On the first episode of season 5 Gabe Gonzalez fills in for Rachel and tells us about Hamilton in Puerto Rico, AOC becoming the talk of Washington (and Twitter) and Julian Castro announcing his run for President in 2020. PLUS Jaime is having a hard time with his new year resolution of giving up sweets for a month and Frank pays a visit to a ghetto dentist. On this week's “Bochinche Bites", Jaime dishes on Trump's fast food party in the White House, an egg becoming Instagram's biggest star, and a woman fining her boyfriend for coming home late. On this week's "Frankspiracy News", Frank reports on the strange blue light that flashed across New York City in December. The crew interviews actor Michel Duval about his role in the new SYFY show "Deadly Class", his early experiences acting in Spanish telenovelas, and the type of music he plays to get pumped up for a scene. Our Que Lo Que quickie is with Concepcion De Leon, a digital staff writer for the New York Times. We talk to Concepcion about launching EL ESPACE, her popular column where she writes about news and culture for a Latinx audience. IG/FB @WeAreLatinosOutLoud @Mich_Duval @_missconcepcion TWITTER @LocaYBago @ Michel_Duval @bycdl Hashtag #LatinosOutLoud Apple Podcasts: 4/
Latinos Out Loud Best Of 2018 Awards!
Welcome to the Latinos Out Loud Best Of 2018 Awards! It's just like the Oscars except we actually have hosts!!! The LOL crew got together to honor our favorite guests and shows of the past year with categories such as BEST DRESSED GUEST, BEST LIVE AUDIENCE, and even the MOST VIOLENTLY FUNNY GUEST (Bago definitely remembers who that is) We'll revisit some of these fun and hilarious moments with clips and commentary. So listen now to find out the winners and see if you agree! IG/FB @WeAreLatinosOutLoud TWITTER @LocaYBago Hashtag #LatinosOutLoud Apple Podcasts:
L.O.L. Holiday Noel with Vladimir Caamano
On the Christmas 2018 special the Latinos Out Loud crew discusses special holiday traditions, like coquito, pernil, holiday music, gift giving and more. A special Loca List covers the Top five Noche Buena memories. Comedian, Vladimir Caamano is interviewed and delves into his comedy as well as his mental health. Vlad shares a childhood story about getting caught by his Dominican father while on the toilet studying card tricks and much more. IG/FB @WeAreLatinosOutLoud @laughingvlad TWITTER @LocaYBago @laughingvlad Hashtag #LatinosOutLoud Apple Podcasts: 4/
Politics and Platanos with Rafael Espinal Jr.
On the fifteenth episode of season four and the last show of the year, the group attempts to convince Rachel to bring her "YO YO YO’s” back, Rachel takes her kids to see Santa, and Jaime and Rachel recap a busy weekend of performances for their sketch comedy troupe, Room 28 (one of which involves the classic movie “Coming To America”). On this week's “Bochinche Bites", Jaime dishes on Offset trying to win Cardi B. back, Sesame Street gets a new homeless puppet, and Platano Man joins us live in studio to talk about how he went viral after stopping a racist woman on the subway. On this week's "Frankspiracy News", Frank breaks down the psychedelic healing power of Ayahuasca. The crew interviews Councilman Rafael Espinal Jr. who shares the inner workings of serving office in New York City, his current run for Public Advocate, abolishing the cabaret law, and his striking resemblance to Juan Bago. IG/FB @WeAreLatinosOutLoud @rlespinal @TheRealPlatanoman TWITTER @LocaYBago @ RLEspinal @PlatanoMan Hashtag #LatinosOutLoud Apple Podcasts: 4/
Breast Lyft with Joanna Hausmann
On the fourteenth episode of season four, Rachel has a "YO" reduction, Jaime buys a Christmas tree, Frank shows up a day early to see “2 Dope Queens” and Bago attends his sister's engagement party On “Bochinche Bites", Jaime dishes on Kevin Hart stepping down as host of the Oscars, an underground market for breast milk, and a pair of nuns embezzling cash for gambling trips. The crew interviews Joanna Hausmann about how she started her popular web show, “Joanna Rants", dealing with internet trolls, working for Bill Nye the Science Guy and going to a bachelorette party with her mother. Our “Que Lo Que Quickie" is with Comedy Writer and Producer, Georgie Aldaco, who talks to us about the UCB show she produces every month, ”Sketch Cram." She also gives her number one advice to aspiring sketch writers. Check out Room 28 performing the Barber Shop Scene at an immersive from “Coming to America” screening and experience at The Knockdown Center in Queens on Saturday 12/15 4/