Anitta, Laura Pausini and More Latin Artists Share Their New Year's Resolutions

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Anitta at the Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City, Mexico on May 11, 2018.

The year 2019 is just hours away, and there is nothing better than planning the goals that we want to fulfill during the next 365 days.

Latino artists also set goals and dreams to meet in 2019. Below, Anitta, Laura Pausini, Tommy Torres and more Latin artists share their New Year's resolutions exclusively with Billboard.

Anitta: “I am so grateful with everything that I have, that It’s a little unfair if I ask for more things. I’ve done so many things in one year and it’s seems I’ve live three or four with everything I worked on. For next year, I want to continue what I am doing.”


Atrevida, soñadora y con sabor. -- #FALCON #creadoconadidas @adidasmx @adidasbrasil @adidasoriginals

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Laura Pausini: "What I want for 2019 is that music can accompany all those who seek an answer and do not know where to find it. Those who need a caress or a gesture of strength and courage. May it be a year full of music and courage. "


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Tommy Torres: "In the new year 2019 I promise to think less and do more. Try new ideas, do not take refuge in what is known only. I commit myself to trust more in my instincts and less in the opinion of others. Above all, I am committed to creating more memories with the people I love."


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Ximena Sariñana: "My New Year’s resolution is to be able to cook more.” 


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