This week on the Viva Friday playlist, discover new music by Fonseca, Paulo Londra, Maite Perroni and extra of the most effective new songs, albums and movies beneficial by Streets Talkin Latin editors.
Fonseca is again with a brand new album known as Agustin, a reputation that was chosen after understanding that the start of his son was scheduled for a similar week of the discharge of the album, so he determined to call his new mission after his son in honor of this most particular second. The set is a tribute to life interlaced with one of many nice presents that the universe has given him: music. "I actually loved the method of this album. I allowed myself to get carried away by my intuition and determined to borrow parts that I discovered within the different genres and integrated them with the essence of my sound. The result’s an eclectic album,” stated Fonseca. — SUZETTE FERNANDEZ
Paulo Londra, “Adan y Eva”
Twenty-year-old Argentinian singer Paulo Londra has launched “Adan y Eva,” an city observe that can make you dance. The tune was written by Paulo Londra and produced by Ovy on the Drums in Medellín, Colombia. "The video and the theme of 'Adan y Eva' is the seek for new sounds and tales that we are able to transmit via my songs,” Paulo Londra stated in a press launch. — SF
Paula Arenas & Diana Fuentes, “Tiempo al Viento”
Colombian singer Paula Arenas and Cuban singer Diana Fuentes have joined forces to combine their tradition and expertise of their first collaboration, “Tiempo al viento.” The tune invitations everybody to be pleased and to be free, it doesn’t matter what. The tune fuses pop, city and flamenco rhythms. — SF
Draco Rosa – “2nite 2nite”
After the discharge of Monte Sagrado’s first single “333,” Draco Rosa throws one other belter, a celebratory tune injected with highly effective verses of gratitude and openness. An exhilarating efficiency, “2 Nite 2 Nite”'s constructing electrical guitar and percussion accentuates his raspy vocals wrapped in a velvety croon. The tune’s music video, filmed in Isabela and Utuado, Puerto Rico, by Rosa’s spouse Angela Alvarado, illustrates a manic aesthetic revolving round a scrum that takes one again to the '70s glam rock 'n' roll wave, filled with unhinged dance actions and private freedom. — PAMELA BUSTIOS
Mike Bahia – "Canciones con Mentiras"
Mike Bahia is on a love streak. After dropping his romantic "Serenata" observe, the Colombian singer comes with "Canciones con Mentiras." This tune, then again, is an actual tearjerker for all these hopeless romantics, or individuals who don't consider in love. Bahia's girlfriend and singer, Greeicy, makes a cameo on the finish of the video, leaving followers hoping for a sequel to this city single. — JESSICA ROIZ
Maite Perroni feat. Reykon – "Bum Bum Dale Dale"
In a time when girls in music are killing the sport, Maite Perroni returns along with her new single "Bum Bum Dale Dale." The observe options Reykon, fusing the most effective of reggaeton, Brazilian and Middle Eastern melodies. The colourful music video exhibits the Mexican songstress and Colombian singer dancing and playfully flirting. Check it out beneath. — JR
Locos por Juana – "Tal Vez, Someday"
Continuing with their playful hybrid environment, which intermixes Caribbean funk, Latin and American rhythms, Locos por Juana leaps into an unexplored floor in “Tal Vez, Someday,” the second single from their upcoming album, due in 2019. The band exhibits a particular aspect of their musical leanings, experimenting with city rhythms whereas honing their vibration undaunted of preconceptions. Written by vocalist Itawe and composed by Mark Kondrat and Javier "lakambra" Delgado, “Tal Vez, Someday” bursts with jangling guitar riffs and a commanding trombone. The clip, directed by Jay Pegg, parades sunsplashed photographs drawing inspiration from the senses. — PB
Justin Quiles ft. Plan B – "Si Tu"
Leave it to Justin Quiles to carry out Plan B from wherever they've been hiding. The Latin Grammy-nominated artist simply dropped his new single "Si Tu," that includes the reggaeton duo. Keeping true to Plan B's essence, the tune, produced by Dimelo Flow and Magnifico, offers us main flairs of old-school reggaeton with a sprinkle of recent city melodies. The video, then again, was impressed by the Twilight film, displaying a love battle between wolves and vampires. — JR