Latina webisode series puts out a call for submissions for original music in either English or Spanish

Latina webisode series puts out a call for submissions for original music in either English or Spanish

LatinaLista — The second season of that smart, Latina journalist, known as Ylse (played by Ruth Livier) is finishing up production and will be releasing a whole slate of new webisodes next month.

This year, Ruth tells Latina Lista that she wants to incorporate some original music into the show. She knows there are hundreds, if not thousands, of people with musical talent just waiting to be discovered. So she has a plan — sending out a call for submissions for what will become the Ylse soundtrack.
According to the Facebook announcement:

Looking for unsigned musical artists for consideration on YLSE Season 2. In addition to possible inclusion on the series SOUNDTRACK, one new song will be featured per webisode. All genres in English and/or Spanish are welcome!
Watch Season One of Ylse ( ) and submit appropriate songs for consideration. Send links to your music to or email us your MP3.

Deadline for submissions is June 1, 2009.

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