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Chelsea Transfer News: Latest on Radamel Falcao and Yacine Brahimi Rumours

Radamel Falcao 's time in the Premier League might be over with rumours Chelsea have already decided not to sign the Colombian superstar on a permanent deal. The striker started for the Blues in their shock 3-1 home defeat against Southampton...Show More Summary

‘I don’t eat for me — I eat for my butt’

As Daniela Lopez bites into a tuna fish sandwich, a hair stylist on the set of her lingerie shoot comments, “It’s nice to see models eat.” Without missing a beat, the 21-year-old retorts, “I’m Colombian, sweetie. I don’t eat for … Continued

What Are Those?!? Will Smith Drops New Music “Fiesta”, Twitter Explodes With Slander

Will Smith Releases New Music “Fiesta” With Colombian Band Bomba Estereo Will Smith is back rapping. Today he dropped a track with the Colombian band Bumbo Estereo called “Fiesta”. This is not a prank. Will is really rapping. We’ll leave it up to you to decide whether or not that is a good thing or […]

Arsenal’s David Ospina tweets about being included on Ballon D’Or list; doesn’t sound surprised

David Ospina nearly broke the Internet with his inclusion in the Ballon D’Or longlist this morning. The Colombian is one of the esteemed 59 names featured on the list, which will eventually be whittled down to a 3-man shortlist for world football’s biggest individual prize. Show More Summary

Colombian drug lord wanted by US killed in army raid

Victor Navarro aka "Megateo", for whom US had offered a $5m bounty, died during a combat operation in Catatumbo region.

Will Smith releases first new song in a decade

Will Smith is getting jiggy with music again. The Grammy-winning rapper and Oscar-nominated actor appears on a remix of Colombian band Bomba Estereo's song, "Fiesta." The remix was released digitally on Friday. The collaboration marks Smith's return to music since his 2005 album, "Lost and Found."...

Colombian rebels want text of peace deal made public

HAVANA (Reuters) - Seeking to quell controversy back home, Colombia's leftist FARC guerrillas on Friday advocated making public the entire 18-page agreement they reached with the government last week to end their 50-year-long war within six months.

Will Smith Drops First Song in 10 Years - Listen to 'Fiesta'

Will Smith is getting back into the music game with his first song in ten years – a remix to the song “Fiesta” with Colombian dance group Bomba Estereo! A music video featuring the 46-year-old entertainer is set to be released in the near future, according to Rolling Stone. “When I was told that Will [...]

Hear Will Smith's First New Song In A Decade

Will Smith has been teasing a return to rap for years, and now it's here. But instead of dropping a new solo track, Smith is appearing on a remix of Colombian group Bomba Estéreo's song "Fiesta." That gives us no indication of when (or...Show More Summary

Will Smith's First Music in a Decade Is With Colombian Stars Bomba Estéreo

Will Smith has excellent taste. One of the biggest superstars in the entire world was in Colombia recently and stumbled upon the music of heroes Bomba Estéreo, a group we also love here at Jezebel. The difference between Will and us, though, is that he rapped on it. Read more...

Hear Will Smith's First Song in More Than a Decade

Will Smith returned to music for the first time in a decade Friday with the actor-rapper's appearance on the remix of Colombian dance group Bomba Estéreo's "Fiesta." Smith first heard the Latin Grammy-nominated act's song during a recent trip to Colombia and approached the "electro tropical" group to collaborate on a remix. A...

Lao Ra - Jesus Made Me Bad

Sounds like: M.I.A., Kyla La Grange, Mabel Song: Lao Ra - Jesus Made Me Bad What's so good? As debut singles go, Bogotá-based Lao Ra's first musical foray "Jesus Made Me Bad" is a brilliant introduction to the Colombian's big, bold sound. Standing out from the crowd, the track is a wonderfully unapologetic and twitchy take on retro-bubblegum pop. Show More Summary

First-Ever Nasher Prize For Sculpture – Worth $100,000 – Goes To Doris Salcedo

“A seven-member international jury made up of artists, curators, and museum directors selected Salcedo, a [Colombian] sculptor and installation artist whose politically charged work, in her words, aims to ‘connect worlds that normally are unconnected, like art and politics.'”

Chelsea midfielder delighted with decision; €20m January transfer likely

2 days agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

Chelsea midfielder delighted with decision; €20m January transfer likely - originally posted on Just a season ago, Juan Cuadrado was reckoned as one of the hottest young prospects across Europe. The Colombian was in stunning...Show More Summary

Will Smith Did a Music Thing Again, Is on a Remix for Bomba Estéreo's 'Fiesta'

Remember "Switch"? That was a long time ago, but don't worry — Will is back (kind of). He appears in English and Spanish for Bomba Estéreo and the Colombian band's Latin Grammy-nominated song "Fiesta." "When I was told that Will Smith wanted to collaborate on a remix with Bomba, I couldn't... More »

Newswire: UPDATE: Here’s Will Smith’s first song in over a decade

Provoking a lot of otherwise respectable outlets to deploy the phrase “getting jiggy” to questionable effect, Will Smith has released his first rap track in over a decade, teaming up with Colombian electronic music trio Bomba Estéreo on a remix of their hit song “Fiesta”. Show More Summary

Nasher Sculpture Center announces Doris Salcedo as inaugural winner of the Nasher Prize

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

The Nasher Sculpture Center announced today that Colombian artist Doris Salcedo will be the first recipient of the Nasher Prize, an annual international award presented to a living artist who has had an extraordinary impact on the field of sculpture. Show More Summary

Colombian Artist Doris Salcedo Receives Inaugural Nasher Prize for Sculpture

An international jury of distinguished curators, museum directors, artists and art historians selected Salcedo from a group of more than 50 nominees.

Great Job, Internet!: ’70s magazine ads encourage readers to accessorize their cocaine habit

Netflix’s Narcos, which chronicles the bloody war between the DEA and Colombian dug kingpin Pablo Escobar, has revived the internet’s interest in the golden age of cocaine. The 1970s and 1980s were the salad days for the so-called “white...Show More Summary

Doris Salcedo Wins Nasher Prize for Sculpture

A Colombian artist who memorializes victims of political violence has won the first annual Nasher Prize.

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