15 Spanish Songs to Get You Ready for Cinco De Mayo

If you’ve never listened to Spanish music, you’re missing out. With such beautiful lyrics (even if you’re rusty on the translation) these songs are a celebration of the Latin voice. And with Cinco de Mayo this week, we’re tuning in a little early, because it should be about more than just sampling a culture’s stereotypes, and instead opening yourself up and experiencing something new. 

“Me Enamoré De Ti” — Juanes

“Vuelvo a ser mortal – Antiheroe” — Autyn

“Bailando” — Enrique Iglesias

“Carnaval” — Maluma

“Dale Morena” — Jay Santos

“Tan Bonita” — Henry Mendez

“Tú Me Quemas” — Chino & Nacho

“Enamorate” — Dvicio

“Pan Y Mantequilla” — Efecto Pasillo

“No Importa Que Llueva” — Efect Pasillo

“Cuando Me Siento Bien” — Efecto Pasillo

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“La Gozadera” — Gente De Zona, Marc Anthony

“Vámonos Pa La Calle” (feat. Maffio) — Dasoul

“Para Que Llorar” — Dasoul, Keymass & Bonche

“Hecho Con Tus Sueños 2013” — Efecto Pasillo, Leire

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