CNCO Pay Tribute to Celia Cruz in New Song ‘Ya Tú Sabes’

The latest release by pan-Latin boy band CNCO is dripping with drama — and azucar. Titled “Ya Tú Sabes,” or “You Already Know,” it’s the lead single off their upcoming seven-song EP, Que Quiénes Somos, out October 11th. A hypnotic blend of salsa and Latin trap, the Tommy Brown-produced “Ya Tú Sabes” exemplifies mainstream pop’s

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See J Balvin, Bad Bunny Go Goth in New ‘Cuidao Por Ahí’ Video

J Balvin and Bad Bunny bring a taste of Halloween to Mykonos, Greece in their new clip for “Cuidao Por Ahí.” Their bone-chilling latest single, which translates to “Careful Out There,”  is the third release off their collaborative summer LP, Oasis. Director Colin Tilley — the mastermind behind big-budget videos by Halsey, Kendrick Lamar and

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Remembering Celso Piña: Accordion Rebel, Pan-Latin Folk Pioneer

Celso Piña, one of Latin America’s most beloved accordion players and singer-songwriters, died of a heart attack in his hometown of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. His record label, La Tuna Group, confirmed Piña’s death on Wednesday. He was 66. For over 30 years, Piña, known by the nickname “El Rebelde de Acordéon” (the Accordion Rebel),

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Tainy Premieres Lovesick New Song ‘Adicto,’ Featuring Anuel AA, Ozuna

Tainy’s debut album as an artist is well underway. On Thursday, the iconic reggaeton producer premiered his new song, “Adicto,” during a live broadcast on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1. The third single off Tainy’s yet-untitled LP, “Adicto” features tortured, contrasting vocals by urbano stars Anuel AA and Ozuna. “Bebé, yo soy adicto a tu piel/Siempre

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PREMIERE: “Mexico” by Saint Hubris

Saint Hubris surprised fans with releasing a new track „Mexico”, that follows his brilliant debut “Heartbreak in the Summertime”. It seems like this talented Canadian artist has decided to drift away a bit from tradition-wise hip-hop and experiment with more dance tunes. We get a dose of good reggae and dancehall influences that are perfectly

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Rosalía and Ozuna Drop Surprise Reggaeton Track, ‘Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi’

Rosalía and Ozuna — two Spanish-language pop titans, from opposite ends of the Atlantic — released a surprise track on Thursday, titled “Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi.” In what translates to “Me for You, You for Me,” the duo trade off flirty verses to a featherweight reggaeton groove, accented by mellow steel drums. “I

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This Week in Latin Music: Los Tigres del Norte, Bad Bunny and ‘Amor Eterno’

In case you missed it, here are some standout moments in Latin music from the week of August 5th. Los Tigres del Norte, “La Prisión de Folsom (Folsom Prison Blues)”Johnny Cash aficionados will recall his 1968 album, At Folsom Prison, and its landmark opening song, “Folsom Prison Blues.” Fifty years later, Johnny Cash’s classic would get its

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