Gepe Releases Music Video for New Single “Hablar de ti”

Gepe is spreading the feels

The 35-year-old Chilean singer-songwriter, whose real name is Daniel Alejandro Riveros Sepúlveda, has released his new music video “Hablar de ti,” premiering the clip exclusively on Billboard.


The clip for the feel-good single was directed by Chilean film director Dominga Sotomayor, who previously collaborated with Gepe on his music video “Punto Final.”

“Hablar de ti” is the first single from Gepe’s forthcoming album Ciencia Exacta, which is due May 26. He’s also part of this year’s three-day Ruido Fest lineup in Chicago. He’ll be kicking off the third annual Latin alternative fest July 7 along with headliners Bomba Estéreo and Cultura Profética.

Venegas to Perfom at Chicago’s Ruido Fest

Julieta Venegas is ready to make some ruido in the Windy City…

The 46-year-old Mexican American singer will take the stage at Chicago’s 2017 Ruido Fest.

Julieta Venegas,

Venegas, a Grammy and Latin Grammy-winning singer, joins a lineup that includes Cultura Profética and Molotov.

Adding a norteño twist to the alt-rock set of performers is legendary band Intocable, who will perform alongside Alejandro Marcovich, former Caifanes guitarist.

Other bands set to perform include Bomba EstéreoFobia, Duncan Dhu, TitanMon Laferte, Javiera Mena, Alex Anwandter, Adan Jodorowsky and Buscabulla. More artists will be announced in the upcoming months.

The third annual Ruido Fest will take place on July 7-9 at Addams/Medill Park with tickets for the three-day fest on sale now.

“We are very appreciative of the support of the local and international community that have supported,” Ruido Fest founder Max Wagner said in a statement.

“We always are looking to reward the faith that the fans show in us by striving to bring in the best talent, and provide opportunities for artists that don’t receive a lot of chances to perform in this country. Our goal this year, and every year, is to provide the best experience and best value possible for our loyal fans.”

Last year’s performers included Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Panteon RococóCarla MorrisonNatalia LafourcadeAterciopelados and Maldita Vecindad.