Viva Friday Playlist With Bad Bunny, Nicky Jam & More: Listen


Viva Friday is a compilation of one of the best new songs, albums and movies really useful by Billboard Latin editors.

This week on the Viva Friday playlist:

Bad Bunny — "Solo de Mi"

Bad Bunny’s "Solo de Mi" video was launched in help of ladies affected by home violence. The emotional clip reveals a younger lady in entrance of a microphone, lip syncing the music. As the music progresses, she receives blows to the purpose the place she stops and crosses her arms. Then, a sturdy lady is reborn. — Suzette Fernandez

Nicky Jam, Farruko and Amenazzy — “Baby”

Nicky Jam, Farruko and Amenazzy joined forces to return to the roots of romantic reggaeton within the new music "Baby," produced by Alex Gargolas and Rimas Music. The music takes Nicky Jam and Farruko to the start of their careers. Watch the music video beneath. — SF

Natti Natasha — "Lamento tu perdida" 

Natti Natasha wraps 2018 with a music to dedicate to your ex! Following the discharge of her single "Me Gusta," the Dominican singer drops "Lamento tu perdida" (Sorry for Your Loss). The lyric video reveals Natti belting phrases corresponding to "with out me you're nothing" and "you needed to lose me to learn to worth me," additional proving that 2018 was the yr for sturdy, fearless, and impartial girls. 

De La Ghetto — "Como Baila"

A sensual old-school reggaeton melody laced with sultry lyrics, De La Ghetto presents "Como Baila." His new single and music video is a part of his 2018 album "Mi Movimiento," an album that took over three years within the making however demonstrates De La's musical progress and essence — as heard in "Como Baila." — JR

Paloma Mami — "No Te Enamores"

Twenty-nineteen is coming full power with a brand new wave of gifted girls in music. Behold, Paloma Mami, an rising artist from Chile who's enchanting music lovers one music at a time together with her infectious songs. Releasing her new single and video below Sony Music Latin, Paloma Mami presents "No Te Enamores," a catchy Latin entice that tells it simply how it’s: "don't fall in love with me." Listen to the music beneath. — JR