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Here Are 25 Maluma Thirst Posts That We Definitely Double Tapped

Maluma is the king of thirst posts. Just check his Instagram and you will see subtle brags and thirst-inducing posts all over the place. Not going to lie, we still double tap all of his photos. Here are the 25 photos that we didn’t think twice about double tapping.

1. On A Boat Candid

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Okay, how can you not swoon over this photos. Maluma is giving you zaddy realness here from the messy hair to slim fitting t-shirt.

2. Candid On The Set

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This photo really got our BTS interest peaked. What is this for? How can we be involved? Suddenly there was a feeling of pride and we just coouldn’t help but double tap.

3. Sophisticated Business Man

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All grown up and ready to make a deal, likely in England. That coat is just barely hanging on to those shoulders and his glasses mean he is there to work.

4. Deep In Thought/Feelings

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Nothing hotter than a man who gets his feelings and isn’t afraid to get in them. There is nothing wrong with making sure that your emotional state is just as taken care of as your physical state.

5. Cooking On The Grill

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While you’re just sitting on your couch, Maluma wants you to know that somewhere in the world he is shirtless cooking on the grill. But, like, how do we get invited tot his gathering?

6. Dogs

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There are more than a few photos on his Instagram that include puppies. Seeing a man with his dog will make your knees weak. Just look at that one sleeping at this feet.

7. Reflecting On Himself

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Two angles of Maluma at once? Yes, please. The more Maluma you see on the screen the more likely you are to stop. It is simple math, really. #Education

8. The Casual Flex

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“Oh, these? Yeah. I’m just stretching.” That is what we imagine he is saying in this photo. But did we stop? Yes we did. Just look at those arms.

9. Covered In Fur On A Plane

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Doesn’t that look comfortable? Not only is he covered in what looks like super soft fur, he didn’t have to deal with other passengers. How nice to go to the airport and not have to deal with people.

10. The Thinker

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A thinking man is a good man to keep around. But what is he contemplating? Maybe he is thinking about some bomb food he had earlier in the day.

11. The Goofball

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A sense of humor can go a long way. It’s always nice to have a husband that can make you laugh. Seems like Maluma is that husband.

12. Horses

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If dogs aren’t your thing, what about Maluma standing in front of horses? Picture taking a long, romantic horseback ride with Maluma later in the day.

Read: These Are Definitely The Best Maluma Insta Photos

13. Caught With Messy Hair

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Oops. Looks like he didn’t have time to get his hair ready before this super surprise photo was taken. How rude.

14. Motorbike Jubilation

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Motorbiking? How fun. It must be fun seeing as to how he is laughing and really enjoying himself. That seems like a really intense thing to do.

15. Over The Shoulder

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Smoldering look a playful expression because you distracted him from his phone. How funny. He is really a fan of his candid photos. It is like he is never paying attention.

16. On The Grind

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There is no shortage of working-type photos from Maluma. It is like he is always in the studio working on music and really wants us to know about it.

17. Mid-Concert Breather

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Maluma loves posting photos of himself shirtless and on stage. He really wants you to know that he is performing and that he is letting everyone else see him without his shirt on.

18. Shirtless With A Jacket

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See. Always shirtless and always on stage. But the jacket is a nice touch. At least he is making sure that he won’t catch a cold while performing.

19. Shirtless With Bandana

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He does have a thing with cigars. For some reason a lot of his photos involve him and a stogie.

20. In The Snow

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Uh oh. Looks like he forgot his shirt. Seems like an odd place to have your arms exposed but he seems fine.

21. Sweaty Post-Work Out

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He has to let you know when he works out. After all, is it really a work out if you don’t post it on social media? The answer is no if you ever watch it.

22. Sweet Smile

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A nice innocent smile is not rare on his Instagram feed. He loves to let us know that he isn’t always tough and all business. Sometimes he likes to let loose like all of us do.

23. Vacation Shot

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We always know when Maluma is traveling. He is not shy about showing off photos of himself on planes and in different countries.

24. Work Out Shot

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Yeah, he even shares photos of him working out. At least we know how he keeps his body in shape. If you tried, you might be able to recreate his work out from checking out his page.

25. Fire Place

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That suit looks so comfortable. It looks really good when paired with the fire behind him.

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As A Latin Music Fan, Here Are My Picks For The 2020 Latin Grammys

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As A Latin Music Fan, Here Are My Picks For The 2020 Latin Grammys

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Last year’s Latin Grammys caused an uproar on social media after the nominees list was released. Many fans and artists noticed the lack of representation of the Reggaeton music genre. “Sin reggaeton no hay Latin Grammy,” read many of the posts on social media, but this year seems to be different. 

This year’s nominees accurately represent the changing culture in Latin music as it shifts more towards the reggaeton genre. Here are my top picks for some of my favorite categories. 

Record of the Year

Record of the Year is always one of the toughest picks as many of my favorite songs are included in this category. This year it seems pretty competitive as Bad Bunny’s Vete competes with Karol G and Nicki Minaj’s Tusa. Karol G is competing against herself with the song China by Anuel AA, Daddy Yankee, Karol G, Featuring Ozuna and J Balvin. But at the end, Tusa by Karol G and Nicki Minaj should take the win as the overall production of the song is what makes it so great. From the rhythm to the lyrics, Tusa deserves the Grammy. 

Album of the Year

In 2019, we had a lack of reggaeton nominees in this category, but this year the list includes two reggaeton superstars: Bad Bunny and J Balvin. Both are nominated for their joint album OASIS and their solo albums, Colores and YHLQMDLG. To me, it’s clear that the winner of this category will be Bad Bunny with YHLQMDLG. The 20-song album delivered Latin trap with a variety of moods, whether it was a post-breakup heartbreak, our on-pause summer anthems, or the heartfelt thank you at the end. This album was highly anticipated and it delivered.

