Happy National Karaoke Week! Celebrate With Top 10 Best Spanish Songs To Sing

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It's National Karaoke Week! Let's celebrate with 10 Spanish songs that are always present at any karaoke party! Shutterstock/Sergey Nivens

The fourth week of April is known as National Karaoke Week. Of course, we couldn’t let this opportunity pass, and the first thing that came to our minds after we realized the date that had come upon us, was to make a list of the songs that are always present in a karaoke party. Karaoke is a fun activity that the whole family can enjoy. Although most of the time, it’s harder to sing your lungs out in your cramped city apartment, people developed the habit of going to karaoke bars, where alcohol is a main component of the night in order to release the inhibitions.

However, if you remove the booze, it’s a pretty fun way to enjoy a family get together when kids are involved. This time around, we’ve compiled 10 songs that, although not necessarily the ones you would personally choose to sing, you can’t help but to join the crowd once it starts. From songs about love, to fun tunes, to heartbreaking ballads, to girl power anthems, these tracks are most certainly found in karaoke parties, and will probably make you laugh!

The songs are in Spanish, because a karaoke party doesn’t have a specific language! Also, if you have any karaoke memories that would like to share, or other songs to add to the list, let us know in the comment section below! In the meantime, scroll down and enjoy our favorite karaoke songs in Spanish.

"El Me Mintió" by Amanda Miguel

This is truly a classic. Especially when someone in the group has just broken up and they feel like they need to let it out. It's one of those angry songs that you love to sing, and even when you're not the one singing, you might go up and grab the mic for a second or two.

"Rayando El Sol" by Maná

This song pretty much appears in the party once everyone's gotten to the point when they're so drunk they're sleepy.

"Amor A La Mexicana" by Thalía

There's always a girl who needs to prove she's sensual and knows what she wants. So this song will most likely be her choice, followed by a tequila shot. Or maybe she will drink the tequila shot first and then sing this song.

"Si Una Vez" by Selena

Selena definitely lives, and when it comes to karaoke her songs are usually a must-sing. "Si Una Vez" is a fun song to sing if you run into your ex at a karaoke party. Also, this song can prove your vocal qualities with the little run at the end.

"Hacer El Amor Con Otro" by Alejandra Guzmán

This song is similar to "El Me Mintió," however, you need to be at another level of the breakup to sing this song, because you're implying that you've already tried to forget him with another person, but he doesn't compare to him.

"Maldita Primavera" by Yuri

No one really knows what this song means, but we still sing it because when you do so, it sounds as if you were singing it out of spite, and you get a rush of energy by singing the chorus. Plus, everyone knows it and will most likely sing along.

"Olvídame Y Pega La Vuelta" by Pimpinela

It's time for a very dramatic duet!

"Pelo Suelto" by Gloria Trevi

Because once in a while, it's good to let your hair down and dance like no one's watching. (Although all eyes will be on you)

"El Rey" by Vicente Fernández

It's that time of the evening when you're super drunk but still not sleepy and think you can pull one more song. So what better tune to perform than "El Rey," to make sure everyone knows you still rule! P.S. That song demands that you have a tequila shot in your hand that you will down as you sing.

"Sólo Se Vive Una Vez" by Azúcar Moreno

This song is like the Macarena of karaoke parties. You sing it, you dance it, you have fun, you get confused with the lyrics, but in the end it's all fine because you're happy and no one can take that away from you!

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Maria G. Valdez

Maria was born and raised in Dominican Republic, where she began her career in journalism covering human interest stories, entertainment, beauty and wellness for a national magazine. She moved to New York City to study Musical Theatre, but went back to journalism after graduating in an attempt of becoming the Latina Carrie Bradshaw. She has an unhealthy obsession with JLo and claims to be Sofia Vergara’s long-lost daughter, and has tried a crazy amount of treatments to keep looking young. She became a Zumba instructor for fun.