5 Anuel AA Collaborations to Check Out Ahead of Billboard's Latin Music Week

ISSUE 24 2018 - DO NOT USE!!! - ISSUE OUT OCT. 18 2018
Mary Beth Koeth 
Anuel AA photographed on Aug. 29, 2018 at Ricky’s South Beach in Miami Beach.

For the first time in Latin Music Week’s history, Anuel AA will take the hot seat in an exclusive one-on-one interview.

After serving two years in prison for gun possession charges, Anuel AA has turned his life around and it's reflected in his music. Since his release in the summer of 2018, the Puerto Rican trap artist has topped the Billboard charts with his debut studio album Real Hasta la Muerte and sold out his first-ever U.S. tour. He’s currently making the rounds in Latin America with his Culpables Tour, joined by Colombian singer and girlfriend Karol G.

“We were the first media outlet to interview Anuel AA the day he walked out a free man, and now, we will be the media outlet to celebrate nine months of extraordinary achievements,” Leila Cobo, Billboard’s executive director of content and programming for Latin music and entertainment, said when the panel was announced in January.

With Latin Music Week returning April 22-25 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, check out five of Anuel AA's collaborations, including his recent hit “Secreto” with Karol G.

Anuel AA feat. Ozuna - “Brindemos”

Anuel AA feat. Ñengo Flow - “Yeezy”

Anuel AA feat. Zion - “Hipocrita”

Anuel AA feat. Romeo Santos - “Ella Quiere Beber (Remix)”

Anuel AA & Karol G - “Secreto”

Latin Music Week features Q&A sessions and panels, including its signature "Star Q&As" as well as panels focusing on streaming, videos, mainstream and Latin collaborations and more. In addition to Anuel AA, Wisin & Yandel, Lele Pons and the Rivera family have all been confirmed for the conference.

As tradition holds, music week will also include the standout Women's Panel, which became a catalyst for change in the Latin industry in 2018, as well as panels on streaming, new business models and BMI's fabled How I Wrote That Song panel. To register for the conference and awards, visit BillboardLatinMusicWeek.com.