Within the midst of the worldwide pandemic, CNCO bought collectively to work on a brand new album known as Déjà Vu and slated for an early 2021 launch. Now, they current “Tan Enamorados,” the primary single from the set, which revamps Ricardo Montaner’s 1988 basic into a contemporary reggaeton-pop track. “There was a set of songs that instantly got here to thoughts, these romantic ballads that all of us like to sing alongside to,” the group expressed. “Whereas we take a while to work on our personal unique songs, we determined to have some enjoyable and convey again a number of the basic songs from the previous, with a CNCO twist.” The black-and-white music video for “Tan Enamorados” exhibits the boys flaunting their energy vocals within the streets of New York.
Marc Anthony, “Un Amor Eterno (model balada)” (Sony Music Latin)
Marc Anthony holds nothing again on this ballad model of a track initially recorded to a salsa beat for final yr’s OPUS. Richly orchestrated and filled with chord modifications, “Un Amor Eterno” is ideal fodder for Marc Anthony’s vocal acrobatics.
Erika Ender, MP3-45 (BMG Rights Administration)
In Erika Ender’s most private and intimate album but, the Panamanian singer-songwriter bares all of it in her set titled MP3-45. The “Despacito” co-writer opens the 9-track set with a classic dance band cowl of Alberto Zarzar’s “Abrázame.” She then slows issues down with stunning ballads “Só Louco” and “Once I Fall in Love” setting the stripped-down tone for the rest of the album which finds an emotional Ender singing about falling out and in of affection. “This album has to do with my construction as a human being and as an artist,” Ender tells Billboard. “MP3 is the format we hearken to music these days and 45 takes me again to 45RPM which is how I used to hearken to music once I was rising up at my mum or dad’s home. That music fashioned me as a songwriter. I keep in mind I’d pay attention and write down the lyrics and listing the credit, I used to be fascinated by all of that. I’m bringing that little Erika to the girl I’m now. It’s a digital classic. It has profound, deep lyrics and I sing in three completely different languages as a result of I come from a multicultural household.”
Christian Nodal & Angela Aguilar, “Dime Cómo Quieres” (Common Music México)
Regional Mexican singers Christian Nodal and Angela Aguilar joined forces for his or her first-ever collaboration titled “Dime Cómo Quieres,” a conventional ranchera observe that was penned by Nodal and Edgar Barrera. “Dime Cómo Quieres” finds the 21-year-old singer head over heels for Aguilar who, in return, isn’t impressed by Nodal’s sort gestures. In any case, she’s not the kind of lady who simply falls for a man, she sings. “To collaborate with Nodal is a large alternative for me,” 17-year-old Aguilar advised Billboard. “It’s additionally a duet that might be necessary for this new technology of regional Mexican singers. Consider what the duet between Juan Gabriel and Rocio Durcal meant again then. It was momentous and that’s how this feels proper now.” Hearken to the heartwarming and harmless observe under.
Beele x Piso 21, “De 0 a Siempre” (Hear This Music)
As he continues to make waves within the music scene, Beele teamed up with Piso 21 for his new single “De 0 a Siempre,” approaching the heels of collaborations with Lunay, Natti Natasha, Farruko, and Manuel Turizo. Becoming a member of forces for the primary time, the Colombian artists ship a catchy Caribbean pop fusion about being devoted to that particular particular person. “Keep in mind you’re not alone / From zero to at all times in my coronary heart / Within the midst of dancing horny, solely the 2 of us,” says the lyrics. Filmed in Medellin by director Laura Castellanos, the music video exhibits a various crowd and the artist’s playful chemistry.
Rauw Alejandro, Afrodisiaco (Sony Music Latin / Duars Leisure)
Following a spate of hits over the previous two years, Puerto Rican newcomer Rauw Alejandro releases a debut, 16-track set that mines his many inclinations, from EDM (in “Química,” that includes the Martinez Brothers and Zion & Lennox) to pop (the “Tattoo” remix with Camilo) to R&B (“Temper,” that includes Sech). It’s a powerful debut, and Rauw Alejandro’s syrupy vocals, typically paying homage to Ozuna, lend a welcome melodic contact to up to date city beats.
Jhay Cortez, “Kobe En LA” (Common Music Latino)
The 27-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter launched his newest single titled “Kobe En LA,” an experimental uptempo reggaetón observe which he advised Billboard showcases his two “massive moods.” The track kicks off with a dramatic interlude the 27-year-old calls “el precio de la fama (the price of fame),” that includes Buscabulla lead singer Raquel Berrios. Within the track, Cortez sings about paying the worth for being a well-known particular person. “I’ve a worth on my head … what do they need from me? They wish to kill me, I wish to die, once you’re not right here with me.” He then transitions to the principle track, “Kobe En LA,” a prideful observe wherein he sings about his speedy success and the love his followers have for him. “In P.R. they love me like they love Kobe in LA,” he confesses. Towards the top of the track, he returns to el precio de la fama, this time that includes rising feminine artist Séssi.
Morat, “Al Aire” (Common Music Spain)
All of us want some feel-good Latin pop every so often. Welcome again Morat with this cute, catchy name to like –wherever it could be– laced with rock and acoustic guitars. The joyful tempo, coupled with an instantly hummable melody, make this one so as to add to your glad playlist, pronto.
Georgel & Monogem, “Míranos” (The Sixth Home / EMPIRE)
Mexican singer-songwriter Georgel groups up with indie electro-pop songstress Monogem to ship “Míranos,” a soulful dreamy pop observe fused with R&B. “Míranos,” penned by Georgel and Claudia Brant, finds the pair questioning whether or not it’s price it or to not save a relationship that has turned bitter. The groovy observe is the primary collaboration between the Berklee Faculty of Music alum.
Terco92, “Carta para el Congreso #2”
Peruvians have fled to the streets to protest in opposition to the ousting of President Martin Vizcarra who was pressured out of energy on Monday for “ethical incapacity” within the political trial opened in opposition to him based mostly on unproven accusations that he accepted bribes. About half of the Parliament who pushed for the removing of the President are going through prison investigations of their very own (cash laundering, murder, amongst different critical prices). Because of the present civil unrest within the South American nation, native rapper Terco92 (actual identify: Juan Manuel Castillo Rossel) penned a strong track known as “Carta Para El Congreso #2.” Produced by Santos Beats, Terco is fired up and raps a couple of congress that has betrayed its individuals, headed by Manuel Merino, and a rustic that’s had sufficient of the lies. “Cease, this physique is drained / Let Peru advance,” he pleads within the observe.