Set features 20 Latin hits, coming March 21.

The “NOW That’s What I Call Music!” series is going to sing en español. On March 21, the series debuts its first ever Spanish language hits compilation, titled “Now Latino-Esto Es Música!” The set features 20 Latin hits and nearly one third of them—six tracks in total—are reggaetón tracks.

The track listing for “Now Latino” includes Daddy Yankee’s “Rompe” (El Cartel/Interscope), Juanes’ “Para Tu Amor” (Surco/Universal), Thalía’s “Seducción” (EMI) and Ricardo Arjona’s “Acompáñame a Estar Solo” (Sony/BMG).

NOW is a cooperative project between Sony BMG Music Entertainment, EMI Music, the Universal Music Group and the Zomba group of labels. The series debuted in the United States in 1998, and every U.S. album in
the series has reached the Billboard Top 10, with eight of them peaking at No.1 on the Billboard 200.

Given the track record expectation is high surrounding the debut and subsequent sales of this Spanish collection.

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