This week, Billboard’s New Music Latin roundup and playlist — a compilation of the best new Latin songs, albums and videos recommended by Billboard Latin and Billboard Español editors — are powered by new music from Omar Montes (in collaboration with Nicky Jam) Fonseca, Santiago Cruz, Banda MS‘ first collaborative effort with Gloria Trevi, and more.
Latin supergroup Piso 21 unleashed a new 15-track album, Los Muchachos, powered by their signature fusion of pop and urban. Piso’s fifth studio album, which features collaborations with Nicky Jam, Elena Rose, Ryan Castro and Gabito Ballesteros, wounds through the catharsis that comes from falling in and out of love.
Meanwhile, Colombian singer-songwriter Fonseca sings of good memories on the new single “Canto a la Vida” — the second preview of his upcoming album in which, as he revealed to Billboard Español during Latin Music Week, he wants to pay tribute to Colombian music while rediscovering the sound of his beginnings. Additionally, Banda MS teams up with Mexican star Gloria Trevi for “Y Que Soporten,” marking the first collab between them. To the tune of a traditional-leaning banda sinaloense song Banda MS’ Alan Ramírez and Trevi trade verses about bumping into an ex who seemingly wants to restart a failed relationship.
In last week’s New Music Latin fan-related poll, Don Omar, Wisin and Yandel’s “Sandunga” won with more than 80 percent of the votes. They were followed by Juan Luis Guerra’s Radio Güira with over six percent of the votes. What’s your favorite new Latin music release of the week? Vote below!
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