Viva Friday Playlist: Best Songs Of the Week by Zion & Lennox, Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny and More


This week on Billboard's Viva Friday Playlist, listen to Zion & Lennox’s “Hola,” “Amigos Con Derecho” by Reik and Maluma and Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny’s new collab “Como Soy,” among others.

Viva Friday is a compilation the best new songs, albums and videos recommended by Billboard editors.

“Hola," Zion & Lennox

Zion & Lennox went all out in their new music video for “Hola,” flaunting their amazing acting skills as Agent Z and Detective Lennox. From reggaeton to cumbia with a hint pop/rock, the song fuses the best Latin music. The action-packed music video was filmed in Cuba by Daniel Duran with the participation Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2012 Bodine Koehler as the main model. As always, Zion & Lennox never fail to impress. Watch the video below and prepare to dance, wherever you are. -- JESSICA ROIZ

“Amigos Con Derecho,” Reik, Maluma

“Amigos con Derechos” continues Reik’s new urban/pop style. The song, which features Maluma, tells the story a couple who are in love but don’t want to give a title to their relationship. Amigos was penned by Julio Ramirez (Reik’s guitarist), Andres Castro and Servando Primera. -- SUZETTE FERNANDEZ

“Contigo Siempre,” Alejandro Fernandez, Sebastian Yatra

“With you, always,” is the simple message that Alejandro Fernandez sends out in his new single “Contigo Siempre” featuring Sebastian Yatra. The Mexican singer and the Colombian urban star combine their melodic voices to give life to a romantic pop-ballad with heartfelt lyrics. The music video is also a beautiful tribute to your loved ones. Watch it below. -- J.R.

“Tu Culpa,” Martina La Peligrosa

Martina La Peligrosa is back with another empowering song called “Tu Culpa." The song was released with a colorful video, in which Martina shows f her dance skills to a st caribbean rhythm track. -- S.F.

“Como Soy,” Pacho, Daddy Yankee, Bad Bunny

Superstars Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny have joined forces with Pacho to release “Como Soy” (Who I Am). The Latin trap song represents the Puerto Rican “street” culture, which is well connected in its music video. They chose to film it in a “caserio," the place where Latin trap was basically born, became popular and is the inspiration for most the street-style songs. Watch the video. -- S.F.