This Week In Latin Music: Maluma Drops 'El Prestamo' Video, Reykon Is Back With 'Mala' & More

Courtesy of Warner Music Latina


It's Friday, and you know what that means: A new batch of Latin jams have arrived.

This week, Reykon dropped "Mala" which marks the return of the singer. In addition, Enrique Iglesias released a new version of "El Baño" with Natti Natasha, Maluma finally unveiled the video for "El Prestamo," Laura Pausini joins Gente de Zona, and Abraham Mateo announces his song with Jennifer Lopez and Yandel.

Enjoy the new songs below.

Reykon, “Mala”

Colombian singer Reykon has released his new video “Mala,” which takes him back to his reggaeton roots. "Mala is a song dedicated to all those women who drive us crazy, who attract us and love us. It is a topic that you can dedicate to that person that you like a lot and with which you are initiating a relationship," said Reykon in a press statement.

Enrique Iglesias featuring Bad Bunny & Natti Natasha, "El Baño"

Superstar Enrique Iglesias dropped a new version of “El Baño,” originally released on Jan. 12), featuring Natti Natasha. Now the song is a combination of what a man and woman feel when they like each other.

Laura Pausini & Gente de Zona, “Nadie Ha Dicho”

Laura Pausini found the balance between her musical style and the sounds that today dominate the Billboard’s Latin charts. To do this, the Italian superstar joined forces with Gente de Zona, who with their Cuban urban flavor gave the song an amazing fusion of pop and tropical.

Maluma, “El Prestamo”

Maluma finally drops his new song “El Prestamo,” along with its Bonnie & Clyde-themed video. This is the second official single off his forthcoming album F.A.M.E, which will be officially released soon.

HaAsh, “No Pasa Nada”

"No Pasa Nada" is a song written by Hanna & Ashley with José Luis Roma (Río Roma). The lyrics are a great example of the siblings evolution in their album 30 de Febrero.

Abraham Mateo, Jennifer Lopez & Yandel, “Se Acabó el Amor”

Rising singer Abraham Mateo has dropped a new song called “Se Acabó el Amor” with superstars Jennifer Lopez and Yandel. The song was recorded in Miami, Los Angeles and New York, and was produced by Jumbo, I am Chino & Jorgie (Hay Mi Dios, Messing Around, Piensas), Tainy y Oneil (Hay Algo Que Me Gusta de Ti, Reggaeton Lento), together with Abraham and Yandel.


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