This week in Latin Notas, see Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee reunite in Puerto Rico to perform “Despacito” during Fonsi’s Love and Dance tour final show. Plus, see J Balvin supporting Anitta and Karol G, Puerto Rican singer Residente gets a golden disc, and Venezuelan duo Servando y Florentino are heading to Europe for their 2018 tour.
Below, find this week’s Latin Notas news summary, compiled by Billboard‘s editors, about new songs, videos, concert announcements and what Latin musicians are doing in the world of entertainment.
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee perform “Despacito” in Puerto Rico
Luis Fonsi has wrapped up his Love and Dance tour. After waiting for Puerto Rico’s recovery from Hurricane Maria, the Puerto Rican singer took center stage at Coliseo Jose Miguel Agrelot for a two-hour show, which included a performance with Daddy Yankee on Saturday night. “Incredible to sing #Despacito with @daddyyankee in PR for the first time,” Fonsi posted.
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J Balvin supports Anitta and Karol G
Colombian superstar J Balvin showed his support to the women’s movement in urban music. Balvin published an image of him along with Karol G and Anitta, commenting: “Successes for all women who are breaking! These two women are a great example!” Recently, the singer supported Maluma’s new album and in an interview with Billboard, he said he wants to contribute to the Colombian urban movement. Look at the post:
Residente receives gold disc
Singer René Pérez was awarded with a gold disc for his latest single with Dillon Francis featuring ILe, “Sexo.” So far, the music video has surpassed 55 million views on YouTube. The singer also announced his U.S. tour dates; see his schedule here.
Servando y Florentino in Europe
Venezuelan siblings Servando y Florentino are ready to meet all their “fans enamoradas” in Europe during their 2018 summer tour. The duo is expected to perform in Milan on June 15, Roma (June 16), Genova (June 17), Tenerife (June 20), Las Palmas (June 21), Murcia (June 22), Pamplona (June 23), Paris (June 24), Barcelona and Madrid (June 30).