2015 is almost over! Check out our list of some of our favorite Latin songs of the year. Let us know your favorites in the comments below!
10. "Sin Una Nube"-Alessandra Amoroso ft. Diego Torres
Why We Picked It: Italy's Alessandra Amoroso made her Latin debut this year with her self-titled Spanish language album. "Sin Una Nube" (the Spanish version of "Senza nuvole") features Argentina's Diego Torres.
8. "El Perfume"-Fanny Lu
Why We Picked It: We could not be happier that Fanny Lu has returned to music with such a bang. And after a 3 year break, we're glad to have her back with this tender love song that hit No. 1 on Billboard's Tropical Songs chart.
7. "Un Zombie a la Intemperie"-Alejandro Sanz
Why We Picked It: Featured on Sanz's 2015 Latin Grammy-winning album Sirope, "Un Zombie a la Intemperie" was also nominated in the Record of the Year category.
Why We Picked It: Maluma has had a great year. Actually, that might be an understatement. Starting the year off with the video premiere of the catchy MadMusick-produced "Carnaval" and ending it with the launch of his second full length studio album Pretty Boy Dirty Boy, Maluma is unstoppable right now.
5. "Tú y Yo"-Natalia Jiménez
Why We Picked It: Natalia!!! We love Natalia Jiménez. "Tú y Yo" is a fantastically beautiful ballad that perfectly demonstrates her vocal abilities. The song is featured on her Latin Grammy-nominated album Creo en Mí.
4. "Entre Mi Vida y La Tuya"-Fonseca
Why We Picked It: We love the bright and colorful flavors of this hit from Colombia's Fonseca. "Entre Mi Vida y La Tuya" hit the top 5 in seven countries, including the U.S where it reached No. 1 on Billboard's Tropical Songs chart.
2. "Ginza"-J Balvin
Why We Picked It: Si necesita reggaeton, dale! Ok, so we definitely couldn't get this great summer hit out of our heads. It's still going strong with over 300 million views on YouTube.
1. "Me Voy Enamorando (Remix)"-Chino & Nacho ft. Farruko
Why We Picked It: The upbeat "Me Voy Enamorando (Remix)" is one of our absolute favorites of the year across all languages and genres. Once the official video was released, it went viral, and it now has over 200 million views on YouTube.