Viva Friday Playlist: Listen to New Latin Music From Carlos Vives, Wisin, Nacho & More


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

This week on the Viva Friday playlist, we've obtained Carlos Vives and Wisin’s “Si Me Das Tu Amor,” ”Nadie es Indispensable” by Intocable, and Tempo launched “Si a La Vida” to create consciousness about psychological well being points.

Carlos Vives & Wisin – “Si Me Das Tu Amor”

Carlos Vives and Wisin unite their expertise as soon as once more for the discharge of their new single "Si Me Das Tu Amor." The track, written by the Colombian star, is a press release of affection and ready to obtain the identical in return. The lyrics are mixed with vallenato and Wisin’s city touches. "It's time for excellent composers to start out writing to like," says Wisin, who is also a coach on Telemundo's La Voz present with Vives. "We are in love with life, kinds and our realities," provides Carlos Vives. -- SUZETTE FERNANDEZ

Nacho – “Nadie Sabe”

Venezuelan singer Nacho has launched “Nadie Sabe." The track tells a love story of a pair that retains their relationship a secret, torn by the guilt and pleasure of staying collectively, with no strings connected. The single was produced by the Colombian producer Andrés Saavedra, Andy Clay and Wilmo “Cuna” Belisario. With this track, Nacho positively follows his model and sound. The lyric will make you fall in love. -- SF

J Alvarez, Jowell & Randy – “Enamorate”

J Alvarez has teamed up with Jowell & Randy to offer life to their new collaboration, “Enamorate.” The single, which is a couple of man proving his like to a lady, is a rhythmic celebration fusing old-school reggaeton, sultry dancehall melodies and hints of soca and electronica. The colourful music video stars the three city acts joined by a bunch of lovely dancers and a particular cameo by J Alvarez’s twin sons, Alexander and Kazniel. “Enamorate” kinds a part of Alvarez’s upcoming album La Fama Que Camina Version 1.5. -- JESSICA ROIZ

Intocable - “Nadie es Indispensable”

With a heartfelt accordion, percussion beats and guitar riffs, Grupo Intocable presents their new single “Nadie es Indispensable,” a part of their album Percepción. The Tejano group, which has been making the rounds for the reason that early ‘90s, sheds gentle on the significance of self-love and psychological well being amid a poisonous relationship. “I’m not right here to beg you, sure I beloved you a large number, however that is over!” learn the lyrics, including, “If I’m leaving your aspect, I’m doing it for my well being.” -- JR

Lalo Ebratt, Sebastian Yatra & Yera feat. Trapical Minds – “Dejate Querer”

Leave it to Lalo Ebratt, Sebastian Yatra, Yera and Trapical Minds to throw a home celebration like no different of their new music video for “Dejate Querer.” In this new collaboration, Yatra joins Lalo, Yera and Trapical Minds to carry to gentle the contemporary, rising scene in Colombia. In true Lalo and Yatra style, “Dejate Querer” is a celebration bop full of colourful melodies. The music video lives as much as that. Watch it under. -- SF

Tempo – “Si a La Vida”

Alarmed by the fixed information about instances of suicide in Puerto Rico, the city interpreter Tempo composed "Sí a La Vida," which he recorded with Gustavo Laureano, lead singer of La Secta. The Puerto Rican artist admitted that somebody near him commited suicide 15 years in the past. With the track, Tempo needs to create consciousness and assist whoever wants it. -- SF

MITRE – “Tierra Mojada”

After fascinating us with "Los Santos del Amor", "El Callejón del Beso" and "Danzando Hacia La Luz," MITRE presents the group's first single of 2019, "Tierra Mojada.” The emotional single touches on the social subject of immigrants and the separation of households on the border in a chic and powerfully inventive music video filmed by Autumn Leaves Film in Los Medanos de Samalayuca in Chihuahua, Mexico. “Tierra Mojada” is MITRE’s fourth single off of their forthcoming album “El Callejón del Beso” out in April. -- JR