10 Latin Artists Who Dropped At-Home Versions of Their Hits: Karol G, Maná & More

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Many music artists have put their plans on hold, especially their tours, due to the uncertainty of the global pandemic. Despite many shows and festivals being canceled or pushed back until next year, music overall is not canceled.

In fact, many artists are finding creative ways to stay connected with their fans whether it’s releasing new music during the crisis, hosting virtual concerts or a new favorite, dropping at-home versions of their previous hits.

Below, see 10 different Latin artists, from Juan Luis Guerra to Carlos Vives, whose at-home sessions have brought joy to fans during these challenging times.

Juan Luis Guerra - “Las Avispas”

Juan Luis Guerra teamed up with 18 of his team members, including camera and production, to bring to life a son version of his inspirational song "Las Avispas."

Maná - “Huele a Tristeza”

From their own homes, Fher Olvera, Alex González, Sergio Vallín andJuan Calleros of Mexican rock band Maná, released a "mi casa, tu casa" version of their 1992 hit "Huele A Tristeza."

Karol G - “Tusa”

Rocking out with her all-girl band and all-girl dance crew, Karol G surprised fans with her at-home, live version of her Nicki Minaj-assisted track "Tusa."

Cami - “Vuelvo”

Hanging out in her backyard, Chilean singer Cami Gallardo croons fans with an acoustic version  of her single "Vuelvo."

Residente - “Rene”

Thanks to social media, Residente has gotten together with his band members to drop not one but various at-home versions of his songs. His mother even makes an appearance in the heartfelt "Rene" below.

Chino & Nacho - “Raro”

As they prepare to make their comeback as a duo, Chyno Miranda and Nacho, along with their musicians, released the at-home merengue version of Chino & Nacho's recent single "Raro."

Denise Rosenthal - “Agua Segura”

Denise Rosenthal, one of Billboard's 17 Latina Artists To Discover During Quarantine, teamed up with Mala Rodriguez and  Javiera Mena for an empowering #QuedateEnCasa version of "Agua Segura."

Ilegales - “El Taqui Taqui”

Ready for your quarantine party-of-one, merengue group Ilegales dropped a much-needed version of their 1997 smash hit "El Taqui Taqui."

Calibre 50 - “El Pistolero”

Regional Mexican group Calibre 50 does not stay behind, releasing their at-home version of their at-studio version of "El Pistolero."

Carlos Vives - “No Te Vayas”

Currently making the rounds with "No Te Vayas" and its Manuel Turizo-assisted remix, Carlos Vives and his family released a heartfelt at-home version.