Viva Friday is a compilation of one of the best new songs, albums and movies beneficial by Billboard Latin editors.
This week, take a look at recent finds from Karol G and Maluma, Ozuna, and rather more.
Karol G & Maluma, “Creeme”
Karol G and Maluma lastly launched their highly effective musical collaboration titled "Creeme” ("Believe Me"). The tune is a narrative of a annoyed love after falling into monotony, lies and mistrust. The single was launched together with a music video that options scenes the place the singers present their performing aspect as a pair that wishes to be collectively however many issues separate them. -- SUZETTE FERNANDEZ
Ozuna's newest music video presents the story of a person who's in love with a lady who he can solely see with digital actuality glasses, however in the long run, it turns into actual. The clip was directed by Nuno Gomes, who has made most of Ozuna's movies. -- S.F.
Manu Manzo, "Caminando"
Manu Manzo continues to overcome music lovers world wide together with her new single "Caminando." Known for her soulful and chill sound, the singer dips her toes within the city scene, dropping a colourful reggaeton tune that talks about girls empowerment and independence. Watch beneath. -- JESSICA ROIZ
Mateo Kingman, "Religar"
“Religar” is Ecuadorian Mateo Kingman’s opening single of his sophomore album fraught with wistful reservations. The runner-turned-musician raps poetically, wielding a frantic cry for survival. The tune’s music video, directed by Ana Cristina Barragan and filmed in Quito and Valle de los Chillos, Ecuador serves as a brief that initiatives the truth of a bewildered youth, which corrupted by the ingratitude of life, reduce their wishes and search solace of their companionship. -- PAMELA BUSTIOS
Tommy Torres & Sebastian Yatra, “Atado Entre Tus Manos”
Tommy Torres is again with a brand new ballad, this time in collaboration with Colombian singer Sebastian Yatra. The tune could be very easy, within the model of Torres, and exposes Yatra to a style he has by no means carried out earlier than. The lyrics of the tune are very deep and element how a lady left them in love and by no means returned. -- S.F.
Rosalia, El Mal Querer
Rosalia’s album El Mal Querer is probably the most anticipated album this 12 months. With her pop/flamenco model, the Spanish singer has captivated everybody. The album exceeds expectations and even has a number of surprises that her followers didn't learn about. -- S.F.
Luis Coronel, "Mentirosa"
Luis Coronel takes the reigns as soon as once more with the discharge of his new single "Mentirosa." Opening the dialog about love, disappointment, and betrayal, Coronel reveals a extra mature aspect to him on this comeback. "Mentirosa" is a style of all the brand new initiatives Luis has in retailer for his followers in 2019. Check it out beneath. -- J.R.
Singer Inna has launched “Ra,” a brand new tune that establishes a sense of empowerment as she renounces a poisonous relationship and stands sturdy within the visible. It reaffirms the significance of getting a voice, particularly as a lady. -- S.F.
Monsieur Periné, “Veneno”
The three-time 2018 Latin Grammy nominees Monsieur Periné are again with “Veneno,” a tune written by the band and Julieta Venegas. -- S.F.
Wolfine, "Le Pido a Dios"
After charming the world together with his infectious observe, "Bella," Wolfine returns with "Le Pido a Dios." In this tune, the Colombian singer talks about "the significance of affection in the direction of God, household, and family members, utilizing probably the most highly effective software, music." Watch the heartfelt music video beneath. -- J.R.
Leslie Grace & Farina, "Lunes a Jueves"
Leslie Grace and Farina are right here to let you know that they're not placing up along with your bullshit! Raw and unapologetic, the Dominican and Colombian singers ship "Lunes a Jueves," a tune that calls out these males who solely desire a booty name. Check out the fierce and colourful music video beneath. -- J.R.
Brytiago, Darrel, Daddy Yankee, Ozuna & Anuel AA, "Asesina (Remix)"
The Latin Urban scene just isn't going wherever, and this squad is right here to show it. Daddy Yankee, Ozuna, and Anuel AA have jumped on Brytiago and Darrel's "Asesina," giving life to a remix that may simply develop into your new favourite tune. The music video reveals simply how sturdy the fusion is between la vieja and nueva escuela of reggaeton. -- J.R.