First Stream Latin is a compilation of the perfect new Latin songs, albums and movies advisable by the Billboard Latin editors. Try this week’s picks under.
Wisin, Camilo & Los Legendarios, “Buenos Días” (Sony Music Latin)
Putting the right steadiness between pop and reggaeton, Puerto Rican hitmaker Wisin joins forces with Camilo for “Buenos Días,” a swooning love music. “Good morning, how good that you’re nonetheless by my aspect, what a shock to get up and see you carrying my shirt,” Camilo cheerfully sings. Wisin jumps within the music’s refrain to backup Camilo rapping, “Simply go away me your mouth, simply go away me your physique, what’s given can’t be taken again.”
The observe drops alongside a music video that options singer-songwriter Evaluna (additionally Camilo’s spouse) as Wisin’s daughter. Within the video, Camilo, who performs Evaluna’s boyfriend, is humorously discovering methods to get alongside along with his jealous father-in-law. Sound wild? Simply watch the video under. — GRISELDA FLORES
Pablo Alborán, “Castillos de Area” (Warner Music Spain)
“Castillos de Area” is a robust ballad that expresses the sensation of beginning over, and offers hope after one thing already broke. Penned by the Spanish singer-songwriter, this piano-accompanied observe walks listeners by way of the feelings transmitted from the lyrics of the music and the emotions of Alboran’s vocals. “We now have made sandcastles we had began once more when the ocean knocked on the doorways, we’ve made a path for every hurricane; we’ve seen desires burn and all of the sudden see how they’re reborn with only a kiss, we’ve created an empire with all of the stones,” he sings within the first verse. — INGRID FAJARDO
Don Omar, “Sincero” (Unisono, LLC/Saban Music Group)
After returning with hard-hitting beats within the Residente-assisted “Stream HP” and “Se Menea” with Nio Garcia, Don Omar takes it down a notch in his first single of the 12 months, “Sincero.” Marking his third single through a partnership with Saban Music, the famend reggaeton artist is solidifying his extremely anticipated comeback with this down-tempo city observe produced by Veterano.
“This music tells the story of a person who’s weak when he loses his accomplice, and he or she doesn’t give him hope to return again,” Don mentioned in a press release. “When one goes by way of a state of affairs of heartbreak, it’s after we are most delicate, and we don’t thoughts brazenly displaying our emotions to let that individual understand how a lot we want them.” The video was directed by My_Oldskyn and Harold, and stars Cuban actress Rachell Vallori. — JESSICA ROIZ
Sebastian Yatra, J Quiles, L-Gante, “Regresé” (Common Music Latin)
Yatra elevates the city/rap collab format with this evocative observe that begins merely along with his voice over a guitar, then incorporates Quiles’ chanteo over nonetheless atmospheric accompaniment earlier than lastly giving method to a reggaetón beat. The addition of L-Gante’s deep vocals within the final quarter of the music provides a remaining flourish and highlights three distinct musical types from three totally different international locations: Colombia, Puerto Rico, and Argentina. Despite the fact that the rap lyrics, particularly, are a bit drained, there’s sufficient musicality right here to make this observe worthy of many listens. — LEILA COBO
Maria Angeliq, “La Tóxica” (Common Music Latin)
Depart it to Mariah Angeliq to ship one of many first Latin feminine anthems of 2022. In “La Tóxica” (“The Poisonous One”), the 22-year-old artist isn’t letting anybody dictate the kind of girl she ought to be. Within the liberating observe, she confesses, “I’m the poisonous one, problematic … at all times pure, by no means plastic.”
Powered by a hypnotic reggaeton drum beat, the cheeky observe dropped alongside a music video that finds Mariah Angeliq having the final word sleepover along with her woman squad. — G.F.
FMK, Maria Becerra, “Tranquila” (Sony Music Argentina)
Argentina’s music scene just isn’t solely blossoming, but additionally innovating, as greatest heard within the newest collaboration to return in another country: FMK and Maria Becerra. The rising artists have joined forces for a melodious city observe that fuses conventional cumbia villera beats on the helm of producer Massive One. Marking their first single of 2022 and collaborative effort, “Tranquila” is about being so infatuated with somebody and never caring if they’re in a relationship. “Chill out, I realized the way to share and that’s why I’m not jealous,” goes a part of the catchy observe. — J.R.
Mau Y Ricky & Eladio Carrion, “No Puede Ser” (Sony Music Latin)
Brothers Mau Y Ricky crew up with Puerto Rican artist Eladio Carrion for a trippy synth-pop/punk observe. A nostalgic music about not with the ability to shake off a relationship that continues to hang-out you, “No Puede Ser” additional cements the experimental pop development Latin acts have dabbled in, together with Camilo (“Pesadilla”) and CNCO “PHA.” Mid-song, Carrion enters the music’s storyline. Whereas he was alleged to be at an amusement park along with his buddies who’re heartbroken, he comes up with the right excuse to not be there. “My canine bought misplaced, once more,” he explains, leaving Mau Y Ricky much more depressed.
The video was directed by Stillz (Unhealthy Bunny, J Balvin). — G.F.
Raymix, Te Voy a Conquistar (UMG Recordings)
Mexican singer-songwriter Raymix dropped his new studio album, Te Voy a Conquistar, following his units Oye Mujer, Faux Lover, and Cumbias Para Bailar. Dwelling to 18 tracks penned by the younger Mexican artist, the set kicks off with the main focus title observe in collaboration with NZO, a playful electrocumbia blended with tropical colours that greatest symbolize his musical type. The album carries his beforehand launched Paulina Rubio-assisted observe “Tú y Yo,” which reached No.3 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay chart, in addition to collabs with Colombian singer-songwriter Esteman, Horacio Palencia, amongst others. — I.F.
Eix x Ir-Sais, “Toco, Toco” (Duars Leisure)
Eix, who appeared on many individuals’s radar after opening for Rauw Alejandro’s world tour, has joined forces with Ir-Sais for his new banger “Toco, Toco.” Co-produced by Eric Luis Perez Rovira and Fran Fussion, the music is filled with musical flavors, from a slow-tempo reggaeton to a sultry dancehall, highlighting the union between Puerto Rico, Bonaire, and the Dominican Republic. In “Toco,” each newcomers additionally flaunt their dulcet vocals and harmonies, singing a few woman who makes their heartbeat go “toco, toco.” — J.R.