It’s almost the end of the year, and we’ve yet to hear some of the most highly-anticipated Latin albums. Undoubtedly, there’s been an incredible amount of Latin albums that we’ve seen leave a mark already.
Besides Bad Bunny’s “Un Verano Sin Ti,” we’ve seen strong “best Latin music of 2022” contenders such as Sebastián Yatra’s “DHARMA” and the slaying of Christina Aguilera’s back-to-her-roots Spanish-language album “Aguilera,” but what else is to come?
From Rauw Alejandro’s new highly-anticipated album to the mesmerizing Kali Uchis’ allegedly not one but two finished albums – here are five albums by Latin artists that are finally coming out in the next few months… or so they said!
The Puerto Rican artist Rauw Alejandro has completely swept his Instagram account (save his potential upcoming album promo) and deleted his official Twitter page. These are all indicators that his album may drop soon since this isn’t the first time an artist goes incognito to garner attention!
His latest and only Instagram post reads: “Take care. I love you all. Thanks for the love always. See you in a while.” Could it be that he’s finalizing and preparing his album launch?
The Brazilian superstar Anitta’s deluxe version of “Versions Of Me” is a hit in the making. She’s teased forthcoming collaborations with Missy Elliot, for instance. What else does the international star have in store for us? We can’t wait to find out.
This one is borderline haunting (in a good way!) – but have you heard of the Tex-Mex icon Selena Quintanilla’s new remix track “Como Te Quiero Yo A Ti”? It is part of her remix vocal-altered album Moonchild Mixes that’s due on Aug. 26. It’s a bittersweet feeling waiting to happen!
The Puerto Rican artist Villano Antillano has been the buzz lately. From her epic collaboration with the Argentinian producer Bizarrap, released earlier this year, to her performance at Bad Bunny’s first Choli date, she’s been cementing herself as one of the current Latin urban scene’s best-emerging rappers to reckon with. Her debut album “sustancia X” is set to be released this year – and we’re more than ready to listen to what she describes as a soundtrack of her transition.
The Colombian pop star has been teasing a new album since April! In an Instagram post, she wrote: “My third album & the next are finished🌸one is an English album, one is a Spanish album. What do my kuchis want first?” Girl, we’ve been waiting. Whatever you want, just give it to us!