Paola Jara & Chiquis, Feid & More: Which Is Your Favorite New Latin Music Release? Vote!

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Check out the new Latin music releases and vote for the best one below.

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This week, our New Music Latin roundup — a compilation of the best new Latin songs, albums and videos recommended by Billboard Latin and Billboard Español editors — is powered by new music from Paola Jara, Becky G, Enrique Iglesias and Feid, to name a few.

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Feid, Becky G and Colombian newcomer Venesti, all released new albums this week. Feid’s MOR, No Le Temas a la Oscuridad (Love, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark) is easily his most eclectic production yet, with 15 songs that dabble in genres including Afrobeat, techno, funk and his signature Medallo reggaton. With a mix off ranchera, corridos and ballads, Becky G’s Esquinas (Corners) celebrates her two cultures and pride of being a 200 percenter (100% Mexican, 100% American). Rising act Venesti delivered his debut album De La Nada (Out of Nowhere), in which he showcases his vocal range backed by dancehall, bachata, electronica, reggaeton and more.

A notable single that was released this week is Enrique Iglesias and Maria Becerra’s first collaborative effort, a romantic bachata called “Asi Es La Vida.” This doesn’t mark their first bachata rodeo; Becerra previously joined Prince Royce in “Te Espero” and Rusherking in “Antes de Ti,” and Iglesias released “El Perdedor” featuring Marco Antonio Solis, “Loco” with Romeo Santos and “Cuando Me Enamoro” with Juan Luis Guerra.

Other must-hear tracks include Bad Bunny’s “Un Preview,” Paola Jara and Chiquis’ ultra powerful “Lo Que No Sirve, Estorba” and Nio Garcia and Anuel AA’s infectious “Oh Na Na.”

Last week, Ricky Martin and Christian Nodal’s “Fuego De Noche, Nieve De Día” won the poll with more than 67 percent of the votes. What’s your favorite new Latin music release of the week? Vote below!

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