Viva Friday Playlist: The Best Latin Music This Week From Nacho & Ozuna, Natti Natasha and More

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This week on Viva Friday, the best new songs, albums and videos the week include Venezuelan singer Nacho collaborating with Ozuna on the new song “Casualidad,” Natti Natasha going beyond reggaeton for her new single “Quien Sabe,” and Cornelio Vega y su Dinastía coming back with new single “Fue Un Error Amarte.”

Viva Friday is a compilation new songs, albums and videos recommended by Billboard Latin's editors.

Nacho and Ozuna – “Casualidad”

Venezuela and Puerto Rico’s sounds have merged for this refreshing and danceable song “Casualidad.” Both Nacho and Ozuna share the same music style with romantic lyrics. The song was dropped with its music video, which you can watch below. — Suzette Fernández

Cornelio Vega y Su Dinastia, “Fue un Error Amarte” (The Error was Loving You)

The accordion anchors this track about romantic heartache in a tender ballad. Enter Cornelio Vega, the veteran regional Mexican singer, and his son the same name, who relaunched his career two years ago along with his fspring (also a songwriter), attracting a new generation fans with catchy songs like this one and more on the way. — Justino Aguila

Natti Natasha – “Quien Sabe”

Who says that Natti Natasha only sings reggaeton? The Dominican singer went back to her roots for a seductive bachata song titled “Quien Sabe.” With this track, Natti Natasha is establishing that she is not just an urban artist and makes clear that she can also go beyond her musical limits. — SF

Latin Bitman feat. Jesse Baez & Juan Ingaramo – “Truss Me”

Chilean DJ and producer, Latin Bitman, croons to love and its bonds in this Latin contemporary R&B-infused tune with vocals by Guatemalan Jesse Baez and Argentinean Juan Ingaramo. “Truss Me,” which also incorporates neo-soul beats, is the second single from Bitman’s fifth studio album Hommies. — Pamela Bustios

Robin Schulz and Piso 21 – “Oh Child”

German producer Robin Schulz, behind the dance-pop hit “Sugar,” hooks up with Colombia's Piso 21 for a summer single that swings over a steady dancehall beat. — Kat Bein