Best New Artist

The top contestants in this category are Anuel AA,  Rauw Alejandro, and Cazzu. While Rauw Alejandro has had some big hits this year, such as “El Efecto,” “Tattoo,” “Elegi,” and “TBT,” it is very likely that Anuel AA will take the Grammy home. Anuel AA was snubbed from a best new artist nomination last year, but he has been very successful since then which shows his growth as a new artist. 

Song of the Year

While there are many great songs nominated in this category, “ADMV” by Maluma stands out the most. The song was released during quarantine and was written by the artist as a dedication to all the people in his life that he loves. The song, which touches upon love and growing old with one’s significant other is a very heartfelt balada and one that gives us a whole new side to Maluma. The lyrics of the song and the overall composition gives us all the feels and reminds us to hug our loved ones a little tighter and tell them that we love them. 

Best Regional Song 

The top nominees in this genre include Christian Nodal with AYAYAY! and Natalia Lafourcade con MI RELIGIÓN. While I am a huge fan of Natalia Lafourcade, Christian Nodal will most likely take the win with this upbeat and modern song. What makes the song work for Nodal is that it is still rooted in the regional genre. 

Best Short Form Music Video

If you haven’t seen J.Balvin’s video for Rojo, please do yourself a favor and watch it now! But be prepared with tissues, this video delivers pain, acceptance, and even a message to its viewers. The video starts with Balvin receiving the news that his daughter was born, as he rushes to the hospital on the phone with his mom, he crashes and dies. But he is not conscious of his death and his spirit makes it to the hospital. The rest of the video shows Balvin following the life of his daughter as she grows up. This video delivers an exceptional story in less than 5 minutes and is a grammy-winning performance. 

To see who will win be sure to tune in! The 21st annual Latin Grammys will air on Univision, Nov. 19, 2020.

READ: Maluma Is Keeping Us Up To Date On His Life In Quarantine And I Couldn’t Be More Grateful

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The Long Awaited Trailer To JLo And Maluma’s ‘Marry Me’ Is Finally Here

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The Long Awaited Trailer To JLo And Maluma’s ‘Marry Me’ Is Finally Here

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One of the year’s biggest collaborations is starting to make more progress after being largely shut down thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. Of course, we’re talking about the upcoming highly-anticipated Jennifer Lopez film, Marry Me, which also stars Maluma in his acting debut.

Although we still have a while to wait before the movie makes its big screen debut (not until 2021), we’re finally getting our first look at what the duo will look like on screen along with other exciting details about the project.

Marry Me finally has an official trailer and JLo and Maluma fans couldn’t be more excited.

It seems like we’ve been hyped up for this film forever – and thanks to Coronavirus, we kinda have. But finally, Universal has released the teaser for Marry Me, and it reveals a few new details about the film and its cast. Along with J.Lo, the film stars Owen Wilson, Sarah Silverman, and Colombian singer Maluma in his major feature debut.

The film was originally announced last summer and production began in October 2019 but much of it was shut down once the Coronavirus struck. The film is directed by Kat Coiro (It’s Always Sunny in PhiladelphiaDead to Me) and features original music by Lopez and Maluma, which sounds too perfect to be legal, sorry.

To celebrate the cinematic milestone, López and Maluma have reported that they are recording a full-length soundtrack of original songs. Maluma Baby is hyped from the time he’s spent in the studio with J.Lo (who wouldn’t be?), telling a reporter last year, “It’s been such an amazing experience also working, doing music. I mean we never stop.”

So here’s everything we know about the film so far.

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Based on the graphic novel by Bobby Crosby, the film is described as a “modern love story about celebrity, marriage and social media.” López plays musical sensation Kat Valdez, who agrees to live-stream her marriage with her fellow superstar Bastian (Maluma — fictional or not, this is officially the hottest couple on Planet Earth and we can’t unsee it) in order to boost the sales of their new single and duet, “Marry Me.”

When she finds out that Bastian has been cheating on her, however, she freaks out and decides to marry a stranger in the audience watching: divorced high-school math teacher Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson), who was dragged to the event by his daughter. The unexpected sequence of events leads the two down a path toward unexpected true love.

Even with a new movie coming out, both JLo and Maluma have been hard at work in the studio.

Just last month, Maluma surprise released his latest album – PAPI JUANCHO. It’s Maluma’s fifth studio album and was produced alongside longtime collaborators Rude Boyz. Although the album features Maluma’s alter ego as the main star, it also includes several guest appearances from a number of reggaetón royals, including Justin Quiles, Lenny Tavarez, Myke Towers, and Jory Boy. PAPI JUANCHO was made during quarantine between the singer’s hometown of Medellín and Miami, his U.S. base.

Meanwhile, JLo has teased new music in recent weeks. Jennifer Lopez posted a picture with producer Ryan Tedder over the weekend in which she promised that new music is “just around the corner.”

The snap, in which Lopez is sporting dark red lips and a messy up hairdo alongside the OneRepublic leader and veteran songwriter/producer — rocking a black Mad Tasty hat — doesn’t offer much more detail about what the duo are cooking up, but Lopez seems pretty psyched.

“Can u feeeeeel it… new music just around the corner!!” Lopez wrote.

It would be a welcome return for Lopez, who has only released a remix of “If You Had My Love” so far this year, as fans wait for her to announce a release date for her as-yet-untitled ninth studio album. Lopez’s last full-length was 2014’s A.K.A., which featured the singles “I Luh Ya Papi,” “First Love” and “Booty.”

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