Bad Bunny, Anuel AA & More: What’s the Best Latin Album of 2020 (So Far)? Vote!

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Though the novel coronavirus outbreak has paused the touring business, the music industry continues on its tracks with many artists releasing fresh singles and albums.

Latin music is no exception.

Prince Royce returned to his bachata roots with his set Alter Ego in early February and Bad Bunny surprised everyone with his sophomore production YHLQMDLG released on Leap Day (Feb. 29). After having his doubts because of the current health crisis, J Balvin launched Colores on March 19.

May was a busy month for album releases with artists such as Carlos Vives dropping Cumbiana, an homage to the origins of cumbia, Anuel AA releasing his very personal Emmanuel, Ricardo Arjona making his comeback with Blanco, the first album from his Blanco y Negro project, and acts such as Ricky Martin, Chiquis and Christian Nodal presenting EPs.

With the first half of 2020 in full swing, Billboard is curious to know which Latin album released (so far) is the best?

The list includes 27 productions, including Camilo’s debut album Por Primera Vez, Kany Garcia’s all-collaborations Mesa Para Dos, Natalia Lafourcade’s folkloric Un Canto Por México Vol. 1 and more.

Vote for your favorite Latin album below.

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