Alesso & Anitta, DJ Snake & J Balvin, David Guetta & Daddy Yankee, Plus More New EDM/Latin Collaborations

Alesso & Anitta, "Is That For Me"
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Alesso & Anitta, "Is That For Me"

As the Latin music explosion continues to dominate 2019, more and more bilingual collaborations are being born between English-speaking and Spanish-speaking artists. Many popular names in the EDM world are also jumping onboard, fusing their catchy dance melodies with the Latin pop and urban genres.

DJ Snake, Alesso, Steve Aoki and Cedric Gervais are just some of the DJs who have teamed up with artists such as Anitta, Juanes, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin and more.

See some of the recent EDM and Latin collaborations below.


French DJ and record producer DJ Snake just dropped his track “Loco Contigo,” featuring J Balvin and Tyga. Previously, he released the party anthem “Taki Taki” alongside Ozuna, Selena Gomez and Cardi B.


London-born DJ Digital Farm Animals recruited Mexican-American singer Becky G for his “Next to You” dance single, featuring Rvssian. A second version with Nigerian singer, songwriter and producer Davido is also available.


In 2018, Japanese-American DJ Steve Aoki collaborated with Daddy Yankee, Play-N-Skillz and Elvis Crespo in the EDM/merengue track “Azukita.” Later that year, he also dropped “Jaleo” with Nicky Jam.


Swedish DJ Alesso and his good friend Anitta dropped “Is That for Me” in 2017. On Tuesday (June 18), he premiered his single “Sad Song” featuring Argentine pop star Tini.


Mexican-American DJ Deorro has collaborated with merengue singer Elvis Crespo not once but twice: “Bailar” and “Pica.” In 2015, both Latin acts performed “Bailar” at Coachella.


Dropping a nice fusion between dance music and Latin alternative rock in 2016, French DJ Cedric Gervais presented “Este Amor” in collaboration with Colombian singer Juanes.


On social media, Daddy Yankee and Natti Natasha announced an “epic” collaboration is on the way with French DJ David Guetta and Belgian and Greek DJs Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike. “Instagram” is set to drop the first week of July.