Movies & TV
My movies & TV
Buy gift card
My Play activity
Latin Rap/Hip-Hop en Español
Rock en Español
Salsa y Tropical
J. Balvin & Bad Bunny
Oasis is a collaborative album by Colombian singer J Balvin and Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny, released on 28 June 2019. The pair previously collaborated on Cardi B's 2018 single "I Like It". "Qué Pretendes" was released as the lead single with a video alongside the album.
11:11 is the fourth studio album by Colombian singer-songwriter Maluma, released on 17 May 2019 by Sony Music Latin. The album features guest appearances from Ricky Martin, Ozuna, Nicky Jam, Zion & Lennox, Madonna, Sech, Ty Dolla Sign, Chencho, and Farina. In order to promote the album, Maluma went on the 11:11 World Tour in 2019. It was supported by two singles: "HP" and "11 PM", and the promotional single "Déjale Saber". The album was noted by critics as being noticeably cleaner and more romantic than previous projects by the Colombian singer.
Dónde jugarán los niños?
¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? is the second studio album released by Mexican rock band Maná released in 1992. This album contained many of the hits that catapulted them to international fame and established them as one of the leading Latin rock acts of the 90's, including "Oye Mi Amor", "¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños?", "Vivir Sin Aire", "Te Llore Un Río", "Cómo te deseo" and "De pies a cabeza". The album has reached #4 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums Chart. Ulises Calleros was replaced by César "Vampiro" López. The band re-released this album with bonus remixes on February 15, 1994. Singer Mijares covered "Vivir sin Aire" in his 2009 Spanish album Vivir Así. "Oye Mi Amor" is one of the international songs included in the rhythm video game Rock Band 3.
Sueños Líquidos is the fifth studio album recorded by Mexican rock band Maná, It was released by WEA Latina on October 14, 1997. After its release for the first time in over 36 countries across the globe, the band began to receive heavy international attention, especially in Spain and the U.S., where the album sold in excess of 1,000,000 copies. This album was born of the desire to create an environment where water, a vital element, has an important presence. Because of this, the record was recorded in the coastal city of Puerto Vallarta, an important location in the creative atlas of Maná. Sueños Líquidos garnered Maná its first Grammy Award, for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Performance. The album was given a Premio Lo Nuestro award for "Pop Album of the Year" which was shared with Shakira for "¿Dónde están los ladrones?. It was released on DVD-Audio format in 2001.
Best of Gipsy Kings
The Best of the Gipsy Kings is an album from the band Gipsy Kings. It was released on March 28, 1995 in the US.
A compilation of previous albums, which also includes a live release of "La Dona", "Galaxia" and "Vamos a Bailar" and the popular party Medley.
It also includes the new song "A Tu Vera" in an acoustic tone. That song will only be re-released as a re-recorded version on the album Estrellas and its American version Tierra Gitana.
Greatest Hits which was released a year prior for European audience is a very similar compilation with a different song order and the replacement of "Viento Del Arena", "Quiero Saber", "Montaña", "Trista Pena", "Love & Liberté" and "A Tu Vera" by "Pida Me La", "A Mi Manera", "Tu Quieres Volver", "Soy", "La Quiero" and "Allegria". Also "La Dona" and "Galaxia" on this album are the live versions while the ones on Greatest Hits are studio versions. The song "Escucha Me" is also slightly different.
With 1.5 million sales, As of October 2017, The Best of the Gipsy Kings is the third bestselling Latin album in the US.
Musas (Un Homenaje al Folclore Latinoamericano en Manos de Los Macorinos, Vol. 1)
Romance is the eighth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was released by WEA Latina on 19 November 1991. Although the production was originally intended as another collaboration with Juan Carlos Calderón, that plan was scrapped when Calderón was unable to compose songs for the album. Facing a new-material deadline in his recording contract, at his manager's suggestion Miguel chose bolero music for his next project. Mexican singer-songwriter Armando Manzanero was hired by WEA Latina to co-produce the album with Miguel. Recording began in August 1991 at Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood, California, with Bebu Silvetti the arranger.
On the album Miguel covers twelve boleros, originally recorded from 1944 to 1986. The first two singles, "Inolvidable" and "No Sé Tú", reached number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart in the United States and spent six months atop the Mexican charts. "Mucho Corazón" and "Cómo" were in the top five of the Hot Latin Songs chart, and "Usted" and "La Barca" received airplay throughout Latin America. Miguel promoted the record with a tour of the United States and Latin America.
Black Eyed Peas & Piso 21
De La Ghetto
Camilo & Pedro Capó
Greeicy & Juanes
La Vida Es Una Sola
Nacho & Tito "El Bambino"
Kurt & Luis Fonsi
Con Calma (feat. Snow)
Con Calma (Remix) (feat. Snow)
No Lo Trates
Runaway (feat. Jonas Brothers)
MIA (feat. Drake)
Site Terms of Service
Location: United States
Language: English (United States)
By purchasing this item, you are transacting with Google Payments and agreeing to the Google Payments
Terms of Service