A Tiny Audience
3 Seasons | 52 Episodes | TV-14
In this series of intimate music specials, Latin musicians reveal a personal secret to the "tiny" audience before them and perform a pair of songs that are meaningful to them.
A Tiny Audience: Lunay
Puerto Rican reggaeton and trap sensation Lunay performs acoustic versions of his hits "Soltera," "Relaciones," and "Aventuras."
A Tiny Audience: Lauren Jauregui
Activist and former 5th Harmony member Lauren Jauregui mesmerizes the audience with "Expectations," "50 ft.," and a very special cover of La Lupe's "La Tirana."
A Tiny Audience: Carlos Vives
Colombian superstar Carlos Vives tells the story behind his massive hit "Dejame robarte un beso" and performs fan favorites "Dejame entrar," "Santa Marta," "Kingston," and "New Orleans."
A Tiny Audience: Pedro Capó
2020 Latin Grammy(R) winner Pedro Capó performs "Calma," "Donde hubo amor," and a special version of "Tu fanatico" from his chart-topping album "Munay."
A Tiny Audience: Ivy Queen
The very first female Reggaetonera and groundbreaking legend Ivy Queen talks machismo, infidelity, and relationships in between renditions of "Yo quiero bailar," "La vida es asi," and a special version of "Quiero saber."
A Tiny Audience: Greeicy
Cali-born Colombian actress and pop singer Greeicy shows off her Shakira moves and performs "Destino," "Los besos," and "Mas fuerte."
A Tiny Audience: Cabas
Latin anthem creator Cabas performs "Bonita" and "Tanto que te amo tanto," as well as a brand-new song written with Descemer Bueno.
A Tiny Audience: Carlos Rivera
Mexican superstar Carlos Rivera opens up about his path to stardom and performs the song that won him his very first talent competition, "Usted se me llevo la vida."
A Tiny Audience: Manuel Turizo
Colombian reggaeton star Manuel Turizo (MTZ) performs "Quiereme mientras se pueda" and "Mala costumbre" with his brother Julian.
A Tiny Audience: Kany García
Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Kany García sings "Alguien" and "Para siempre," as well as reimagined versions of "Remamos" and "Titanic."
A Tiny Audience: Los Amigos Invisibles
Venezuela's pride, Los Amigos Invisibles, display their unique mix of jazz, pop, disco, and funk as they perform "Ponerte en cuatro," "La que me gusta," "Mentiras," and a special version of "What is love (Amor)."
A Tiny Audience: Gian Marco
Peruvian superstar and UNICEF Ambassador Gian Marco gives a funny and emotional music master class as he performs "Mandarina," "Prefiero vivir sin ti," and "Hoy."
A Tiny Audience: Mau y Ricky
Pop duo Mau y Ricky bring down the house with "Desconocidos," "La boca," "La groseras," and "Papas."
A Tiny Audience: Paulina Rubio
The Queen of Latin Pop Paulina Rubio rocks special versions of "Mio," "Lo hare por ti," "Don't Say Goodbye," and her hit "Ni una sola palabra."
A Tiny Audience: MDO
MDO reunites with former Menudo members Daniel Rene and Rene Farrait to perform "No puedo olvidarme de ti," "After Party," and the anthem "Subete a mi moto."
A Tiny Audience: Juan Gabriel Tribute
Justin Quiles, Natalia Jimenez, Carlos Rivera, and Cabas perform their favorite Juan Gabriel songs in a very special tribute episode dedicated to the legendary "Divo de Juarez."
A Tiny Audience: Becky G
Mexican-American superstar Becky G reflects on her early career start at the age of 9 and performs her hits "Mayores," "Sin pijama," and "Shower," along with an emotional rendition of a new, unreleased song dedicated to her grandmother.
A Tiny Audience: Jay Wheeler
Rising reggaeton star Jay Wheeler enchants the tiny audience with his refreshing earnestness, his melodic compositions, and his irresistible silky voice while performing "La curiosidad," "Viendo el techo," and "Take My Life."
A Tiny Audience: Leslie Grace
A Tiny Audience: Zion & Lennox
Puerto Rican duo Zion & Lennox bring down the house with club hits “Otra vez,” “La player,” and “Estrella” and reminisce about the early days of reggaeton and unpaid gigs in New York City.
A Tiny Audience: Jessie Reyez
Fresh out of opening for Lizzo and Billie Eilish, Colombian-Canadian singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez shares her dreams of retirement and enamors the audience with her emotionally-charged renditions of "Figures," "Sola," and "Mamá."
A Tiny Audience: Guaynaa
Puerto Rican rapper Guaynaa lights up the stage with his witty and tongue-in-cheek reggaeton fusion, performing “Cumbia a la gente,” “Cerveza,” and "Chica Ideal."
A Tiny Audience: Danna Paola
Élite actress, model, and singer Danna Paola receives a standing ovation after performing the heartbreaking "Dos Estraños" and sharing the secrets behind her fan-favorite hits "Mala fama" and "Mía."
A Tiny Audience: Mike Bahía & Friends
2020’s Best New Artist Latin Grammy® winner Mike Bahía is joined by his friends and collaborators Danny Ocean and Lenny Tavárez to perform “Détente” and “Colorao,” and regales us with the moving love story behind “La rutina.”
A Tiny Audience: La India
Crowned by Celia Cruz herself as the Princess of Salsa, Puerto Rico-born and South Bronx-raised salsa singer La India shows off her incredible voice with “Sedúceme,” “Nunca voy a olvidarte,” and “Qué ganas de no verte nunca más.”
A Tiny Audience: Justin Quiles
Songwriter extraordinaire and pop/reggaeton singer Justin Quiles returns to A Tiny Audience after his heartfelt tribute to Juan Gabriel to perform his new single “Loco” and chart-toppers “Jeans” and “Egoísta.”
A Tiny Audience: Carla Morrison
Multiple Latin Grammy winner and indie singer Carla Morrison delights with her delicate and melancholic ballads "Disfruto," "Contigo," and "Una foto," and surprises audiences with her joyful and simple life outside the music industry.
A Tiny Audience: Manuel Medrano
Colombian pop singer and international sensation Manuel Medrano reveals how a very special gift sidelined his early basketball career and brings his soulful voice to the stage to perform “Afuera del planeta,” “Tengo que llegar a tiempo,” and “Negra.”
A Tiny Audience: Ximena Sariñana
Mexican actress and songwriter Ximena Sariñana showcases her extensive musical influences, from pop to R&B to mariachi ballads, with fan favorites "Cobarde" and "Una vez más," and her new song "El amor más grande."
A Tiny Audience: Aleks Syntek
Three-time Latin Billboard® Award winner Aleks Syntek talks about his collaboration with Mecano's Ana Torroja for the international anthem "Duele el amor," discusses his Ariel-winning score for the record-breaking Mexican film Sexo, pudor y lágrimas, and treats the audience to his beloved pop ballad "Intocable."
A Tiny Audience: Robin Thicke
Robin Thicke, “Blurred Lines” singer, five-time Grammy® Award nominee, The Masked Singer judge, and acclaimed record producer for Michael Jackson and Marc Anthony, presents themes from his new Bossanova-inspired album and sings in Spanish for the very first time.
A Tiny Audience: Celia Cruz Tribute
Jon Secada, Silvestre Dangond, Alejandra Guzmán, and Cimafunk celebrate the legendary Celia Cruz praise her monumental music legacy by adding their personal spin to "Guantanamera," "The Busco," "La Negra Tiene Tumbao," and "Pa' La Paloma."