Hip Hop Has a new Latino
mag with "Bridgez"
11/7/05 - LatinRapper.com news / Bridgez press release
Latino CO-FOUNDER'S Charlie
Nunez, Publisher and Ariel Gonzalez, Editor-In-Chief launch
Bridgez Magazine; Hip-Hop's Latino connection. Reggaeton
superstar Daddy Yankee graces the inaugural cover, while the
inside documents not only Yankee's meteoric rise, but Hip-Hop
legend DMC's latest bombshell.
Never before has a magazine
delved into the world of Hip-Hop through the eyes of Latinos.
Bridgez invites readers to
discover Jay-Z's newest empire - Roc La Familia, glance into
G-Units most loyal member Tony Yayo and celebrate the life of
the late great Big Pun. With its brilliant writing and vibrant
photos, Bridgez offers readers an experience like no other
publication on newsstands. Coupled with the ever-growing
Latino population is its cultural Infusion into Hip-Hop.
It is imperative that we have a tool to connect the two
cultures; Bridgez is that tool. Now, the dream that high
school classmates Ariel Gonzalez and Charlie Nunez developed
in the hallways of NYC's Art & Design has come to fruition in
their New York, Soho office space.
“Bridgez is for anyone interested in the rich culture of
Hip-Hop. Bridgez is not just a Latino magazine, and it is not
just another Hip-Hop magazine, it is the combination of the
two. So while you will see a large amount of Latino content
(which is written in English), we still plan to include
everyone who is hot or that has that buzz.” says Charlie
Nunez,Publisher. "With so many Hip-Hop publications out, not
one has catered directly to Latinos, Until now... Bridgez will
be that connection" stated Ariel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief
Distribution markets include Fifty two thousand units through
markets such as New York, Miami, Chicago, Texas and