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Quarantine-Inspired Latin Songs From Abraham Mateo, Banda MS, Farruko & More: Vote for Your Favorite

Abraham Mateo
Jesús Marcano

Abraham Mateo

The global coronavirus pandemic has everyone’s life on pause, including many music artists who’ve had to postpone tours and check in to self-quarantine.

Despite these uncertain times, many artists, such as Piso 21, Anuel AA, and Maluma, continue working hard, creating music and dropping fresh bops.

Others have released quarantine-inspired songs to help them cope with self-isolation. In “Antídoto,” Ivy Queen penned a heartfelt song about the importance of hugs and kisses, Abraham Mateo’s “Esta Cuarentena” is about longing to reunite with loved ones once quarantine is over, and in Bad Bunny’s improvised trap song “En Casita,” the singer teamed up with his girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri to showcase his quarantine blues.

With another week of quarantine in full swing, Billboard wants to know: Which Latin song born during the coronavirus pandemic is your favorite?

Vote below.

Basic protective measures against the novel coronavirus, according to WHO, include washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer, maintaining social distancing at least three feet between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing, and avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth.

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