez is facing the following federal charges: knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds, disorderly conduct which impedes the conduct of government business, steal, sell, convey or dispose of anything of value in the United States, disruptive conduct in the Capitol buildings, parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol buildings.

Original: After a group of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol Jan. 6, people immediately started identifying the intruders. Videos have been circulating and people are steadily contacting the FBI to expose them. Instagram page @homegrownterrorists is one of the leading forces in identifying the rioters.

On Jan. 6, people stormed our Capitol building and the American people are demanding justice.

Images of people storming the Capitol building and looting the offices of members of Congress startled people around the world. One of the safest places in the world was overrun by far-right Trump supporters attacking the democratic process. Americans are demanding justice and working together to identify and report as many people to the FBI that were at the Capitol.

The Instagram page is unapologetically encouraging followers to identify people at the Capitol.

Five people died as a result of the riot, two of them were police officers. The Instagram page, run anonymously, is encouraging people to share the photos to their stories to increase the reach. The account might not have any legal power, but it is having some success. There has been more than one person identified through the IG page that has led to people losing jobs and being arrested by the FBI.

The account has disappeared multiple times but always comes back.

The mystery person running the account has expressed concern over their safety. The account has been suspended by Instagram after being reported by multiple people. There has even been some talk about them receiving threats of violence via DMs.

The person who runs the account has mentioned it randomly on their stories but with no real detail. According to recent stories, the person behind the account doesn’t want to antagonize the people sending threats.

The owner of the account did say that they have been contacted by Instagram about the account.

A tweet from HomeGrownTerrorists caught Instagram’s attention and the account was reinstated. However, there was a backup account to keep functioning in case the original got deleted. IG and the account owner reached an agreement where they get to keep the main account and the backup account was permanently banned. No questions asked.

If you want to help or be connected to the cause, you can follow this page on Instagram.

There are a lot of people left to identify and the nation’s law enforcement is bracing for more violence. Capitols in all 50 states are on alert for possible attacks and the National Guard is being mobilized in big numbers for the inauguration. We are not out of the woods when it comes to the threats that have been made.

READ: After Last Week’s Riots, A Black Woman Has Been Appointed to U.S. Capitol Police Chief

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UPS Delivery Man Is Fired After Video Surfaces of His Anti-Latino Racist Rant

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UPS Delivery Man Is Fired After Video Surfaces of His Anti-Latino Racist Rant

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An unnamed UPS delivery driver has been fired after being caught using racist language when delivering a package to a Latino household. The incident occurred on December 17th.

The video, which was caught on a doorbell camera’s security footage, shows a white UPS driver appearing to be angry when delivering a package.

“Now you don’t get f—–g nothing…You can’t read and write and speak the f—–g English language,” he says while writing a “failed to deliver” notice and pasting it on the house’s front door.

The Aviles family says that the footage shows that the UPS worker never even attempted to deliver the package in the first place. He never rang the doorbell or knocked on the door. Based on that, the family has come to the conclusion that the driver intentionally withheld the package from the family out of prejudice and spite

They believe that the only way the driver could’ve known that the family was Latino was by making assumptions based off the name on the package.

“The only information this driver had that could serve as a trigger for this deep-seated hate was the name on the package,” said Forward Latino President Darryl Morin at a press conference addressing the incident.

“So what we have here is a very intentional act to ruin Christmas for somebody, for someone to spew this hateful rhetoric, and quite honestly to deceive their employer,” Morin continued.

Per UPS, the employee has now been fired. “There is no place in any community for racism, bigotry or hate. This is very serious and we promptly took action, terminating the driver’s employment. UPS is wholeheartedly committed to diversity, equity and inclusion,” UPS said in a statement. They also said they contacted the family to apologize.

But the Aviles family is still rattled that such bigoted people are out and about, letting their petty prejudices effect other people’s lives.

“The package was a Christmas gift that we eventually received after Christmas Day, but what if it happened to have time-sensitive content like an epipen or a book I needed to take a final,” said Shirley Aviles, the mother of the man who lives at the address, told NBC News. “I don’t get it. It’s just sad.”

Aviles seemed disturbed about what this incident says about human nature. “This is about the things people do when they think no one is watching them. That’s important because that’s when you see people’s true colors and that’s what’s scary,”

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