Nicky Jam Releases New Single “Polvo,” Featuring Myke Towers

Nicky Jam is ending this tumultuous year with a bang(er).

The 39-year-old Puerto Rican and Dominican American reggaeton singer has released the new single “Polvo,” featuring Myke Towers.

Nicky Jam

Produced by Sky Rompiendo and recorded by Saga Whiteblack, Nicky Jam’s new single with the 26-year-old Puerto Rican rapper/singer promises to become one of the bangers of 2021.

The track centers on two people who aren’t on speaking terms despite having sexual chemistry.

Mi polvo favorito, eh / La baby que yo necesito / ¿Por qué no vienes aquí ahora? / No quiero terminar así, no quiero que duermas sola,” Jam sings in the chorus.

The song starts off with an enthralling piano melody that transforms into a sultry reggaeton beat.

The music video was directed by Mike Ho and produced by Cinema Giants and features model and Nicky Jam’s fiancé Cydney Moreau.

Ozuna Teams Up with Scott Storch & Tyga on Spanglish Single “Fuego Del Calor”

Ozuna is bringing the heat…

The 28-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton and Latin trap singer has joined voiced with superproducer Scott Storch and Tyga for the breezy poolside “Fuego Del Calor” music video.


Storch, who received his first credit as a lead artist for the reggaeton hip-hop single, casually smokes a cigar while the Ozuna and Tyga swap verses at sundown as things are just starting to heat up.

The trio’s summer forecast features Ozuna kicking off the track singing suave borderline raunchy Spanish lyrics like “Tú tiene’ algo que me hace delirar Yo no sé, el baile lo mezclo con el alcohol/ You have something that makes me delirious, the dancing I mix with alcohol.” Then, mid-song, Tyga comes in to take the Latin rhythms-influenced song to a whole other level.

“Fuego Del Calor” serves as a preview to Storch’s debut solo album due to arrive via Atlantic Records in the coming months.

The “Fuego Del Calor” music video was directed by Mike Ho.

Karol G Releases Pinktastic New Video for Nicki Minaj Collaboration, “Tusa”

Karol Gis Queen-ing out…

The 28-year-old Colombian singer, one of the most in-demand collaborators in the Latin pop world,has joined voices with Nicki Minaj on “Tusa,” and the catchy single’s video.

Karol G, Tusa, Nicki Minaj

The song’s title hails from a Colombian slang term for the heartache one experiences after a breakup. But, Karol G and Minaj don’t sweat it — in both English and Spanish, instead they party away the pain. 

“Se cansó de ser buena/Ahora es ella quien los usa,” sings Karol G. 

Colombian producer Ovy on the Drums accents the swaggering reggaeton track with a crisp sample of a classical string quartet. The song’s pomp is matched by the luxe, Rococo feel of the video, directed by Mike Ho; together the divas revel in diamonds, feathers and miles of pink satin. 

“Pero hice todo este llanto por nada/Ahora soy una chica mala,” sings Minaj in Spanish.

The track came together after Karol G and Minaj  began messaging privately on Instagram, then swapped a few demos. It was Karol G’s idea for “Tusa” that finally won Minaj’s approval. 

“[The collaboration] came into my life unexpectedly and I wanted to keep it like that for my fans,” said Karol G in a press statement. “The collaboration and the song means more to me than I can put into words. I hope everyone enjoys ‘Tusa’ as much as Nicki and I did creating it!”

Karol G has previously collaborated with PitbullJessie Reyez, Damian Marley and Nicky Jam, among others.

Reik Releases Reggaetón/Urban Version of “Qué gano olvidándote,” feat. Zion & Lennox

Reik is speeding things up…

The Mexican band has released a new reggaetón/urban version of “Qué gano olvidándote,” featuring Zion & Lennox.


The uptempo beat in the urban song turns the pop tune into a danceable reggaetón hit.

“Qué gano olvidándote” ft. the reggaetón duo is now available on all digital platforms.

The Mexican trio also debuted the music video on Friday, filmed in Miami and directed by Mike Ho, Jessy Terrero and Santiago Salviche.

Reik’s first foray into the urban genre was their remixed single “Ya me enteré,” featuring Nicky Jam.

“We felt that we needed to make things a bit more fun, different and interesting,” Reik’s frontman Jesús Alberto Navarro Rosas told Billboard in a previous interview. The collaboration peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart.

Up next, Reik will perform at the Latin Grammys on November 17 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The pop trio’s Des/Amor is up for a Latin Grammy under the category best contemporary pop album.