3 New Latin Remixes You Should Listen to This Week

Sebastian Yatra
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Sebastian Yatra attends the Universal Music Group Hosts 2020 Grammy After Party on Jan. 26, 2020 in Los Angeles.

Despite the uncertain and challenging times the world is living, music is not canceled.

On the contrary, many artists are working more than ever, connecting with fans on social media and releasing new productions to bring people joy.

To continue proving that music is great medicine for the soul, here are three new Latin remixes that will keep you dancing -- safe at home.

Listen to them below.


“Loco Remix” - Beéle x Farruko x Natti Natasha x Manuel Turizo

Upcoming Colombian artist Beéle first got on our radar with his 2019 “Loco,” a breezy reggae-infused dancehall track about being crazy over a girl. “Me gustas mucho con bastante / Tu me traes loco,” the 17-year-old artist chants.

Seven months after its release, Natti Natasha, Manuel Turizo and Farruko jumped on the remix, adding their distinctive flow to the track. “Loco” and its remix are Beéle’s first tracks released under Hear This Music.

“TBT (Remix)” - Sebastián Yatra ft. Cosculluela, Lalo Ebratt, Llane, Dalmata

In February 2020, Sebastian Yatra dropped his single “TBT” with Rauw Alejandro and Manuel Turizo. The song is dedicated to that person who’s in an unhappy relationship. Bringing their sick rap verses and sultry vocals to the track are Cosculluela, Lalo Ebratt, Llane, and Dalmata on the remix that dropped two months later. The “TBT (Remix)” comes accompanied by an animated clip that features all artists in a cartoon version dancing to the song.

“Cómo Suena El Piano (Remix)” - Arthur Hanlon X Orishas X Lunay

Irish-American pianist Arthur Hanlon and Cuban hip-hop group Orishas’ original “Cómo Suena El Piano” is a throwback to Orishas’ classic Cuban sound, anchored in catchy vamps and raps with a boost from Hanlon’s bluesy tumbaos. In its new remix produced by Chris Jeday and Gaby Music, Lunay adds his sensual reggaeton vocals, bringing a new touch of rhythmic fusions.

“For me, music, just like life, is based on chemistry. As soon as I heard Lunay’s music, I knew it was the ‘secret ingredient’ to make ‘Cómo Suena el Piano’ an even bigger hit,” Hanlon said. For Lunay, the collaboration is special because “it appeals to every kind of listener and to all ages, and it gets you moving.”

Editor's Note: Hanlon is married to Billboard's vp/Latin industry lead, Leila Cobo.

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