The Siblings of Latin Music: Ha*Ash, Mau y Ricky, Los Dos Carnales & More

From The Beach Boys to Jackson 5 to the Jonas Brothers, musical family affairs have always existed —and maybe even moreso in the Latin music scene. 

One of the most notable Latin brother duos is Los Temerarios, who exclusively announced on Billboard last fall that they were parting ways after more than 40 years together. The act, composed of brothers Adolfo and Gustavo Ángel, have made strong waves on the Billboard charts, entering 41 songs on Hot Latin Songs, including 17 Top 10s and four No. 1s: “Ya Me Voy Para Siempre” (1997), “Porque Te Conoci” (1998), “Que De Raro Tiene” (2004), and “Si Tu Te Vas” (2008). 

Six-time Latin Grammy winners Jesse & Joy was formed in 2005 by brother and sister Jesse Huerta and Joy Huerta. The Mexican pop duo, which became a household name with their 2011 single “¡Corre!,” have placed 20 titles on the Latin Airplay chart and 17 on Hot Latin Songs. 

The talented Colombian brothers Manuel and Julian Turizo have also demonstrated that creating music with a sibling is magical. The former performs the songs and is the face of the project, while the latter produces, composes, plays the ukulele and does backup vocals. Since kicking off his career in 2016, the urban-pop star has earned 27 songs on Hot Latin Songs, including his 2022 hit “La Bachata,” which peaked at No. 67 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100

Like the Temerarios, the Huertas and the Turizos, the Latin music family affairs are endless across all genres — including reggaetón, pop, and música Mexicana. See Billboard‘s list below.

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