In case you missed it, here we tell it: Prodigy, Prince Royce and Charly Gracía

This week passed away, one of the most important rappers for the music scene in the United States, Prodigy, who since 1992 was part of the duo Mobb Deep and delighted his fans with songs like 'It's Mine', 'Quiet Storm' and 'Got It Twisted'. The artist died after a crisis of sickle cell anemia, a disease he had suffered since he was a child. Know the full story here.

There is also good news for the urban genre and this time come from the hand of Prince Royce, who from July 19 of this year will have a wax statue at the renowned Madame Tussauds museum in New York, a privilege that only have the most popular personalities in the world. Click here and find out the details of the construction of this figure.

Now in The Vatican also rocks with the rhythm of the best of Argentine rock, thanks to this week, Fabian "zorrito" Quintero traveled to Rome to give Pope Francisco the latest album by Charly Garcia, 'Random'. Everything with the aim of making real a part of the song of this one called 'La Máquina de ser Feliz', that says: "The machine of being happy, the Pope has it, I have it". Look at the full story here.