Best Latin Songs of the Week: Ozuna, Micro DTH & More

Towers does not stay behind, singing “you came late to the station and the train left / if you say you forgot about me, I swear that me too / everything stayed behind.” Produced by Colombian hitmaker Ovy on the Drums, “El Tren” fuses reggaeton beats, R&B undertones, and even Andean rock melodies à la Enanitos Verdes. — JESSICA ROIZ

Ozuna, “Tiempo” (Aura Music/Sony Music Latin)

Ozuna gets real in his new heartbreak song “Tiempo” written by the Puerto Rican star himself and produced by hitmaker Sky Rompiendo. Set to a soft reggaeton beat, the lyrics find Ozuna reflecting about a failed relationship that was a waste of time. “I dedicated time, time that I had already lost. Love like yours, I don’t understand. Now I’m alone and that’s an issue,” he confesses. “Tiempo” was released alongside a trippy and visually striking music video directed by Fernando Lugo, which takes Ozu through fields of snow to an underwater adventure. — GRISELDA FLORES

Source: News | Billboard

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