Becky G‘s new song and music video “They Ain’t Ready” was released today.
“This song stands for a lot of things that are meaningful to me, but especially now, it stands for hope. I hope it can mean something for you too. 🤍 #TheyAintReady out now! I’ll be on the YouTube video page chatting with you guys before the premiere tomorrow at 9am PT. 🥰 Link in bio! Merch link in my story ❤️ All proceeds will benefit LA Students Most In Need @calfund,” she wrote on Instagram.
Becky‘s brother Frankie helped design some new merch with ALL proceeds going to LA Students Most in Need, which supports the students across the Los Angeles Unified communities who no longer have the benefit of attending school every day.
Funds will be used to provide meals and urgently needed supplies for students and their families, and address the digital divide by providing technology to students so they may access online tools and resources to continue their learning during the school closures.
Becky G took to Instagram on Friday (April 10) to share the exciting news with fans.
“I’ve been thinking about releasing this song for awhile now and hadn’t decided on a date yet,” she captioned a photo of the artwork. “My team and I decided last week that right now just felt right. However, I must say this release is slightly bittersweet. At the time, this song was meant to inspire others to fight for love and come together despite their differences. Today, it not only stands for that, but also hope.”
“My brother @iamfrankieg has been helping me design some super dope, super special merch just for this release,” she continued. “All proceeds from the merch will benefit LA Students Most In Need, a fund within the California Community Foundation @calfund. I will also have a Donate button on YouTube for the music video for anyone who would like to donate. No amount is too small. 🙌🏽 If you would like to learn more about LA Students Most In Need, please check out the info below. There are so many ways that we can help— not only to keep children safe, but to help them to be able to keep up with their studies and keep learning. We’re all in this together. ❤️ #TheyAintReady coming 4/13. Pre-save now at smarturl.it/xTheyAintReady.”
“LA Students Most in Need supports the students across the Los Angeles Unified communities who no longer have the benefit of attending school every day,” she added. “Funds will be used to provide meals and urgently needed supplies for students and their families, and address the digital divide by providing technology to students so they may access online tools and resources to continue their learning during the school closures.”
Pre-save it here!
Bad Bunny has released a surprise new track titled “En Casita” (“At Home”), featuring his girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri
The 26-year-old “Yo Perreo Sola” singer and Gabriela are currently quarantined together in Puerto Rico.
“‘EN CASITA’ con @gabrielaberlingeri ??? [link en mi bio],” Bad Bunny wrote on Instagram on Saturday (April 4).
“I don’t want to die and I also don’t want to break the law / but being stuck here until May 16 really sucks,” he sings, also bringing up AutoTune, canceled shows, wanting to reunite with his loved ones, and staying up late to play video games.
ICYMI, see photos of Bad Bunny wearing nothing at all while quarantined at home!
Listen to “En Casita” via Soundcloud now.
CNCO have released their latest single “Honey Boo“, which features Natti Natasha! They group filmed the video for the song in Puerto Rico.
“Honey Boo” is the first song off of the group’s upcoming third album and was written by all five members, along with Patrick Ingunza and Daniel Rondon.
Earlier this year, CNCO attended the 2020 Premio Lo Nuestro where they picked up the award for Pop/Rock Group or Duo. They also recently attended Premios Tu Musica Urbano where they won the award in the same category!
Maluma has released his new song and music video named“Que Chimba”.
The impromptu video was shot entirely on a mobile phone, and follows Maluma as he dances through the streets of Prague and Munich. The video was shot in early March in the midst of his European tour.
Unfortunately due to the ongoing health crisis, Maluma had to postpone the majority of his tour and is now back in his native Medellin as he self-quarantines.
From home, Maluma and his El Arte de los Sueños foundation are helping people effected by the pandemic by providing them with meals and groceries.
He has also donated Respirator-Mouthguards with N-95 valves, single-use hospital uniforms and more than 10 thousand units of gloves to entities such as the Hospital San Rafael in Venecia, the Ces Prado Centro Clinic, and the San Vicente Hospital Foundation in Rio Negro.