Anitta, Pedro Capó, Tini & Maria Becerra and More Releases for Nu Music Fridays

Welcome to Nu Music Fridays, where we give you our best picks of the week in Latin music released on Friday, April 30th. Check out our full list below!

Anitta – “Girl From Rio”

It takes a girl from Rio to sing about what it’s like to be one. Brazilian superstar Anitta gives a modern twist on “The Girl From Ipanema” with her new single, “Girl From Rio.” Anitta channels the 1940s in the music video which pays homage to her beautiful hometown of Rio de Janeiro.

Meu Deus, a rainha do Brasil chegou!

Pedro Capó, Nicki Nicole, De La Ghetto – “Tu Fanático” Remix

Puerto Rican singer Pedró Capó recruited fellow countryman De La Ghetto and Argentinian rapper Nicki Nicole for an explosive remix of “Tu Fanático.”

Tini & Maria Becerra – “Miénteme”

Argentine pop star Tini and urban singer Maria Becerra team up for getaway-themed new single “Miénteme.” BRB, trying to learn the choreography for a TikTok.

Cali Y El Dandee, Guaynaa, Mau y Ricky – “Despiértate”

Colombian pop duo Cali y El Dandee want to wake up next to you in “Despiértate”, their new single with Venezuelan brothers Mau y Ricky and Puerto Rican singer Guaynaa. We talked to Cali y El Dandee about working on this project in our exclusive interview below.

Read: Interview: Colombian Pop Duo Cali y El Dandee Talk New Single “Despiértate”, Winning Grammy For Producer of the Year and More

iLe – “No Es Importante”

Fresh off her Latin GRAMMY win for “En Cantos“, iLe released her new single “No Es Importante”, a piano ballad that speaks from an intimate perspective. In the words of iLe: “When you need to make yourself realize that someone has been inhabiting your mind for too long and it’s time to let go.”

Lunay – “Le Gusta Que La Vean”

El Niño is back with another solo effort for “Le Gusta Que La Vean.” In the music video, he plays mechanic, doctor, coast guard, and more. *Insert Lunática scream here*

Bomba Estéreo – AIRE EP

Colombian band Bomba Estéreo teases their new album Deja, which arrives on July 2nd with AIRE, their 3-song EP including “Ahora,” “Profundo” and “Se Acabó.” Press play and get ready to live in the present.

Juanes – Dancing In The Dark

After an incredible initial reception of the first single from his forthcoming album “Origen”, Latin rock Colombian singer, Juanes, is now releasing the second single with a unique interpretation in Spanish of the Bruce Springsteen classic “Dancing in The Dark.”

Nio García, Farruko – “Sin Panty”

It’s a no underwear zone for Reggaeton hitmakers Nio García and Farruko in the music video for their music video for “Sin Panty.”

Grupo Sigma, Joey Montana – “No Hay Pedo”

Reggaeton goes Corridos once again! Grupo Sigma recruit Panamanian singer Joey Montana for their new single “No Hay Pedo”.

Saraí – SARAÍ album

Venezuelan pop star on the rise, Saraí, released her debut self-titled album, which comes with 11 songs covering heartbreak, disappointment and finding self-love.

SANTI – “Paris Pa Que”

Tech graduate duo SANTI released their new song “Paris Pa Que,” which channels that feeling of knowing that anything (and anywhere) is possible as long as you’re with the right person.

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Dolly Parton Sings “Jolene” Cumbia Version With Chiquis In Virtual Duet


Dolly Parton Sings “Jolene” Cumbia Version With Chiquis In Virtual Duet


After releasing her cover of “Jolene” last year, Chiquis got to sing it with Dolly Parton on Mother’s Day. For the Latin Recording Academy’s Ellas Y Su Música special, the two performed a virtual duet of Parton’s classic.

Ellas Y Su Música highlighted the biggest Latina artists across all genres.

The Latin Recording Academy, the group behind the Latin Grammys, hosted the Ellas Y Su Música special on Univision. Latina superstars from all genres like Thalía, Alejandra Gúzman, Gloria Estefan, and Anitta performed during the show. In a surprise moment, country music legend Dolly Parton performed with Mexican-American singer Chiquis.

Dolly Parton said she’s happy to be uplifting women in any genre.

Parton introduced the regional Mexican music section of Ellas Y Su Música. “Buenas noches, ya’ll!” she exclaimed to the audience at home. “I would never pass up the opportunity to celebrate women in music in any language. We owe it to ourselves to stick together and lift each other up.”

Chiquis, the daughter of banda music legend Jenni Rivera, released her Spanish cover of “Jolene” last year as a duet with Becky G. The song was a part of Chiquis’ Latin Grammy-winning album Playlist. Parton had to sign off on the cover, so it was awesome to see her perform it with Chiquis this year.

Dolly Parton performed “Jolene” in cumbia for the first time with Chiquis.

“I love being able to join country and Latin music,” Parton said in a statement. “Hearing Jolene done in Latin cumbia rhythm and getting to sing to the beat was so much fun for me.”

In a red gown, Chiquis appeared on-stage surrounded by cowboys. After introducing her as “mi amiga,” Parton appeared on a screen behind Chiquis. Dolly performed the original lyrics in English while Chiquis echoed her in Spanish. Chiquis then followed with her hit “Anímate y Verás.”

“Wow, this has been an absolute blessing and a moment I will never forget!” Chiquis added. “I am blown away not only by Dolly’s legendary talent but also by her generosity in recording her vocals to the cumbia tempo in order to be part of our performance. She has always been one of my career role models and this is such a dream come true.”

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Read: Victoria La Mala And Chiquis Talk “Sexo Débil” And Empowering Women In Regional Mexican Music

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Interview: Brazilian Superstar Anitta Talks “Girl From Rio”, Upcoming Album and More


Interview: Brazilian Superstar Anitta Talks “Girl From Rio”, Upcoming Album and More

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In our exclusive interview here at Latido Music by mitú with Brazilian Pop icon Anitta, the “Girl From Rio” singer talked to us more in detail about her new song which was inspired by “The Girl From Ipanema”, filming the music video, the rumors about a Maluma collab in the works and more.

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The “Girl From Rio” music video pays homage to old cinema, but also celebrates the current vibrant Rio culture

The video is a celebratory homage to the resilient and vibrant culture of her hometown of Rio de Janeiro. Switching from 1950s cinema to today’s diversity in the city. Updating the melody of “The Girl From Ipanema” with a 21st-century twist, Anitta serves up a sassy, trap-beat-infused sexy ode to the ladies of her hometown. 

While writing the song, there were rumors in Brazil that Anitta might have another brother from her dad’s side. Turns out, that the rumors were true and Anitta decided to include her half-brother in the music video, which became a family affair.

Anitta also shared on her Twitter how proud she is about this project and the visual direction from Giovanni Blanco and Jeff Selis.

Anitta also talked to us about what it meant for her to win the Best Female Artist award at this year’s Latin American Music Awards, and how for a Girl From Rio like her to break into the Latin music industry is a huge honor.

Anitta has been keeping busy lately promoting “Girl From Rio.”

Just this past Tuesday, Anitta had a beautiful performance from The Goodtime Hotel in Miami for Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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READ: Anitta Posts Bikini Photo After Arcángel Says Women Should Cover Up

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