5 uplifting moments in Latin music this week (January 8) – Billboard

From career milestones and new music releases to big announcements etc., Billboard editors highlight the latest news about Latin music every week. Here’s what happened in the Latin music world this week.

Encanto Hit charts

This week, the soundtrack of the Walt Disney animated film Encanto climbed 110-7 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, breaking into the top 10 after the film debuted on the Disney+ streaming service on Christmas Eve. The album’s songs “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” and “Surface Pressure” also debuted on the Billboard Hot 100, at number 50 and 54, respectively. Encanto is the most recent soundtrack to enter the Billboard 200 top 10, after Disney’s Frozen II in 2019. Stream the soundtrack below:

Wisin & Rauw Alejandro Returns

Wisin and Rauw Alejandro went to barrios in their hometown of Puerto Rico to give toys and gifts to their community in celebration of Three Kings Day. Despite being in two different cities, each Puerto Rican star couldn’t help but send gifts to fans and the community. Wisin joined forces with the Stefano Foundation for a toy drive that took place in Caguas. Grandfather expressed on Instagram. On the other hand, Rauw shared a video summarizing his experience. See it below:

@rauwalejandroFeliz Dia de los REYES♬ original sound – Rauwalejandro

Video included by J Balvin

On Friday (January 7), J Balvin released the official music video for the track “Lo Que Dios Quiera”, part of his album. Jose (and one of Billboard’s Top Latin Albums of 2021). In the vibrant clip, where Balvin delivers heartfelt lyrics about leaving fate in God’s hands, we see same-sex couples, same-sex couples and people with disabilities enjoying their best lives. surname. “This video is not available on YouTube but will be available in early 2022. Inclusion and love,” he wrote on Instagram before release. Watch the video below:

Nio Garcia’s Tribute Tattoo

The Puerto Rican artist showed off his new squid in honor of his longtime producer Flow La Movie. The tattoo is on his shoulder and shows the late artist’s name in cursive with the years 1985-2021 underneath it. Flow died on December 15 in a plane crash. The producer/artist, born José Angel Hernandez, was one of seven passengers on board a private jet that crashed near Las Américas International Airport in the Dominican Republic. Among the victims were his partner Debbie Von Marie Jimenez Garcia and their children. The plane was headed to Florida. “Flow La Movie Forever,” Nio captioned the photo.

Britney Spears Jams to Bad Bunny

Britney showed off her new bubble-pink bikini as she modeled for the Bad Bunny concert show. “This is my first high-waist bathing suit,” she captioned the clip. “My fiancé likes it but I’m not sure. It’s great because you can adjust it high or low!!! In the short video, Spears is doing her signature side swings to Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez and Bad Bunny’s “Dákiti” and Tainy’s “Calláita.” Watch the clip below:

https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/uplifting-moments-latin-music-january-8-2022-1235016629/ 5 uplifting moments in Latin music this week (January 8) – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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