Source Latino is dedicated to bringing the fans music from Latin artists across the country and the world, for that matter. In this new weekly series we’ll bring you the latest from artists on all levels. For this first installment, we’re going back slightly in the calendar to give you some hot tracks you might have missed or that just dropped: everything from street rap, screwed up, reggaeton, bachata or anything of Latin origin. Check this week’s tracks out and stay tuned for more heat!
Mr. Maurico featuring Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, Troy Ave: “Paper Plates”
The King of the Miami Club scene Mr. Maurico recruits some super heavyweights for this track. Rick Ross, Troy Ave and Yo Gotti join him on this Inkredible produced slap. MMG’s sound is laced all over this one that’s sure to bang in the system.
The Brooklyn MC known from the battle rap scene drops a classic Hip Hop track with some ill boom bap production. Cortez is absolutely a punchline guy and he gets busy on this new track. This song will be featured on his King Cortez album, coming soon.
Yung June: “Benjamins”
Colorado’s trapper Yung June goes in on this auto-tune style ‘hood track. June raps about his trap life and cars on this song that comes out on his El Jefe mixtape.
Mr. Capone-E featuring Twista, Jay Park, Mr. Criminal: “A Boss Do”
Not many Latino rappers are out-working Los Angeles rapper Mr. Capone-E right now. He recently had a track with The Migos and another with French Montana. He dropped this gem a couple months back with Chicago legend Twista.
Phoenix’s Pyro has a gruff and grimey voice, dropping a Spanish-English joint. The song is smooth yet fits nicely with his style, which makes this hot as an Arizona summer. This track is coming off his Loud and Clear Mixtape.
El Cacho: “Muneca De Barrio”
The Paisa movement general El Cacho raps about the lovely ladies from the ‘hood. A great mixture of auto-tune and Spanish rhymes, Cacho features some pretty Mexicana “dolls” in this lowrider laden video.
Chris Rivers featuring Styles P & Whispers: “Black Hearts”
The son of Big Pun, Chris Rivers recruits Styles P for a New York classic style track. The video plays off the cult classic movie The Warriors fully trenched with biker vests and patches and a battle scene. Rivers and The Ghost deliver a nostalgic track Hip hop heads should love.
Throwed Ese featuring Lucky Luciano: “Swangin”
Swangin’ is more than just a verb, its a way of life in Texas. Slabs rollin’ on 4’s, gold grills, purple drank and is usually the topic matter dripped in bass is with music from the “Land of the Trill.” Throwed Ese and Lucky Luciano keep it 100 with tradition on this catchy joint.