Paulo Londra’s ‘Paracaídas’ & More: Which Is Your Favorite New Latin Music Release This Week? Vote!

This week, Billboard’s New Music Latin roundup and playlist — curated by Billboard Latin and Billboard Español editors — features fresh new music from artists such as Paulo Londra, Ángela Aguilar, and Mario Bautista, to name a few.

Ready for a throwback? Mexican boy band Magneto — consisting of original members Elías, Mauri, Alan, Tono, and Alex — made a long-awaited comeback after 25 years of not releasing new music. The 90s ensemble unleashed “Prender El Fuego Otra Vez,” which is a great way to describe this moment: lighting a fire again.

In his regional Mexican era, Mario Bautista marks a new beginning with Fénix. “It took me years to return to Mario Alberto [his real name], and give him the wheel,” the Mexican singer-songwriter told Billboard about the album. “Nowadays, that brings me joy and peace, and ‘Fénix’ represents this new stage, this rebirth.” 

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Other new releases include Paulo Londra’s “Paracaídas,” Ángela Aguilar’s mariachi ballad “Gotitas Saladas,” Cimafunk’s “Pretty, Chino Pacas’ “Mami Chula,” among many others.

Last week, music fans voted for Feid’s “Sorry 4 That Much,” generating more than 65% of the votes and beating out other releases that dropped, including Natti Natasha’s “Quiéreme Menos,” Christian Nodal’s “Kbron y Medio,” Joaquina’s “Pesimista” and Fariana and Oro Solido’s “El Caballito,” plus a new joint EP by Maluma and Blessd, titled 1 of 1. Coming in second place on the poll was J Balvin and Chencho Corleone’s “Polvo de tu Vida” with 28% of the vote.

Who should win this week? Vote among new releases by ROBI, Magneto, and more, below: