The first Latin playlist – Billboard

First Stream Latin is a collection of the best new Latin songs, albums and videos recommended by Billboards Latin editor. Check out this week’s picks below.

Virlan Garcia, “El Día Que Te Fuiste” (Sony Music Mexico)

Virlan Garcia will not hold back with the new single “El Dia Que Te Fuiste” (The Day That You Left). In this heartfelt union between sierreño and raccoon, Garcia ponders being blinded by love and eventually leaving the relationship. “Yes, sadness overwhelms me, yes betrayal hurts me, there are wounds her kiss left me / My body, mind and soul has tolerated the mistake and I swear it’s my fault”, he sings in the sincere song, then sings: “The day I left you, that day I was happy.” “El Dia Que Te Fuiste” marks the first single from Garcia’s upcoming album Empezar de Nuevo, due in the fall. – JESSICA ROIZ


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Pablo Alborán, “Carretera y Manta” (Warner Music Spain)

Spanish singer-songwriter Pablo Alborán’s new single delivers a message of positivity and celebration with lyrics about the good fortune of having great friends when it comes to bad times. Produced and written by Alborán, the catchy funk tune is from a song he wrote when he was 12 but sounds fresh and relevant. “The highway and the blanket / I can’t stop my heart / I don’t want to go and ask for forgiveness / If it rains, let it rain / Some will go, but the good people stay,” he sings in the foot song real. – INGRID FAJARDO

Doris Anahi, Aprendiendo Por Las Malas (Casa Mija)

With an intense melancholy, Doris Anahí sang her penas on her first EP, Aprendiendo by las Malas (Learn the Hard Way). The manager-turned-singer delivers a beautiful and engaging set of 5 new tracks that come from a place of transition, discovery, and acceptance. Mainly in Spanish with a song mostly sung in English (“It Was not You”), the film is heavily influenced by boleros and rancheras, the music she grew up listening to in LA with Parents are Mexican. She wrote on Instagram: “This project has been a base of hard learning for the past few years. “The painful deaths necessary led to this rebirth that you are witnessing in real time.” – GRISELDA flowers

Dekko, “Byemalandra” (Interscope Records)

Dekko is going through a heartbreak and he shows his feelings his way. “Byemalandra,” an uptempo dancer, can attest. In her new song, the rising Colombian artist shares how to cope with life after a breakup. “I know you’re partying, you’re not a saint,” he began the track. Then the saying: “When I was drawn to you, I swear I fell in love […] Forget it, I don’t think I’ll fall in love again.” In the video, he also brings his mood to life, enjoying a pool party with his guy friends, surrounded by lots of single women. – JR

Ricky Martin, Play (Sony Music Latin)

Ricky Martin Follows His Latin Grammy Award Winning EP Pausa arrived without much notice. Title Play, the six-track set is as poignant as its predecessor, with Martin still as vulnerable as ever in navigating love and pain. Even though he said in 2020 that this second EP would be “more upbeat,” Martin still clung to his pop-ballad roots. The EP includes previously released singles such as the voluptuous ballads “Otra Noche en LA” and “A Veces Bien ya Veces Mal” paired perfectly with pop gems “Amordio”, “Paris in Love” and “Acido Sabor”. Regarding his EP, Martin said: “Composing music, choosing songs and sharing them with you is my passion. I’ve been doing it for 38 years and your response is, without a doubt, what drives me forward on this complex journey called life.” – GF

Yahritza y Su Esencia, “Nadie Sabe” (Lumbre Music)

The up-and-coming Mexican teen trio in the Yahritza Y Su Esencia region have blessed fans with a deluxe edition of their chart-topping EP Obsessed with. The new set includes two brand new tracks: “Nadie Sabe” and “Estas En Mi Pasado.” The former is more of a country song, a bit different with their signature sad sierreños backed up by gritty guitars. The second part, “Estas En Mi Pasado,” sticks to its core sound with Yahritza’s tender yet commanding vocals taking center stage, feeding into every lyric she sings. – GF

La Tukiti, “Sin Controversy” (ABM Records)

Dominica’s newcomer, La Tukiti, releases her new single “Sin Contversia”, a fun and catchy track combined with powerful beats and backed up by a unique freestyle and lyrics her street-friendly song. Written by Antonio Vargas and produced by Wellington Acosta and La Greña, this track reinforces in its lyrics how La Tukiti has conquered the genre with her outstanding talent. – IF The first Latin playlist – Billboard

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