Spotify released their list of the Top 10 Most Viral Tracks from August 5 to August 11, and two hot Latinos made the top 5 with their hot new Spanish tracks, proving again that music is a universal language that has no barriers.

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Romeo Santos made it at number four with his single "Propuesta Indecente." "Hello, they call me Romeo, pleasure meeting you." That's how the "King of Bachata" introduces himself in this hot track, captivating us right away with his soft, yet manly voice and his sweet but strong tone.

This is the first single from Santo's upcoming album "Fórmula Vol. 2," where the singer fuses two of the world's most sensual rhythms, the Dominican bachata and the Argentine tango, describing everything that can happen when seduction, drinks and mischief come together.

Prince Royce also made the list, ranking number two on the list with his single "Darte Un Beso." This is the first single from Royce's third studio album, his first with the Sony Music Latin record label. Since its release date, "Darte Un Beso" has been on high rotation in radio stations both in the U.S and Puerto Rico.

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This 24 year-old artist has been on tour with Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull and has collaborated with successful artists like Maná, Daddy Yankee and Thalía, and in a short time, has achieved a massive success in sales, radio appearances, live performances and digital downloads. His second album reached triple-platinum in the United States and Puerto Rico and quadruple-platinum in Chile. He's also been the recipient of 16 Latin Billboard Awards, including "Composer of the year" when he was only 22 years old, 13 Premio Lo Nuestro, 12 Premios Juventud and 3 nominations to the Latin Grammy.

Romeo Santos and Prince Royce are considered the "King of Bachata" and the "Prince of Bachata" respectively, bringing this genre to a new, more sophisticated level without losing its original feel.

Bachata became popular in the countryside and the rural neighborhoods of the Dominican Republic, where it originated in the early 20th century. Its subjects are often romantic, especially telling tales of heartbreak and sadness. In fact, the original term used to name the genre was "amargue" (bitterness, or bitter music), until the term bachata caught on.

Below is the full list of Spotify's Top 10 Viral Tracks in the United States, along with a playlist for you to enjoy the amazing songs that people are playing more and more each day.

1. Lorde, "Royals" (Lava Music/Republic Records)

2. Prince Royce, "Darte un Beso" (Sony Music Latin)

3. Five Finger Death Punch, "Mama Said Knock You Out" (Prospect Park)

4. Romeo Santos, "Propuesta Indecente" (Sony Music Latin)

5. Vance Joy, "Riptide" (Atlantic)

6. R. Kelly, "My Story" (RCA Records)

7. Phosphorescent, "Song for Zula" (Dead Oceans)

8. Bastille, "Pompeii" (Virgin)

9. Regina Spektor, "You've Got Time" (Sire)

10. Pharrell, "Happy" (Back Lot Music)