Hispanic artistes on the charts
Enrique Iglesias teams up with old friend Sean Paul for a taste of his old-school Latino music. From his tenth studio album Sex and Love, the song is perfect to set the mood for a night of slow dancing, reminiscent of the 90s ballads that shot Iglesias to fame. The song is currently at number 7.
Dare La La La
Hardly very unique, the song borders on EDM but with enough pop that the Columbian singer is so famous for. After all, how can her signature hip sway and wall hugging move feature in a completely techno tune? She holds steady at number 10.
The first single from her latest album A.K.A., Jennifer Lopez gives us an up-tempo pop tune talking about her relationships. With strong percussions and a hint of hip-hop, it is energetic and essential at all dance parties. Currently, the song is at number 18. We Are
One (Ole Ola)
Despite facing tremendous flack at the FIFA World Cup for being a very non-Brazilian anthem, this Pitbull-Jennifer Lopez collaboration is staying put on the charts at number 27. Have a listen to the song and youa��ll understand why it turns into an ear worm that will have
you grooving, no doubt.
Mr World Wide Pitbull ropes in legendary guitarist Carlos Santana for a remake of Oye Como Va. Apparently, while Santana was thrilled to collaborate with Pitbull, it took a while for them to get the song exactly as they wanted. The song is at the 32nd spot.
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