We at Source Latino are back at it with another batch of hits from artists around the world. This time we’re going to keep it in Espanol with songs from the heavyweights in reggaeton and salsa. We have songs from Venezuela, Chile, Puerto Rico and more.

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As many of the mainstays in the Latin world continue to collaborate with their American contemporaries, there will continue to be huge crossover records from both directions, and we will keep you up to date with the latest music. Here are just a few recent favorites we noticed—enjoy!

DJ Chino featuring Pitbull, Yandel, CHACAL: “Ay Mi Dios”
Miami’s DJ Chino is reeling from the success Pitbull has achieved in the last five years since becoming his official DJ, touring worldwide performing with the Cuban rapper and producing tracks as well. Their latest track puts “Mr. 305” alongside singer Yandel and Chacal as they combine forces for this seductive new video.


Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin: “Duele el Corazon”

Enrique Iglesias has been in the music game for many years now, appearing on hundreds of magazine covers, winning awards across the board and enjoying major crossover appeal. That hasn’t stunted his work ethic, continuing to release music his fans love and support. Evident with this super hit released just a couple months back featuring Wisin.

Nacion Triizy: Coco & Llanto

Trap has invaded the South American country of Chile. Trap is a natural feel with the Chilean style of Spanish, evident in the group Nacion Triizy’s latest mixtape Coco & Llanto. Trap fans will feel familiar with the percussion yet be surprised by the unique supporting sounds. Although the whole mixtape hasn’t released, the first single “HQPAEW” gives listeners a glimpse of their upcoming release.

Alvaro Diaz and Mike Towers: “De Todos Nosotros”

Puerto Rican rappers Alvaro Diaz and Mike Towers have been grinding on their own since their last collaboration in 2014, “Ga$tar” both achieving new levels of success. This latest collaboration over the trap heavy beat should help propel them even further. The song stays pretty close to the trap blueprint production wise, sprinkling in a bit of auto-tune and interesting rhymes patterns.

Chino y Nacho featuring Daddy Yankee: “Andas En Mi Cabeza”
Venezuelan stars Chino y Nacho started off their careers as part of a boy band Calle Ciega, but since have made a career working together mixing reggaeton, salsa and meringue styles together. Their latest single features the mega reggaeton star Daddy Yankee, who raps over the more pop sounding song.

Wisin y Yandel featuring Tony Dize: “Dime Que Sucedio”

Wisin y Yandel are two of reggaeton’s most popular stars and one of the most recognizable groups, with Wisin handling more of the rapping and Yandel the vocalist. They have released an incredible amount of music in their career, working with almost every major Latin artist either collectively or individually. They consistently release visually stimulating videos, including the most recent featuring Tony Dize, “Dime Que Sucedio” that alternates from gritty street shots to clean upscale white themed shots.