This week's New Latin Music Roundup, a roundup of the best new Latin songs and albums recommended by the editors of Billboard Latin and Billboard Español , focuses on new music from Gloria Trevi, David Bisbal, Bossa and more.
Panamanian singer Boza stays true to the plain reggae sound he made famous, but experiment with the new 13-track Sin Sol , including collaborations with Dalex, Beele and Kenya Os. The album is filled with smooth hip-hop beats heard in the opening track "Talismán", sensual afrobeats heard in "Sin Waze" and loud reggaeton heard in "Booty Puty". A series
David Bisbal also experimented with his new single "Ay, Ay, Ay," where he added unexpected flamenco-tinged bachata and other unexpected elements throughout the song while maintaining his signature energetic and soulful voice.
Gloria Trevi has not rejected the dance-techno song "Medusa", where her radical artistic vision is heard, impersonating mythical figures and singing loudly about snakes and poison. "This new phase is very exciting for me," Trevi said in a statement to Billboard Español. “With our label, I can invest more, open new markets and work with dream collaborations. I like being the head of my own label now.
Also, Don Omar, Grupo Firme, Caloncho and more artists will release new music this week.
Last week, Dominican newcomers Leton Pe and Calacot won with their single "Tengo Miedo" with over 62 percent of the vote. What's your favorite new release in Latin America this week? Vote below.