Jean Carlos Gonzalez Batista
This week, we have a new Latin music roundup — a collection of the best songs, albums and videos recommended by our editors. Latin bulletin board And Spanish bulletin board – Fueled by new music from Chayanne, Jay Wheeler, Laura Pausini and more.
It’s worth noting that there were a handful of studio albums released this week, starting with Chayanne’s debut collection in nine years, Let’s dance again. If the title is any indication, the diverse nine-track excursion finds the Puerto Rican singer-songwriter reinventing his sound with plenty of up-tempo melodies while maintaining the essence of his ballads. He moves from bachata on “Bailando bachata” to ranchera on “Vamos un Segundo” and cumbia on “Como tú y yo,” which samples his 1998 hit “Dejaría todo.” The first of the three reached the top of the Tropical Airplay chart painting in August, its first number since 2008.
Known as the “Romantic Voice”, especially for his romantic R&B songs and love lyrics, Jay Wheeler is now showing a more provocative side to… earthy, his first entirely trap album. On the LP, which includes an encouraging message from Arcángel on the introductory track and includes the previously released hit “Pacto,” “the Puerto Rican star manages to maneuver between hurt, vulnerability and desire across dozens of songs,” says Isabella Raygoza. to Spanish bulletin board.
Other releases this week include Greeicy’s energetic dance song “Espejo,” which celebrates self-love. Elena Rose’s ode to her native Venezuela with Danny Ocean and Jerry Dee’s “Caracas in the Year 2000”; And Lenny Tavarez’s first attempt at salsa with “El Yate”, to name a few.
In our latest New Latin Music poll, Anita’s song “Miltiempos” won over 49% of the fan votes. It was followed by “Inocente” by Gloria Trevi, with a rate of more than 28%. What’s your favorite new Latin music release this week? Vote below!
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