With Latin Music still on a rise and crossing over to the mainstream market of Hip Hop and Top 40 there are still a lot of collaboration we can see. This year alone we have seen Cardi B and J Lo, Cardi with J Balvin and Bad Bunny, and Nicky Jam with Jaden Smith just to name a few. We are now half way through the year and here our top collaborations we still want to see happen this year.
Bad Bunny and Romeo Santos
We already saw Osuna and Romeo together this year but what can happen when you take the King of Latin Trap and the King of Bachata and infuse their talents together. It would be something very interesting and we wouldn’t mind seeing it happen.
J Lo and Bad Bunny
This is something that is actually in the works, we saw J Lo and Bad Bunny already talking about working together on social media and J Lo working with Mambo Kings. J Lo has always strived on staying relevant and being different, let’s see what comes out of all this.
Carlos Vives and Ozuna
Carlos Vives has worked with many young talent over the years and has always worked on creating opportunities for others. What would be better but putting Vives and Ozuna together to create the ultimate love song that would drive all the ladies crazy.
Jay Z and Romeo Santos
Going back and talking about Kings let’s bring Jay in to the mix not only is Romeo apart of Roc Nation this would be the ultimate OG. This would be an establishment for Romeo as he continues to rise to the top of the New York market.
Demi Lovato and J Blavin
If anyone can have fun making a dope collaboration it would by Demi and Blavin. We already heard what Demi can do working with Luis Fonsi but imagine Blavin bringing his Vibras to Demi’s style and creating a sexy hit.
J Balvin and Justin Timberlake
Ok I have to be honest this might be a tough one but I believe when it comes to music these two could make magic happen. JT who has been on top of his craft since leaving *NSYNC and JB who’s been on fire since he debut could be lighting in a bottle.
Natti Natasha and Milly Quezada
This one might be a little off but think about it, it has been a long time since you had a pure Dominican Women on the mainstream market. Since the 90’s you haven’t really had that one person that can help represent on the level that Natti has risen to and who better to pass the torch the Milly Quezada.