This week is ours First Stream Latin roundup – which is a collection of the best new ones Latin songs, albums and videos recommended by Billboard Latin editors – is powered by a handful of new songs by Tini and Tiago PZK and Pedro Capo, and also new albums by Feid and Los Dos Carnales, to name a few.
This week, Feid dropped his new studio album FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS FERXXO TE PIRATEAMOS EL ALBUM, where the Colombian artist opted for an almost entirely solo album with no collaborations (the only special guest is Yandel on “XQ Te Pones Asi”). Of course, Feid brings an edgy album with Medellín’s reggaetón flow, hard hitting perreos and even chill house beats as heard in “Nieve” and “Belixe”. It’s made for a party. But he also flaunts his vulnerability and cheap page in many tracks.
Regional Mexican act Los Dos Carnales also released their new album Corridos Para Valientes Vol. 1. Just in time for Mexican Independence Day, the sibling duo released a new corrido set, powered by traditional instruments like the accordion and a requinto. Corridos Para Valientes Vol. 1 is packed with, as the name suggests, tracks that straight and proudly tell stories of hardships and infamous characters like Rafael Caro Quintero.
This week’s First Stream Latin also includes collaborations from Paulo Londra and Duki, Andy Rivera and Beele, and Piso 21 and Carin Leon.
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