Latin Notas is a weekly news summary, compiled by Billboard's editors, about new songs, videos, concerts announcements and what Latin musicians are doing in the world of entertainment.
Prince Royce received one of New York’s most prestigious honors with his inclusion into The Bronx Walk of Fame, becoming the youngest such inductee. The singer was also honored by Bronx Borough President Ruben Díaz, Jr., with the installation of a permanent street sign with his name. “Big thanks to everyone that came out and to Ruben Diaz Jr for the hospitality. Honored to be part of the Bronx Walk of Fame!,” Royce tweeted.
Muchas gracias a todos los que me acompañaron ayer y a Ruben Diaz Jr por las atenciones. Honrado de ser parte del Paseo...
Colombian singer Charlie Zaa released his new album Celebración (Celebration), in honor of the 20 years since the release of his debut LP Sentimientos. Produced by Mariano Pérez García, Celebración was recorded live in Mexico City at the Sony Music Studios, and includes all the hit songs from his first album.
Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda released their album Ni Diablo, Ni Santo, a special production that represents ten years of passionate work that's earned the artist a privileged place in Latin music. The songs were carefully selected to offer the public a wide variety that characterizes Julión Álvarez. Although he sings about love, he is also inspired by (and pays tribute to) more fun-filled catchy dance tunes.
Rio Roma joined forces with CNCO to launch their new music video "Princesa". The clip, directed by Emiliano Castro, was filmed in Mexico City. The song is part of the deluxe edition to Rio Roma’s latest album Eres la Persona Correcta en el Momento Equivocado ("You're the right person at the wrong time"), which includes 18 songs, and a DVD with 8 videos of their "In House Sessions".