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13 Reggaeton Artists Singing Love Ballads: Bad Bunny, Karol G, J Balvin & More

Bad Bunny
Ramona Rosales

Bad Bunny photographed on Jan. 26, 2019 at El Cortez Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Latin urban artists are, for the most part, known for the sultry and unfiltered lyrics found in their reggaeton or trap songs. Though these tracks are meant for an intense perreo dance, many of today’s urban acts also flaunt a softer, more romantic side to them in their music.

Bad Bunny , for example, has love ballads such as "Amorfoda" and "Si Estuviesemos Juntos." Natti Natasha flaunted her versatility as an artist in her empowering track “La Mejor Versión de Mi,” and leave it to Karol G to encourage her boyfriend Anuel AA to drop a love ballad together in “Dices que te Vas.”

Most recently, artists such as Randy of Jowell & Randy and Jay Wheeler penned their feelings in romantic Valentine's-themed songs.

Without further ado, check out nine love ballads by Latin urban artists below.

"Amor a Ciegas" - Randy

Randy of popular reggaeton duo Jowell y Randy has traded his signature perreo sound for the heartfelt, piano ballad "Amor a Ciegas," which is about loving someone blindly.

"Amor de Febrero" - Jay Wheeler

Naming it "February Love," Puerto Rican newcomer Jay Wheeler released a sweet song about every day being Valentine's Day with that special someone.

"Como Antes" - Gotay "El Autentiko"

Known as one of Ozuna's producers (“Baila hasta que salga el sol,” “Caramelo” and “Gistro Amarillo"), Gotay "El Autentiko" opted to croon fans in the piano-heavy "Como Antes."

“Si Estuviésemos Juntos” - Bad Bunny

Over a soft piano melody (and a mild hint of urban beats), Bad Bunny sings about the thoughts of reconnecting with a former love interest in "Si Estuviesemos Juntos."

"No Hay Titulo" - J Balvin

Part of his album Energia, "No Hay Titulo" is one of J Balvin's acoustic tracks about two friends who have fallen for each other but have no title.

“Ocean” - Karol G

Wearing her heart on her sleeve, Karol G penned her emotions in “Ocean” part of her new album of the same name. The song is an ode to her relationship with reggaeton trap star Anuel AA.

“Dices que te Vas” - Karol G, Anuel AA

Her album is also home to “Dices que te Vas,” a song that puts into perspective the beginning of her relationship with Anuel AA.

“ADMV” - Maluma

In "ADMV," which means "Amor de Mi Vida" (Love of my Life), Maluma belts out sincere lyrics about a long-lasting relationship.

“Amor Genuino” - Ozuna

Singing about a genuine kind of love that only he can offer, Ozuna dropped “Amor Genuino,” part of his third studio album, Nibiru.

“La Mejor Version de Mi” - Natti Natasha

In “La Mejor Version de Mi,” Natti Natasha opens up about finding herself and embracing her self-worth after ending a toxic relationship.

"Forever" - Cosculluela

Known for his street lyrics and Latin hip-hop melodies, Cosculluela opens up about the love of his life in "Forever." In the video, he's seen playing the piano and rapping his feelings away.

"¿Por que me buscas?" - Tito El Bambino

From the rich tropics to reggaeton fusions, Tito El Bambino switches things up for the grand finale of his album El Muñeco in the mellow acoustic track “Porque Me Buscas?”

"Vacio" - Mora

After being one of the masterminds on Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG and El Último Tour del Mundo, artist-producer Mora dropped his debut album Primer dia de Clases, which includes the heartfelt acoustic "Vacio."