Natti Natasha as a Teen, Carlos Vives Revisits a Classic, Maluma in 1999 & More #TBTs in Latin Music

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Natti Natasha is seen on the set of "Despierta America" at Univision Studios on May 9, 2019 in Miami.

Every Thursday, Billboard Latin goes on the mission of scouting for the best TBTs of the week shared by Latin artists on social media.

This week, we discovered many blasts from the past including a photo of J Balvin with a fan when he was kicking off his career in Colombia, a younger Natti Natasha before she became famous, Carlos Vives revisiting one of his classic songs, and Maluma’s school photo from 1999, to name a few.

Check out this week’s Best #TBTs in Latin Music below.

“Always the same, different packaging,” J Balvin said of this #TBT photo with a fan.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Siempre el mismo diferente empaque !! #tbt

A post shared by J Balvin (@jbalvin) on

Natti Natasha sent a message to her haters with this throwback pic. “Another #tbt for the plastic surgery experts on IG!! Let's see, what changed in my face? #NattiNatasha how much innocence,” reads the caption in Spanish.

Carlos Vives teased fans with the possible release of one of his timeless tracks. “What if we re-record a classic?” he asked fans when he shared the music video for “Alicia Aadorada.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Qué tal este #tbt de clásicos.

A post shared by Carlos Vives (@carlosvives) on

In honor of her late mother, Thalía shared a heartfelt post with this sweet #TBT photo of the two. “It has been 8 years since you departed, but I feel you closer as ever mom!” she expressed.

Puerto Rican singer Justin Quiles assures he's always had his urban flow with this throwback photo of him as a kid.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

#TBT Yo cuando gánster -- el flow no es de ahora siempre tuve mi piquete ??

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Meanwhile, Maluma shared this too-cute-to-handle school photo from 1999.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ya saben porque #MalumaBaby ---- #1999

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