Becky G Announces Name of New Album, “Esquinas”

Becky G is feeling cornered…

The 26-year-old Mexican-American singer/songwriter and actress has announced the name of her upcoming album, which will be her first Mexican music set.

Becky GDuring her performance in New York on Friday, August 25, as part of Citi Concert Series on NBC’s Today, the “MAMIII” singer said her album’s new name is Esquinas and went on to explain what inspired the title.

“I have always identified as not this side or that side of the streets that raised me but the corner where two flags, two cultures, two languages meet,” she said.

Becky G is set to kick off her first-ever headlining tour on September 14 in Boston.

Check out the tour dates here.

Karol G Draws Record-Breaking Crowd During Her “Today” Citi Concert Series Performance

Karol G is making morning show history in the United States…

The 32-year-old Colombian superstar drew a record-breaking crowd during her performance in New York on Friday, June 30 as part of TODAY‘s Citi Concert Series.

Karol G“All of you are my dream come true,” she said onstage, where she performed in front of more than 15,000 people. “The last two years we’ve been growing as a movement and Latinos, we support what we do around the world so we’re here proud of all of us and it’s such an amazing moment for me. It’s my first time on this stage and we’re breaking records, mami.

Among the songs that Karol G performed were her Shakira-assisted smash hit “TQG” and “Mientras Me Curo del Cora,” both part of her history-making set Mañana Será Bonito — the first all-Spanish album by a female artist to top the Billboard 200.

Karol G Among Acts Set to Perform as Part of Today’s 2023 Concert Series

Karol G is headed to the Big Apple 

Today has announced the lineup for its 2023 Citi Concert Series, with the 32-year-old Colombian superstar added to the list.

Karol GKarol G will perform at Rockefeller Plaza on Friday, June 30.

Other artists set to take part in the concert series include Kelly Clarkson, Kim Petras, TWICE and more.

While the date for The Kelly Clarkson Show host’s show has yet to be formally scheduled, Petras will perform on June 23 just ahead of New York City Pride and TWICE will play July 5, just one day before they take over MetLife Stadium on their Ready to Be World Tour.

Other artists set to hit Rockefeller Plaza over the next few months include Big Time Rush (June 2), Niall Horan (June 9), Chance The Rapper (June 15,  Dan + Shay (July 21), Reneé Rapp (July 28), Kelsea Ballerini (Aug. 11) and Darius Rucker (Sept. 1). Jon Batiste is also scheduled to headline his own show with the date to be announced soon. Additional performers are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks.

The Jonas Brothers will kick off the season-long series with a special concert celebrating the May 12 release of their sixth studio set The Album. The trio’s stop at Today will serve as a precursor to their upcoming nationwide trek The Tour, which will begin in August with back-to-back shows at Yankee Stadium.

To attend any of the concerts outside Rockefeller Center, fans can register for Fan Passes now via the Today Concerts website. Lucky hopefuls who receive the Fan Passes will receive priority access to the show ahead of general admission. In the event fans don’t receive a Fan Pass, they can still join the general admission line the morning of the show.