These New Music Collaborations Prove Latin Influence In Pop Music Is Here to Stay

Singer Maluma performs during his "F.A.M.E. Tour" at The Forum on April 7, 2018 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Recently Maluma, Daddy Yankee, Pedro Capó and Farruko have teamed up with legendary pop artists on amazing collaborations and new versions of their songs, proving that the impact of Latin music is here to stay.

We’ve gathered the videos here, watch the clips below and check out what the stars said about their new collabs.

Maluma and Madonna-Medellin

"She isn’t just an artist; she’s a movement. The truth is I always dreamt of collaborating with her. I think this is something big for our [Latin] industry. I want the whole world to feel pride at this step I’m taking -- not just as an artist, but culturally," Maluma said to Billboard about his experience.

Pedro Capó, Alicia Keys, Farruko - Calma

"Hearing that Alicia Keys liked the song and wanted to join us on 'Calma' is an honor and blessing that really transcends what I can put into words,” Pedro Capó said to Billboard. “When we initially wrote the song, I wanted to capture and share what makes Puerto Rico so special to me, and so many of us on the island.”

Daddy Yankee, Katy Perry & Snow - Con Calma

“I know that we don’t speak the same language, but I’m going to let my body talk for me,” Katy post in a tweet, “This is what you get when a Puerto Rican boy and a California Gurl meet! I hope this song gives u permission to move your poom poom ok .”

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