Within days of unveiling new music, many of their 220,000-plus followers have listened and commented, and that activity adds up. The views earn Dueto Dos Rosas enough money to keep the operation going. Payouts have bought them a faster computer, better music production software and elegant wardrobes to wear in the videos. One shift toward broader acceptance was prompted in part by Viva! Pomona’s mission to celebrate both Spanish- and English-language LatinX artists and signals the sisters’ desire to lure more listeners: “A Spanglish song will help us get a wider audience,” Emily says.