Ivan Cornejo, Andrés Cepeda & More: Which Is Your Favorite New Latin Music Release This Week? Vote!

This week, Billboard‘s New Music Latin roundup and playlist — curated by Billboard Latin and Billboard Español editors — feature fresh new releases from artists such as Ivan Cornejo, Andrés Cepeda, Reik, Joss Favela and more.

Mexican American teen Ivan Cornejo delivers a new sad sierreño song that his fans could soon turn into a new anthem. “Baby Please” finds the 19-year-old pleading for a second chance. “This song was inspired by the desperate desire we feel during our lowest moments in a break up,” he said in a statement. “We hate the attachment, but love the thought of a rekindled love.”

Meanwhile, Reik presents their latest titled “Abril,” which begins as a soft ballad, harmoniously led by strings and vocals, and then evolves with electronic elements into a contemporary pop-style piece. In the realm of pop, Colombian singer-songwriter Andrés Cepeda released “Prométeme” — his first under Warner Music México — in which he sings about the thrill of beginning of a relationship: “Promise me that you’ll still stay when I fail/ When as time passes, I give myself away and the truth comes out/ When our lips touch and lose their electricity/ Promise me that you’ll still stay until the end.”


Other new releases include Joss Favela and Los Plebes del Rancho de Ariel Camacho’s “Somos,” Ovy on the Drums and Myke Towers’ Cassette 1 — a joint EP — and Yeison Jimenez & Luis Ángel “El Flaco’s” “Hasta El Último Momento.”

Last week, Thalia and Ángela Aguilar’s “Troca” won the poll with more than 86 percent of the votes. They were followed by Grupo Frontera and Christian Nodal’s “Ya Pedo Quien Sabe” with more than four percent of the votes. Which your favorite new Latin music release of this week? Vote below!

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