Spotify and Magnus Media join forces to launch the streaming platform's first ever Latin Video

Source: Spotify Press Release 

 Spotify continues its celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month through a special collaboration with Marc Anthony's Magnus Media to lauch "La Familia with Marc Anthony & his Father Felipe Muniz."

This is Spotify's first ever Latin music documentary and it's directed by both Pedro Blanco and Manuel Perez Matos. It launched today (Sept. 23) and it explores Marc Anthony as he delves into the story and process behind one of the most exciting passion projects of his career: recording a new bolero-flavored track "Deje de Amar." What is also cool is this is the debut recording of his father, Felipe Muniz. Muniz is 81 years old. Joining the Anthony and his father is multiple Grammy Award winning producer Sergio George.

Rocio Guerrero, Spotify’s Global Head of Latin Content programming said:
 “We believe there is no better way to show the world how important Latin music is to Spotify than through this collaboration. To see an iconic artist in such an intimate performance with his father is a truly moving experience for us, and it’s one that we can’t wait to share with all music lovers around the globe.” (Via Spotify's Press Release)
Michel Vega, CEO Magnus Media commented:
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with Spotify on the launch of their new video streaming capability.  This vehicle, coupled with Spotify’s massive reach, provides the perfect platform for content creators to tell their stories.”   (Via Spotify's Press Release)
Along with "Spotify Latino Presents: La Familia, with Marc Anthony & Felipe Muniz" (which is three episodes long), the new single "Deje de Amar" is released today too. So check out the documentary  here.