This Week in Latin Notas: Listen to Ozuna's Latest Song 'Unica' & More
This week in Latin Notas, the Billboard Latin Music Awards artist of the year Ozuna is back with a new song called “Unica.” Plus, Romeo Santos announces Europe and Mexico tour dates, while Jencarlos Canela joins forces with Joy (of Jesse & Joy) to release a new song called “Por Algo Será.”
Also, Natalia Jimenez received a special invitation from Emilio and Gloria Estefan and Red Bull Music Festival is taking over New York.
Ozuna releases “Unica” video
Ozuna keeps surprising his fans. On Thursday evening, after performing “La Modelo” with Cardi B at the Billboard Latin Music Awards, the superstar released his new song “Unica,” a reggaeton track with a unique and danceable style. Watch the video:
Romeo Santos’ Golden Tour takes over Europe and Mexico
Santos is kicking off his European Golden Tour dates May 4 in Milano and will continue in Barcelona, Valencia, Tenerife and Canarias, among others. Then, Santos will head to Mexico to perform at Foro Sol, Estadio 3 de Marzo and Arena Monterrey. In Mexico, Santos will be joined by Victoria La Mala. For more information, click here.
Jencarlos and Joy join forces for a new collab
On Friday, Jencarlos released his latest single, "Por algo sera," alongside Mexican artist Joy (of Jesse & Joy). This new record combines Jencarlos' Caribbean rhythm and Joy's romanticism. Watch the video:
Red Bull Music Fest brings reggaeton to New York
Red Bull Music Festival is back for another edition in New York City. The reggaeton portion of the festival, called Hasta Abajo (Get Down), will feature Ivy Queen, DJ Nelson, Ranking Stone, Alberto Stylee, Wiso G and DJ Negro, performing as The Noise. The performance is set for May 19. Click here for more info.
Natalia Jimenez takes over Miami Design District
Every Friday, Emilio Estefan, in collaboration with the Design District in Miami, produces live concerts. The latest featured Natalia Jimenez, who performed at Palm Court at Miami Design District. Her repertoire included “Creo en Mi,” “La Malagueña,” “Recuérdame” and “Me Muero.” "It was amazing to work with Maestro Marturet, he is an eminence in the world of music and for me it has been a great pride to be able to present myself with the Miami Symphony,” Jimenez said, with Emilio Estefan adding, “Her talent and voice made history once again.”