Alejandro Fernandez, Calle 13 and Camila are among the Latin acts whose albums will be available on Sony BMG's Platinum MusicPass MP3 cards.

The label revealed Monday that the artist-specific digital album cards, which retail for $12.99, would go on sale Jan. 15 at Best Buy, Target and Fred's, with Trans World and Winn-Dixie coming on board by the end of January.

Alejandro Fernandez' "Viento a Favor," Calle 13's "Residente o Visitante" and Camila's "Todo Cambio" are part of the initial rollout of a total of 37 titles. Santana's "Ultimate Santana" and Jennifer Lopez' English-language "Brave" are also part of the MusicPass offerings, which will be redeemable for download at musicpass.com.

The cards, which represent Sony BMG's first entry into commercial MP3 sales in the U.S., contain bonus material and are accessed for download via scratch-off PIN numbers on the individual cards.