Ozuna added a fiercely rapped verse to El Cherry Scom and Kiko El Crazy’s dembow romp “Baje con Trenza” on Monday. Though Ozuna’s biggest hits rely on his sweet singing voice and intuitive melodies, the star takes a very different approach on “Baje con Trenza,” delivering drilling lines at top speed, as if he never
Two months after Chile first erupted with nationwide protests against austerity, the Latin Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Mon Laferte shows support for the cause with her new song, “Plata Ta Tá.” The title is a play on the sounds of a “cacerolázo,” or a Latin American style of protest in which people bang on pots and pans.
Ozuna joins forces with Diddy and “Taki Taki” collaborator DJ Snake in his latest single, “Eres Top.” Its accompanying visual, directed by Collin Tilley, is the fourth installment of his cinematic Nibiru series. Steered by the funky guitar riff from Diddy’s 2002 classic, “I Need A Girl (Part 2),” Ozuna and DJ Snake color “Eres
Earlier this fall, pan-Latino pop stars CNCO flaunted their international cool with their latest EP, Que Quiénes Somos. On Wednesday, they further that mission with a cover of Billie Eilish’s Grammy-nominated smash, “Bad Guy.” Recorded inside New York City’s historic Electric Lady Studios, the song opens with grooving strums of acoustic guitar and retro, bossa
When Rolling Stone reaches Pabllo Vittar for the first time, she has just turned twenty-five; but the Latin Grammy-nominated drag superstar is clearly tapped into a higher power. In November she snagged an MTV Europe Music Award for Best Brazilian Act, achieving the dual feat of being the first Brazilian act to perform at the
Kali Uchis has shared a new song, “Solita,” her first new music since 2018 and her first bilingual single. The sultry track was produced by Tainy, who’s worked with J Balvin and Bad Bunny in the past. “I’d rather dance alone than with the devil,” Uchis said in a statement. “This song is about healing,
Puerto Rican-Dominican superstar Ozuna dropped his long-awaited third album, Nibiru, on Thursday night. The urbano singer then rang in his new LP on Friday with two high-concept videos for “Fantasía” and “Nibiru.” Directed by the inventive Colin Tilley, the visual narrative of Nibiru begins on a once-bustling planet, now ravaged by a violent dust storm.
There’s never been a more opportune time for Latinx artists to impact contemporary R&B than right now. Not that Latinos in R&B are an entirely new phenomenon — as evidenced by old school Chicano Soul artists like the Royal Jesters, or proto-rockeros Cannibal and the Headhunters, who once toured with the Beatles. Yet in recent
Colombian rocker Juanes teams up with regional Mexican star Christian Nodal in their new song, “Tequila.” It’s the latest single off Juanes’ eighth studio album, Más Futuro Que Pasado, or, More Future Than Past, released on Friday morning. In their weepy new ballad, “Tequila,” the two heartthrobs wallow in grief for a lover long gone.
Ozuna will release his third album, Nibiru, on November 29th. The Puerto Rican-Dominican musician has made the album available to pre-save on streaming services, while he also shared the cosmic Nibiru artwork on Instagram. Named after the mythical Planet X, Nibiru follows Ozuna’s eclectic 2018 LP, Aura. He first teased the new record just three