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Hispanic Heritage Month

Check Out 15 Latest Songs From Our Latino Artists

We're all busy, and maybe you've missed some of our Latino artists' latest hits. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we have curated a list for you. Which one is your favorite?

1. Prince Royce Ft. Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull - “Back It Up"

Prince Royce is back with an English hit from his new album “Double Vision,” with none other than his fellow Bronx native Jennifer Lopez - as well as Mr. 305 of course.

2.Gloria Trevi - “El Amor”

The Mexican pop diva kicked off her tour "El Amor" on August 21, the same day she released her much anticipated album by the same name.

3. J Balvin - “Ginza”

The Colombian reggaetonero’s song is currently number one on Billboard’s “Latin Airplay” chart as the top song on Latin radio stations across the country. He will start his tour on September 23 in Miami, Fl.

4. Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias - “Forgiveness”

Nicky Jam has made a comeback! The reggaetonero and Enrique Iglesias released "El Perdón" a while back and recently came out with an English version of that song. "El Perdón" is currently number one on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs, Latin Digital Songs and Latin Streaming Songs.

5. Lila Downs - “Balas y Chocolate”

Lila Downs is currently on her second U.S. tour leg of "Balas y Chocolate." Her tour dates include performances at the famous Apollo Theater, Hollywood Pantages Theater and at the Warner Theatre for the 2015 Hispanic Heritage Awards.

6. Juanes and Cederic Gervais - “Este Amor”

Colombian singer Juanes dabbled in some EDM (Electric Dance Music) and joined French DJ Cederic Gervais in an electric new song in Spanish!

7. Julio Iglesias - "Fallaste Corazón"

This single is part of the Spanish singer's new album, "Mexico," a tribute to Mexican songwriters. Iglesias will include 12 songs with Mexican flavor, one of them "Fallaste Corazón." The album is going to be released on September 25.

8. Becky G - “Break a Sweat”

Eighteen-year-old Becky G is going to begin touring with J Balvin in September. The Mexican American singer and Cover Girl face began her career by doing covers of famous songs such as "Take Care" and "Boyfriend," which eventually caught the attention of song-writer Dr. Luke and launched her career.

9. La Santa Cecilia - "I Won' Cry For You"

The bilingual and bicultural group released this single in anticipation of their new album which will be released some time in September. Known for their mixing of genres, this song is a combination of old school Swing Jazz, pop, rock,Norteño and their signature vocal range from lead singer "La Marisoul."

10. Julieta Vanegas - "Ese Camino"

This Mexican singer's new album "Algo Sucede," was released on August 14. In this nostalgic single, Vanegas celebrates children and her childhood.

11. Gente de Zona Ft. Marc Antony, “La Gozadera”

The catchy song was premiered at the 2015 Billboard Latin Awards. The song is very appropriate for this month as it mentions Latin American countries.

12. Ricky Martin “La Mordidita”

Released in early February, "La Mordidita," is part of Ricky Martin's album "A Quien Quiera Escuchar." It is currently 14 on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs.

13. Carlito Olivero - "Pon Ya Body"

Olivero was part of the Latino boy band Menudo and also participated in Season 3 of the X-Factor. He coins himself an independent artist and released his first solo album “D.D.B.R.W.S” (Dreams Don’t Become Reality While Sleeping) in July. He appeared in Season 3 of Hulu’s "East Los High."

14. Maná - "La Prisión"

The legendary Mexican rock band released their album "Cama Incendiada" earlier this summer. This song was also remixed with famous DJ Steve Aoki to create a unique Latin Rock meets EDM song.

15. "We Are All Mexican"

Music legend Emilio Estefan recently told NBC Latino that “We Are All Mexican” is a "labor of love" and a way "to lift up our pride and show the world what we're doing." The Cuban-American award-winning record producer recruited his wife Gloria, Thalia, Pepe Aguilar, Wyclef Jean and others, to record the song.

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