Our Top 5 Latin Songs of the Moment-November

It's time for November's Latin songs of the moment! Check out our picks and let us know yours in the comments below!

5. "Un Idiota"-Charlie Zaa

Why We Picked It: Charlie Zaa is currently reigning at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Tropical Songs Chart with "Un Idiota." The track is featured on his latest album Mi Mejor Regalo, a tribute to the late Mexican singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian who passed away in July of 2015.


4. "Capitán Tapón"-Alejandro Sanz

Why We Picked It: We cannot get enough of Alejandro Sanz lately. And we're loving him as a judge on Univision's talent competition show La Banda. "Capitán Tapón" ia dedicated to his 4-year-old son, and is filled with tender lyrics and the love of a father. The track is the third single from Sanz's Latin Grammy-winning album Sirope.


3. "Que Pena Me Da"-Jesse & Joy

Why We Picked It: After hearing "Ecos de Amor," the first single released from Jesse & Joy's upcoming album Un Besito Más, and now "Que Pena Me Da," which has a totally different vibe than the first single, we have a feeling that this brother-sister duo's upcoming album will be super huge. Un Besito Más is scheduled to release December 4th, and we can't wait.


2. "Culpa al Corazón"-Prince Royce

Why We Picked It: Roycenaticas! Are you loving Royce’s new bachata single? We sure are. After releasing his first English language album, he is returning to those bachata roots that we love so much. “Culpa al Corazón” is the first single to be released from his upcoming album, due out next year.


1. "Traidora"-Gente de Zona ft. Marc Anthony

Why We Picked It: We have a feeling that this partnership is going to be long lasting. After the success of “La Gozadera” (featured on May's list of Our Top 5 Latin Songs of the Moment), “Traidora” is sure to be another stratospheric hit, especially once the official video releases.