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 Gabriel Abaroa - “Five years ago, there was the crossover energy where all of a sudden, 'Time Magazine' and 'Newsweek' were saying things like the 'Latino Wave was coming.' But it didn't really happen that way,”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “After five years, we thought, 'Shouldn't we go the other way around and first reach out to people whose first music and language is Spanish' ... We are taking a 180 degree change of route.”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “We had this dream with CBS about promoting this type of music to people who did not know about it and we thought the best way to do that was in English,”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “This year's nominations are a true reflection of the diversity that currently exists in Latin music - not only across genres but across generations as well.”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “This year's nominations are a true reflection of the diversity that currently exists in Latin music - not only across genres but across generations as well, ... It's inspiring to see so many albums, songs, and music makers getting due recognition from their peers, as well as such a cross section of genres being recognized.”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “This year's nominations are a true reflection of the diversity that currently exists in Latin music, not only across genres but across generations as well.”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “This year's nominations are a true reflection of the diversity that currently exists in Latin music -- not only across genres but across generations as well, ... In our sixth year, the spotlight continues to shine not only on established performers but on emerging singers and songwriters and the creative professionals who usually remain behind the scenes. It's inspiring to see so many albums, songs, and music makers getting due recognition from their peers, as well as such a cross section of genres being recognized. There will be much to celebrate on November 3.”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “The Latin GRAMMY Street parties serve a number of purposes, ... Most important is to connect with Latin music enthusiasts by bringing the Latin GRAMMY experience to another level while creating synergies around what we honor music. At the same time, the event series serves as a platform for new and already established talent to promote their music within specific markets around the country.”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “I always find that democracy is very unpredictable. What is clear is that members vote very much not on trends but on whatever they feel is worthy, without any external influence.”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “We're now focusing on our core audience, although friends of Latin music will find it wherever they are,”
 Gabriel Abaroa - “They couldn't adapt to our demands in catering to Hispanics and trying to be much more bilingual, ... The show will be in Spanish, so that makes a huge difference. I'm pretty sure the audience will define and determine very much the way we put the music to them.”