J Balvin, Maluma, Marc Anthony, Becky G & More Drop Infectious New Songs to Kick Off the Weekend

A handful of your favorite Latin artists dropped some hip-shaking new tunes.

Kick off the weekend with these danceable hits from your favorite Latin artists.

This week, Latin icons went back to their roots, as Marc Anthony did with his salsa track, "Parecen Viernes." Reggaeton master Maluma delivered not one but two collaborations. His first, "Medellín," was a nostalgic-filled dance tune with none other than Madonna, and the second, "La Respuesta," a power anthem about breaking stereotypes with Becky G.

Then there was Katy Perry jumping into Daddy Yankee's global smash, "Con Calma," and so much more. Check out these can't miss tracks, below.

Marc Anthony -- "Parecen Viernes"

Back to his salsa roots, Anthony gets listeners on their feet and dancing with "Parecen Viernes." The accompanying music video shows the singer in a deep lust and quest to be with a forbidden love. Anthony is set to debut the single during the Billboard Latin Music Awards on April 25.

Daddy Yankee and Katy Perry feat. Snow -- "Con Calma" (Remix)

The Puerto Rican reggaetonero's track is already a global hit, and it just got better with new lyrics written and sung by Perry. "¿Cómo te llamas, baby? A little mezcal got me feelin' spicy," she sings on the catchy track. "I know that we don't speak the same language, but I'm gonna let my body talk for me."

Maluma and Madonna -- "Medellín"

The collaboration of a lifetime! The pop icon teamed up with the Colombian heartthrob for her new bilingual bop. The dance-pop song gives Madonna fans a taste of nostalgia and sprinkles in a sexy dose of Maluma that elevates it to modern times. The music video will drop April 24, and the two will debut the track at the Billboard Music Awards next month.

Becky G and Maluma -- "La Respuesta"

Becky G brings a new female power anthem to the airwaves with this spicy track featuring the Colombian crooner. All about breaking free from stereotypes, "La Respuesta" [The Answer] is a catchy liberating anthem whose music video depicts a utopian Stepford-esque setting with a major twist. In this new world, the perfect women are very much in charge and empowered.

Pedro Capó and Farruko feat. Alicia Keys -- "Calma" (Remix)

Keys brings her R&B vibe and smooth and dreamy voice to the Puerto Rican artists' Caribbean, feel-good track. The bilingual tune is all about taking your time and taking it easy. The accompanying video – directed by Edgar Esteves.-- sees all three singers on the beaches and streets of San Juan.

Guru Randhawa ft. Pitbull -- "Slowly Slowly"

From India to Miami, Mr. 305 is back with a hot new collaboration with Indian superstar Randhawa. The trilingual tune blends the two worlds together and brings them together in a luxurious beachside pool party.

Jesse & Joy and J Balvin -- "Mañana Es Too Late"

The Mexican-American pop duo and the Colombian reggaetonero blend their genres for a hypnotic, drive-with-your-windows-down song that tells you not to wait because tomorrow is too late. ET has an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip of the making of the video that you can check out in the player above.

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