Viva Friday Playlist: Intocable Celebrates 25 Years With New Album, Gloria Trevi & Karol G Drop Collab, Plus More


Viva Friday is a compilation of the perfect new songs, albums, and movies really helpful by Billboard Latin editors.

Intocable – Percepción

Celebrating 25 years of success and a steady music profession, Intocable launched their first studio album in two years, Percepción. Released on Friday (Mar. 15), the set is dwelling to 14 new tracks, together with latest singles “Nadie es Indispensable” and “Beso Incompleto." Percepción was produced by Don Was, who has labored with artists corresponding to The Rolling Stones, John Mayer and Willie Nelson, to call just a few. Teaming up the famend producer completely sums up an album that fuses various rock, cumbia, rock n’ roll, and different genres with the group’s ever important Tejano sound. Listen to the album under. — JESSICA ROIZ

Greeicy, Nacho – “Destino”

Fusing each of their candy voices and good vibes, Colombian singer Greeicy has teamed up with Venezuelan artist Nacho in “Destino.” The feel-good observe with infectious city pop melodies is about two people who find themselves deeply in love with one another however future separated them. The finish of the music video sends an necessary message to everybody who misplaced a liked one: “The future of a real love, is the connection that not even demise can separate.” Watch under. — JESSICA ROIZ

Angélique Kidjo – "Quimbara"

The African musician and activist Angélique Kidjo was launched to Celia Cruz in her native Benin by means of the Cuban icon’s “Quimbara;” she later sang the tune along with the lady who grew to become her idol at a live performance in Paris. The rumba has now known as Kidjo to report her personal driving model of “Quimbara.” It’s the primary single from her upcoming Celia, an album of variations of Cruz’s songs that delves deep into the Cuban queen’s  African roots. — JUDY CANTOR-NAVAS

Rauw Alejandro, Chencho – "El Efecto"

Puerto Ricans singers Rauw Alejandro and Chencho have joined forces to launch a brand new reggaetón hit “El Efecto” (The impact).  The tune is about residing the second since you by no means know what’s going to occur tomorrow. The single was produced in Amsterdam along with Nigel Hamelinck, Ravi Ramdiha and Mr. Nais Gai. Working collectively on this new report they determined to make it their very own. — SUZETTE FERNANDEZ

Gloria Trevi, Karol G – "Hijoepu*#"

With Women's History Month in full swing, Gloria Trevi and Karol G dropped an unfiltered and catchy reggaeton bop known as "Hijuepu*#." In the only, the Mexican singer and Colombian city star, who will embark their "Diosa de la Noche" joint tour this yr, joined forces to ship a uncooked message to all of these dishonest males on the earth. They emphasize the message of their action-packed music video under.  — JESSICA ROIZ