From the archives: vibrant conversations with artists Daymé Arocena and iLe : Alt.Latino For another edition from our archives, we go back to interviews with vocalists Daymé Arocena and iLe much earlier in their careers.

From the archives: vibrant conversations with artists Daymé Arocena and iLe

From the archives: vibrant conversations with artists Daymé Arocena and iLe

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Cuban vocalist Daymé Arocena (above) and Puerto Rican vocalist iLe are featured in this week's show. Pablo Dewin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cuban vocalist Daymé Arocena (above) and Puerto Rican vocalist iLe are featured in this week's show.

Pablo Dewin/Courtesy of the artist

This week we continue to celebrate Women's History Month with a look back at two interviews with women vocalists at an early point in their accomplished careers. First, we have a 2016 interview with Cuban vocalist Daymé Arocena and a 2017 interview with Puerto Rican vocalist iLe.