Becky G joins the list of celebrity podcasters. The Latina superstar just launched her new Latinx series “En La Sala” exclusively on Amazon Music. During the show, the singer and actress spill the cafecito on politics, sports, relationships, music, and more.

If you want to spend this weekend catching up, find below all the must-stream moments. Here are the top 5 memorable moments on Becky’s first episode:

Setting The Table 

We all know that the table has to be set before the visita comes over. In the first episode of her first-ever podcast, Becky G invites us into her sala because that’s where she knows how to get real. She’s laying it all out on the table like doilies and dominos. After all, the Latinx community is like a familia and she’s here for all its textures and tildes. 

Los Invitados 

Whether it's your fifth primo once removed or el cura, Latinx households welcome a wide spectrum of guests — and so will Becky. Of course, she’ll invite her amiguitos in the industry — as she calls them — to chat about their careers and creative processes while also welcoming guests that are not tied to the music industry. In just her first episode, Maluma, Gente de Zona, Guaynaa, Sebastián Yatra, Myke Towers, and Mau y Ricky were guests in her sala. Her boyfriend Sebastian Lletget, who plays for the LA Galaxy, is also in the room — and to be honest, I don’t know about you, but I’m dying for an invite. 

Welcome, Maluma Baby 

In the most envy-inducing moment of the episode, Maluma introduces himself as “tu amigo, Juan Luis” and calls Becky “mi reina hermosa.” Same, right? In congratulating Becky in all his Maluma Glory, listeners are let in on how long they’ve been friends. “I was maybe 15. He was Maluma Baby from Colombia, not Maluma Baby the international mega superstar,” said Becky.

Opening Up About Mental Health

Sometimes, tomarse un tilo isn’t the only remedy for anxiety, although it doesn’t hurt. Mental health remains taboo in Latinx households, but Becky hopes to challenge the stigmas on her pod. She speaks about how she has dealt with anxiety since adolescence, experiencing her first panic attack when she was about 13-years-old. “I didn’t know what the hell was going on. I thought I was dying,” she said. Following her diagnosis with depression, Becky started seeing a therapist, journaling, and practicing meditation.

“If we’re gonna talk about the culture, we gotta give back to the culture.”

En La Sala will be donating per episode to different non-profits, and the first episode is dedicated to the Boys and Girls Club in Los Angeles. The Boys and Girls Club inspires planting a seed in your own four walls to become a larger movement in your community, which Becky hopes her podcast will do.