Becky G has dropped her steamy video for “Mayores” on Friday (July 14), delivering a sexy visual for her equally sex-charged reggaeton bop.
Featuring Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny as her beau and partner in crime, the sultry clip shows Becky working a posh speakeasy, where she scams rich men out of their jewelry and cash. It’s seductive, funny and pure fuego.
After weeks of teasing fans, J Balvin has finally released his latest single, "Mi Gente."
The Colombian heartthrob joined forces with Willy William, who was the most searched up French artist on Shazam back in 2016, to create an irresistible track with Carribean influence. The video, which premiered on Friday, has already reached more than six million views in just a few hours.
“Mi Gente” embodies the idea of unity through the vibrant colors on the background, as well as the diverse cast of dancers who appear in the highly anticipated video. Among the people featured is Italian millionaire Gianluca Vacchi, who went viral after posting a video dancing to Ricky Martin's "La Mordidita."
Jennifer Lopez Sets Release Date for Third Spanish-Language Single, 'Ni Tu Ni Yo' With Gente de Zona
Jennifer Lopez has announced the release date for her third Spanish-language single "Ni Tu Ni Yo" featuring Gente de Zona, Billboard has learned.
The new single will be out on Wednesday, July 4. Lopez made the official announcement through her social media, posting the single’s cover. "Making new music," she wrote.
“Ni Tu Ni Yo” follows her previous single “Mírate”, which was released exclusively as part of the Billboard Latin Music Awards 2017. Earlier this year, Lopez announced her new Spanish-language album, which is being produced by her ex-husband, Marc Anthony.
Shakira has announced dates for her El Dorado World Tour. The pop superstar will perform songs from her new album of the same name at over 30 arena concerts in Europe and the United States, she announced Tuesday (June 27).
The tour kicks off in Cologne, Germany, on Nov. 8 and continues until the end of the year in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and other European countries. After a break for the holidays, Shakira is set to open her U.S. tour at Orlando’s Amway Center on Jan. 9, 2018.
El Dorado is currently no. 1 on Billboard’s top Latin Albums chart, following its release on May 26. Take a look at her tour announcement below, and click here for a list of dates.
Back in May, Sammi Sanchez unveiled her latest single “Deeper.”
Now, the 19-year-old popstar, who was signed by American Idol judge Randy Jackson in 2016, is back with a lyric video for her upbeat song and we're premiering it here exclusively! The video, which is shot with heavy red lighting, features the Mexican singer busting some moves as the lyrics roll out. From breaking it down on the street to rocking hippy sunglasses, Sanchez's video is a must-watch.
Meet Atmsphre, a DJ duo blending the most esteemed classical music of the past with today’s best electronic hits – and they look damn good doing it!
Natalia Barulich and Esther Anaya are the perfectly contoured Latina beauties swinging their gorgeous long locks and pin-up physiques behind turntables. These multifaceted musicians have an artsy background unlike any other. It's no surprise that they got the attention of their manager, Randy Jackson.
Anaya is a Colombian-born classically trained violinist, and cubana Barulich is a professional ballerina-turned-model. Oh! And both ladies sing over their genre-fused power packed mixes.
If they look familiar it’s because Barlulich has posed and covered Maxim South Africa, Esquire Malaysia, FHM Thailand, L’Officiel Magazine and is currently one of the faces of GUESS. Likewise, Anaya and her impressive strings have shared the stage with Rihanna, Cristian Castro and Kanye West, to name a few.
Still, what they are most passionate about are their DJ sets. Currently globetrotting, the dynamic duo was scratching across SoundCloud when they received a major breakthrough. Medellín’s own Maluma cast Barulich as the leading lady in a risky love triangle together with heartthrob Wilmer Valderrama for his “Felices los 4” video, bringing the pair a bigger spotlight than ever before. After that, their fan base grew worldwide, and twosome's A-List events did, too. With a sold-out solo show under their belt and campaigns for conglomerates such as, Nike, Apple, Bentley, Samsung and Verizon Wireless, collectively, these ladies are floating through the big leagues. But in the meantime, they’re bound to get your favorite celebs partying.
Justin Bieber recently joined artistic forces with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee on a "Despacito" remix, which took the world by storm when he showed off his Spanish-speaking skills. Since it’s debut, the collaboration has become the first Spanish-language song to peak at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 list in 20 years.
But on Tuesday, Bieber caused controversy when he made a surprise appearance at 1 OAK in New York City to give partygoers a mini concert. Bieber, who seemed to have forgotten the lyrics from his own hit, was caught singing “blah, blah, blah” instead of the Spanish chorus. “I don’t know the words,” the Biebs told the audience. Of course, after the footage became public fans immediately voiced their disappointment on the singer for not remembering the lyrics.
For many, the teen sensation's decision to sing in Spanish for the first time was a big accomplishment. Fonsi, who revealed the collaboration was the Bieber's idea, applauded Justin for learning how to properly pronounce the words from the song. "Listen, laberinto and manuscrito are big words for us Spanish speakers, so imagine for somebody who doesn't speak Spanish," The Puerto Rican star told NBC. "Let me give all the credit to Mr. Justin Bieber because it was his idea to do the chorus in Spanish. We had a full English lyrics already written out for him, and he said, 'Ahh ah. No. I'm doing this the real way. I'm doing this in Spanish.' He did it on point, so hats off to the Biebs."
There’s nothing slow about how Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” has taken over the music charts worldwide.
The “Despacito” remix featuring Justin Bieber officially hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 on Monday, making it the first mostly Spanish-language song to claim the spot since the “Macarena” in 1996. The only other song to achieve this in history was “La Bamba,” according to Forbes.
The original single, which has over a billion views on YouTube, was released in January and quickly climbed the charts in Latin America and Europe. But in the United States, it wasn’t until Bieber remixed the song in April that it began making its way to the top.
When the remix was first released on YouTube, it raked in approximately 20 million views in the first 24 hours and became the biggest debut of a music video on the site in 2017 so far, according to Billboard.
Fonsi spoke about the single’s success on AOL’s Build on Wednesday.
“We’re taking over ‘Macarena,’ baby,” he said. “It’s amazing. It’s a blessing. It’s been such an amazing ride ever since we released the song with Daddy Yankee first thing this year. It just started connecting with people.”
The Puerto Rican star also discussed the importance of the Bieber remix.
“He wanted to join the movement and he asked us to be a part of the song, which I think is great for Latin music to have such a huge superstar to want to sing a song in Spanish,” Fonsi said.
Este es el sonido de la "bienaventuranza": el viernes fue solo un oficio más para Jennifer López, quien compartió un fragmento de nueva música con los fans en Instagram.
La superestrella del pop publicó un clip de una orquesta interpretando una exuberante instrumentalización el 7 de abril a sus medios de comunicación social, dando a los oyentes un vistazo a su próximo álbum en español. "Cuando [tu] música está cobrando vida delante de tus ojos", subtituló el video de su "musica nueva".
La sexy versión en español del rapero de Miami Pitbull, el cantante-productor colombiano J Balvin y la ardiente canción de Fuck of the Furious de Camila Cabello, "Hey Ma", se cayó en línea a medianoche, el 10 de marzo, y ahora el videoclip está aquí Para calentar aún más las cosas.
En el clip, las tres estrellas de la música internacional llegaron a las coloridas calles de Cuba para una vibrante parte de baile intercalada con escenas de la película impulsada por el automóvil (literalmente).