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Musical premieres of the week: Rosalía launches “LLYLM”, Rauw Alejandro and Daddy Yankee collaborate on “Panties y brasieres” and Danny Lux launches “El hombre perfecto”


This week the musical premieres of Zona Pop are led by Rosalía who sings in Spanglish in "LLYLM". See the list here.

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This week, the musical premieres are led by the Spanish star Rosalía who released "LLYLM", or

Lie Like You Love Me

in English, lie as if you loved me, in Spanish.

Also on our list are Rauw Alejandro in collaboration with Daddy Yankee, the new by Andrés Cepeda and another collaboration, that of Las Villa with Llane.

In Zona Pop CNN we compile some of the most outstanding premieres.

Check out the list of these music premieres and their videos.

Music releases of the week

Rosalia, "LLYLM"

The Spanish singer Rosalía had already been warning him on her TikTok account since January 9: a new song was coming and would have lyrics in English.


And before the end of the month, launch!

This is precisely the top of our list of musical releases of the week.

Rosalía unveiled her song “LLYLM” on Friday, or as we said before,

Lie Like You Love Me.

The song is the first that he presents this 2023 and since the release of the


edition of his third album, “Motomami”.

In that production he already gave us a taste of the use of Spanglish in his songs, in





CUUUUuuuuuute he

intertwines words and phrases in English with his lyrics in Spanish.

On this theme, however, the entire chorus is English.

The song talks about a perhaps impossible love, in which a woman asks a man to love her as she loves him.

The sound of this single is closer to Anglo-Saxon pop, but Rosalía did not leave behind her origins: her flamenco palmas can be heard throughout the song.

Rauw Alejandro and Daddy Yankee, “Panties and Bras”

If you are a follower of Rauw Alejandro you will know that song number 7 of his most recent album "Saturno" is a 19-second audio, where some waves are heard but it has no music at all.

This spectacular campaign of suspense ended this week when the Puerto Rican announced “Panties y brasieres”, track 7 of the album, a collaboration with reggaeton leader Daddy Yankee.

The song was recorded before Daddy Yankee announced that "Legendaddy" would be his farewell to music.

Are we before the coronation of a new king of the genre?

Andrés Cepeda, "I don't know how to love"

The Colombian singer Andrés Cepeda returns to our musical premieres with “I don't know how to want”, his new single.

Cepeda, on piano and voice, sings the end of a relationship.

I don't know how to want

is a farewell song.

A person who says goodbye reminding him of his now ex-partner, who has marked him deeply, who doesn't know how to fall in love again, that what he knows about love is thanks to her, that he will never forget her and that he will always be there for be a main part of the affective memory in his heart," Cepeda shared in a statement.

The song was co-written by Axel and Claudia Brant.

DannyLux, "The Perfect Man"

One of the generation Z sensations, DannyLux, enters our list with “The Perfect Man”.

The romantic song fuses the sound of DannyLux with bachata.

"I feel like when I was writing this song I didn't feel like I was enough, that I wasn't the guy my girlfriend wanted, so I turned those feelings into a song. Also, I wanted to do something that people could dance to and I wanted to do my own version of a bachata, and that's how this song came about," DannyLux said in a statement.

DannyLux will perform this year at one of the most followed music festivals in the United States, Coachella.

Las Villa and Llane, “Blessed”

We close our list of musical premieres with another collaboration with a Colombian triple load: Las Villas and Llane.

The theme is a mix between reggaeton and traditional pop.

"Bendita" is the first single from Las Villa in 2023. The single will also be part of the first album of the twins, "Eclipse".

"It's a love song that talks about the feeling of having found the right person, your better half or simply the person you've been waiting for so long," this is how the twins expressed themselves about the meaning behind the song. simple in a statement.

Other musical premieres from Zona Pop CNN

Camilo and Camila Cabello, “Ambulance”

The Colombian singer Camilo presented this week the official video of "Ambulancia", his collaboration with Camila Cabello.

The song is part of Camilo's third album, “De adentro pa' fuera”, which is nominated for the 2023 Grammy Awards in the category of best Latin pop album.

Ysrael Barajas, "If God with me, who against me"

The promise of the regional Mexican, Ysrael Barajas, launches his first single of the year and it is a farewell to a friend.

"I make music because I know that the kids need to hear real and different stories and I believe that my music is like that, because I do things with my heart," Barajas said in a statement.

Immasoul, "By your side"

Immasoul is one of the few Latin singers who have fully immersed herself in Afrobeat.

In this song, the Mexican singer mixes that genre with sounds from dancehall and reggaeton.

Christian Nodal feat.

Tini, "For the rest of your life"

This is the first collaboration between Tini and Nodal.

The theme is a fusion of bolero and trap.

The theme was composed between Nodal, Edgar Barrera and Elena Rose.

The song will be part of Nodal's next album.

KYEN ES feat.

Maffio, "Soup"

Christian Alicea, “Sube Tela”

Majo Aguilar, "Sad memory"

Melina León, "For guys like you"

Marc Seguí, “Plaza en el cielo” (EP)

Yemil feat.

Cosculluela "It lowers me, it raises me"

Leonardo Aguilar, "I can not fall"

The Saint Cecilia, "Pillow"

Juan Magan, David Cuello, "PEM"

CLAUDY-O, “Eyes”

Bernier, Alejo, "Let's try"

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Source: cnnespanol

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