March has taken a heavy toll on people, due to the global outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Many artists, however, continue to release new music for their fans during these challenging times. This month, many artists have teamed up for the first time, including Ricky Martin and Sebastian Yatra.
With so much great music out, Billboard is curious to know: Which Latin collaboration released in the last 31 days was your favorite?
Highlighting some of the collabs featured in the weekly Viva Friday playlist this month, the list includes Chino y Nacho’s comeback, Tini and Ovy on the Drums’ “Ya No Me Llames,” and Elvis Crespo’s heartfelt merengue joint with Manny Cruz, to name a few.
Bad Bunny and Sech’s “Ignorantes” took the most votes in February. January’s winner was “Grande,” the ‘90s dream joint by Gloria Trevi and Monica Naranjo. In 2019, the best Latin collaboration of the year, as voted by Billboard readers, was Lali and CNCO’s “Como Asi,” followed by Tini and Sebastian Yatra’s “Oye.”
See the Latin collaborations of March and vote for your favorite below.
De La Ghetto feat. Darell – “El Que Se Enamora Pierde”
Elvis Crespo & Manny Cruz – “Imaginarme Sin Ti”
Chino y Nacho – “Raro”
Gusi & Gian Marco – “Llévatela Dios”
Cali y El Dandee & Mike Bahia – “Tu Nombre”
Sebastian Yatra & Ricky Martin – “Falta Amor”
Espinoza Paz feat. Carin León – “Como Duele Equivocarse”
Tini & Ovy on the Drums – “Ya No Me Llames”
Miky Woodz and Zion & Lennox – “Por Que Duele El Amor”
Nio García & Darell – “Llame Pa’ Verte”