Music Videos You Need To Watch This Week: Las Villa, C. Tangana, Immasoul, and More
Welcome to The Watch List, where we round up the best Latin music videos released in the past week that you need in your life. Check out the list below.
Las Villa & Harry Nach – “Gira Gira”
Young Latin talent teaming up for an explosive collaboration. The camera keeps turning for Colombian sisters Las Villa and Chilean rapper Harry Nach on “Gira Gira.”
C. Tangana – Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
Spanish singer C. Tangana is making waves online with his NPR Tiny Desk Concert. The heartwarming concert feels as if you stepped into a family’s dining room, and everyone is clapping, singing along, and having a great time. El Madrileño performed a new version of “Los Tontos,” and this occasion was also the debut of Antonio Carmona’s new song “Me Maten”.Watch below and you’ll want to get your family together for a sing-along.
P.S: The “Bizarre Love Triangle” cover is *chef’s kiss*
Immasoul – “Mala”
Mexican R&B singer Immasoul takes you on a ride in the music video for “Mala.” Let the purple and pink hues take you on a journey that will make you say that you’re mala sometimes.
Maluma ft. The Sun – “Rumba (Puro Oro Anthem)”
Maluma Baby released a song with the biggest star in the world, AKA the Sun! For Earth Day, the Colombian singer and Michelob Ultra released “Rumba (Puro Oro Anthem)” to set the mood for the summer.
Snow Tha Product – “Never Be Me”
Hating on Snow? Could never be me! Snow’s flow and delivery are in full display in her music video for “Never Be Me”, which is basically an anthem to those haters that keep up with your every move online.
Farina & Arcangel – “Montoya”
Farina and Arcangel released their joint EP FlowRes. “Montoya” is a nod to Colombian racecar driver, Juan Pablo Montoya. Plan your car heist with this fire duo.
Mario Bautista – “Mamma Mia”
Mario Bautista starts off the song confidently singing “I’m her next boyfriend”. The tropical vibes are everywhere from the beat to the visuals of the pop track.
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