It's New Music Friday! Listen to Don Omar, Wisin, Santa Cecilia & More

Don Omar performs during Mega 96.3's Calibash 2017 at Staples Center on Jan. 21, 2017 in Los Angeles.
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Don Omar performs during Mega 96.3's Calibash 2017 at Staples Center on Jan. 21, 2017 in Los Angeles.

It’s New Music Friday! Don Omar, Wisin, La Santa Cecilia and Cultura Profética are some of the Latin artists who, on Friday (March 24), released new songs.

Below, listen to all the new tracks:

“Encanto” - Don Omar feat. Sharlene Taule

“Encanto” is a romantic song, that will be part of Don Omar’s seventh album, Sociedad Secreta. The track begins with a very cool sound and then accelerates to the reggaeton beats. Don Omar's voice lends itself as the perfect complement to the melodious and sweet voice of Sharlene. It’s definitely a track that will conquer the summer of 2017.


“Escápate Conmigo” – Wisin feat. Ozuna

To the delight of his fans, Wisin moved up the release of his “Escápate Conmigo" remix, featuring Ozuna. Fueled by social-media teases, the song became popular and someone leaked it unto social media Thursday, forcing the artist to officially release the song a week early.

“Me Verás” - La Santa Cecilia

"Me Verás" ("You'll See Me") - is a brooding dark rock song about a woman fighting for her life, as proclaimed by the chorus' lyrics: "You'll see me in the light of day, when the world is on its knees, I will fight until the end of my last day." The song was produced by 17-time Grammy and Latin Grammy winner Sebastian Krys and is on the soundtrack for the new Netflix original series Ingobernable, which debuts its first season on Friday and stars Kate del Castillo and Erik Hayser.

“Perderme en Ti” - Tommy Torres

The Puerto Rican singer/songwriter is back with the romantic song “Perderme en ti.” The track is also the main theme song for Telemundo’s telenovela La Doña. Its lyrics keep Torres’ real music style.

“Música Sin Tiempo” – Cultura Profética

On this occasion, Cultura describes in a very special and original way what music represents for them in their daily lives. "The most important thing when it comes to creating lyrics and music is to do something that makes you feel good,” said Willy Rodriguez (vocalist).

“Rápido, Brusco, Violento” - Juan Magán feat. Bnk

Magán describes “Rápido, Brusco, Violento” as the natural reaction that occurs at the moment when love emerges.

To listen to more music, visit our Hot Latin Songs playlist on Spotify.