Victor Manuelle - "El Pavochón” featuring Charlie Aponte
Salsa belongs on any playlist, and Manuelle’s “El Pavochón” is a great choice when you want to start celebrating.
Calibre 50 - "Simplemente Gracias"
Regional Mexican band Calibre 50 touches our hearts with "Simplemente Gracias" (Simply Thanks), which reminds us to be thankful for what we have, no matter what.
Thalia - “Gracias”
“It's never late to start over, life is today. Love yourself, forgive yourself, look once again in the mirror and say it loud: Thanks!” Wise words.
Juan Luis Guerra - “Bachata en Fukuoka”
It is always a good idea to celebrate a holiday by dancing to Juan Luis Guerra’s bachata. This one, inspired by Japan, is happy and nostalgic at the same time.
Gente de Zona Feat. Marc Anthony - “La Gozadera”
With its Cuban/Puerto Rican flavor, "La Gozadera" is that song that gets everybody to dance, even if they’re sitting down.
Ricky Martin - "La Mordidita”
"La Mordidita" was made to party to all night long.
Gloria Estefan - "Get on Your Feet"
Gloria's retro song will make your guests dance, guaranteed.
Ricardo Arjona - “Lo Poco Que Tengo”
Arjona reminds us that the little things are those that are most essential.
Chayanne - “Madre Tierra ‘Oye’”
“Open your eyes, look up and enjoy the good things in life.” What more can you say?
Marc Anthony - "Vivir Mi Vida"
Anthony's fresh take on this celebration of life was the biggest chart-topper of 2014.