Viva Friday Playlist: Listen to Reik, Wisin & Yandel's 'Duele,' More

Reik, Wisin & Yandel - Hurts
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Reik and Wisin & Yandel, "Hurts"

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

This week on the Viva Friday playlist, we've got new songs by Reik with Wisin & Yandel, Becky G, Sebastian Yatra and more.

Reik, Wisin & Yandel – “Duele”

Reik and Wisin & Yandel have a broken heart and they put all their spite in their new song “Duele” (It Hurts). The song follows the line of pop and reggaeton and was thrown alongside a music video that shows the history of a couple that has difficulties but it really has a happy ending. Watch the video below. -- SUZETTE FERNANDEZ

J Alvarez & Olga Tañón – “Que Fluya”

Merengue rhythms join with reggeaton sounds, and the result is phenomenal. This time, the Puerto Rican singer Olga Tañon surprises us, once again, by fusing her tropical rhythms with urban singer J Alvarez for the single "Que Fluya." The song is all about happiness to let go of bad things in life. The song was released alongside a colorful video. Watch it below. -- SF

Nicky Jam & Ozuna - “Te Robaré”

Nicky Jam is back! The urban singer has officially released his first 2019 single "Te Robaré" (I Stole You) in collaboration with Ozuna. The reggaeton track combines their musical taste having, as a result, a catchy song that will definitely make you dance. “Te Robaré” was penned by both singers along with talented composers such as Johnatan Ballesteros, Carlos E. Ortiz, Juan G Rivera and Nino Karlo Segarra. -- SF

Luis Coronel & Banda Los Recoditos - “¿Pa’ Que Nos Hacemos?”

After releasing his single “Mentirosa” in fall 2018, Luis Coronel kicks off the new year with “¿Pa’ Que Nos Hacemos?” In his new track, Coronel teams up with Banda Los Recoditos, flaunting a more fresh and mature sound than his earlier works. The playful and colorful music video, filmed in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, shows the two Regional Mexican acts trying to conquer a group of beautiful girls at the beach. -- JESSICA ROIZ

Sebastian Yatra - “Cristina”

Sebastian Yatra is determined to revive the pop ballad, and as proof of that, he released a romantic song called "Cristina." The simple tells the story of the girl who stole his heart but moves away because the relationship cannot be. The new song will be part of Yatra's album Fantasia. -- SF

Chicano Batman, Caloncho - “Háblame”

Los Angeles indie band Chicano Batman finds common ground with Mexican singer-songwriter Caloncho, channeling the '70s-infused sonic brew on “Habláme,” an explosive jam that is one of their two-song EP collaborative efforts. Though the song was written for Caloncho’s newborn daughter, the two acts complement their first writing session experience with a psychedelic-soul enthused animated clip directed by illustrator Edgar Fernandez. A short tale that incorporates surreal elements into a narrative of survival, inspired by the stories of unaccompanied minors who journey from Central America to seek asylum in the U.S. A portion of the EP’s proceeds will be donated to the KIND Organization, who provide legal representation to children who migrate across the border alone. -- PAMELA BUSTIOS

Becky G – “Green Light Go”

Becky G already conquered all her Latin fans and now she returns to her roots, once again, with the release of her second English language single "Green Light Go" via Kemosabe Records / RCA Records. The song follows the style of her previous song “LBD,” which falls into the trap world. "'Green Light Go' to me represents not taking no for an answer, making my own path and giving myself my own green lights. I am a proud Mexican-American, concrete rose, born and raised in the streets of LA,” said Becky G on a press statement. -- SF

Brytiago – “Aprendi a Amar” 

"Aprendi a Amar" by Brytiago shows that the urban singer is also capable of releasing songs without being accompanied by a superstar. Yes, it's the first song in which Brytiago shows his style and talent. The subject was in charge of the well-known producers Chris Jeday and Gaby Music, and written by the singer. -- SF

Jen - “Irremplazable”

After a short hiatus, Jencarlos Canela made his comeback in 2019, announcing a new stage name and dropping new music. Now, making the rounds as only Jen, the Cuban-American singer presents “Irremplazable,” a track that takes us back to his Latin pop days. With heartfelt guitar riffs and sincere lyrics, “Irremplazable” talks about that irreplaceable kind-of-love. -- JR

Natti Natasha - “Obsesion”

When Natti Natasha released her debut studio album ilumiNATTI, she made it real clear that she can dominate any genre, not just urban. Further proving this, the Dominican singer dropped her latest production “Obsesión,” a sensual Latin trap tune. The song’s lyrics put the spotlight on a man who’s obsessed with a woman and can’t stop thinking about her. -- JR