Peso Pluma and DJ Snake drop new song Teka
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Mexican idol Peso Pluma dropped today his third song in three weeks titled Trek, a collaboration with DJ Snake coined as a corrido electrónico. La doble P has been busy and there is no rest coming his way any time soon, since he is scheduled to take the stage tonight during Coachella's second weekend.

Reggaeton kings Nicky Jam and Ozuna also released new songs this week, both featuring young amazing artists. The first one returned to his old musical roots in his collaboration with Argentinian rapper Trueno in their track 'Cangrinaje', homage to the golden era of reggaeton, combining.

For his part, el negrito de ojos claros joined forces with Spanish urban breakout star Bad Gyal in 'GUAY'. Both artists premiered the song live last weekend before thousands of fans at the WiZink Center in Madrid.

Latin music for all kinds of love

Colombian urban artist Greeicy lovingly released "KAI", a song with the name of her son with colleague Mike Bahía, presented as "a celebration of life and the unconditional love that binds mother and child."

La Arrolladora Banda El Limón released 'Aquí hay para llevar', a very romantic love song banda style. In contrast, regional mexicano singer song-writer Edén Muñoz's "¿Cómo Te Fuiste Sin Mí?" is a track full of spite, but one of nostalgia. In the same mood Ángela Aguilar arrives with the video of 'Luna Lunera,' one of the gorgeous boleros from her last studio album recorded in Cuba.

Urban duet Gente de Zona also had their home country of Cuba in their minds with they recorded their new album 'DEMASIADO'. With ten vibrant tracks that seamlessly blend reggaeton, salsa and other tropical rhythms, the album soars with danceable rhythmic tunes with the endless musical energy that defines the spirit of Gente de Zona.

The focus track "After Party" is a catchy song that fuses dance and Afrobeat, but the heart of the production is 'Celia', a "dream" colaboration with the voice of La guarachera de América.

Vallenato's star Silvestre Dangond also released a powerful musical video. His performance of 'Mosaico homenaje a Gustavo Gutiérrez' from his album and recording of his live show 'Ta bueno desde Valledupar' is moving, romantic and unforgettable.

The best in Latin music this week

Nicky Jam - Trueno - Cangrinaje

Peso Pluma, DJ Snake - Esta ambición desmedida

Gente de Zona - After Party

Ozuna, Bad Gyal - Guay

Ángela Aguilar - Luna lunera

Edén Muñoz - ¿Cómo te fue sin mí?

Sandra Itzel - Cuando me miras x Digital Charanga

Greeicy - KAI

Mosaico homenaje a Gustavo Gutiérrez - 'Ta bueno desde Valledupar (En Vivo)

J Noa - Cenicienta

C Tangana - Esta ambición desmedida (trailer)

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