Viva Friday! Listen to the Best Music From Alex Sensation & Nicky Jam, Chyno, Piso 21, More

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Alex Sensation and Nicky Jam, "La Diabla"

This week on the Viva Friday playlist, listen to the best new collaborations by Alex Sensation with Nicky Jam, Chyno with J Balvin, and Elintelné featuring Wiso G. Also, Piso 21 is back with "Puntos Suspensivos."

Viva Friday is a compilation of the best new songs, albums and videos recommended by Billboard editors.

Alex Sensation & Nicky Jam - "La Diabla"

Alex Sensation and Nicky Jam become undercover cops in their new video for “La Diabla.” They are investigating who is an evil woman, but they forget their objective. These women steal the clock, the chain and even the soul. -- SF

Piso 21 - "Puntos Suspensivos"

With a simple reggaeton beat and enchanting lyrics comes “Puntos Suspensivos,” Piso 21’s newest jam. Singing heartfelt phrases such as “more than 1 million years can pass by and I won’t forget you” and “being with you is my destiny,” the romantic urban song is an ode to that person we will always love and never forget. -- JR

Dillon Francis & Lao Ra - "White Boi"

Cross-cultural love affairs are real, and the new collaboration between Cali-based EDM artist Dillon Francis and Colombian singer Lao Ra is proof. With its tropical and colorful video, “White Boi” tells the story of a Latina woman who falls in love with a “white boy” despite their language barrier. The single is the latest from Francis' forthcoming Spanish-language electronic dance album Wut Wut. -- JR

Trending Tropics feat. Wiso G - "Elintelné"

This video for Trending Tropics' first single "Elintelné" will make you laugh out loud, but maybe just until you recognize yourself in it. The hyper beat from Eduardo Cabra and Vicente Garía goes to the core of our techno-corroded souls in this pointed song about our screen addictions, featuring Puerto Rican singer Wiso G -- and a robot. -- JCN

Doctor Nativo – "Guatemaya"

Doctor Nativo (real name Juan Martinez) is on a mission to represent Guatemala’s Mayan culture through his music. But don’t expect his debut album, Guatemaya, to sound anything like a folkloric field recording. Doctor Nativo sounds more like Central America’s answer to Manu Chao. He was the co-founder of Mayan rap group Balam Ajpu and a reggae, dub and cumbia figure in the sound of this revolution. Martinez’s experiences studying music in Havana and playing in the streets of Barcelona can also be heard in a mix dedicated to indigenous resistance that features native Guatemalan instruments together with guitars, percussion and brass. Stonetree Records releases the album Sept. 15. Watch the video for the title track, featuring Mayan-language rapper Tzutu Kan. -- JCN

PJ Sin Suela - "Mueve La Chola"

Based on a true story, when he helped a victim get on an ambulance during a shooting in Puerto Rico, PJ Sin Suela presents his new single “Mueve La Chola.” To the beat of electrifying guitar riffs and in an all black-and-white video, the doctor-turned-urban singer used 60 women to deliver a powerful message against violence. Watch the video below. -- JR

Chyno Miranda & J Balvin - "El Peor"

Chyno Miranda continues to drop music, and this time, his new single comes hand-in-hand with J Balvin. The Venezuelan singer and Colombian artist combine their unique sounds to give life to “El Peor,” a song that talks about a man who openly admits he’s the worst at love and not boyfriend material at all. The music video, which was filmed in New York, shows a young woman obsessing over Chyno to the point that she stalks him and even fantasizes with him. -- JR


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