The Ultimate Latinx Fourth of July Playlist: Becky G, Prince Royce, Paloma Mami & More
The Latinx generation is here to make a statement with their Spanglish tunes, embracing their Hispanic-American roots to the fullest. Some of these artists include Becky G, Prince Royce, Justin Quiles and Leslie Grace, who are taking their Latinx pride to the masses!
With the U.S. Independence Day officially here, Billboard gathered a set of songs by Latino artists born in the U.S. to add some extra flavor to your Fourth of July celebration.
Check them out below!
Becky G was born in Inglewood, California and is of Mexican descent.
Dominican pop singer Leslie Grace was born in the Bronx, New York.
Regional Mexican singer Luis Coronel was born in Tucson, Arizona to Mexican parents.
J Quiles, a proud Puerto Rican artist was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Although she was born in Manhattan, New York, Paloma Mami currently resides in Chile.
Bachata crooner Romeo Santos is a proud Dominican who was born in the Bronx, New York.
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, urban star Nicky Jam is half Dominican and half Puerto Rican.
Chiquis, born in Los Angeles, California, loves to embrace her Mexican roots in her music.
CNCO’s Joel Pimentel is a Mexican-American artist born in Hesperia, California.
Prince Royce is a Dominican artist born and raised in the Bronx, New York.
Sisters Hanna and Ashley, born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, are two Mexican-American singers.
Jencarlos Canela is a proud Cuban-American artist who was born in Miami, Fla.
Bringing his Mexican roots to the EDM scene, Deorro was born in Los Angeles, California.