WRITER, CURATOR, REGGATEON HISTORIAN, LOCUTORA, PODCASTER, RESEARCHER
NOW BOOKING FOR FALL 2021:
panel discussions, artist talks, cultural curation
Katelina “Gata” Eccleston is an internationally renowned music historian, creative and entrepreneur whose work is focused on the analysis and social paradigms of Reggaeton. Her opinions have helped shape the landscape of Reggaeton in publications such as The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Tidal and many others.
Image Credit goes to "Jigsaw Graffiti".
Katelina is completing various Reggaeton multimedia projects, Latinx culture and comedy multimedia projects via En latinidad and will do so long term.
Reggaeton Con La Gata
Bilingual Reggaeton History and Curation
Gata's bilingual work via Reggaeton Con La Gata has shifted the social paradigm of Reggaeton in media. Her application of Critical Race Theory + Intersectional Analysis of Reggaeton has helped shape opinions across a variety of publications all over the world - from The United States, Canada, Australia, The United Kingdom and beyond.