Impossibly cool house tracks and tense raps fill out the rest of this week's essential listening.
The Latin trap star took to the streets of Puerto Rico with Jimmy Fallon and Questlove to perform his Drake-assisted hit.
Only after his murder is the openly gay Latin trapero getting the attention his work deserved.
Bad Bunny’s debut solo effort ‘X 100PRE’ makes a strong case for latin trap’s longevity in the mainstream.
Drake and Diplo both feature on the Puerto Rican rapper's first LP.
Even as Bad Bunny and J Balvin cozy up to English-language acts, there’s plenty of room for others to mine the darker, druggier corners of the genre.
Drizzy hops on "MIA" with Bad Bunny and the result is everything you expected.
The Latin trap star is pushing against toxic masculinity while revealing the genre's limits of acceptance.
Anuel AA's new track "Bebe" features 6ix9ine, and opens up a whole can of worms.
In any online discussion about Bad Bunny Aneul AA's name will pop up. Now fresh from prison and with a new project out, he's ready to claim the title of king of the genre.
"I Like It" is an inarguable hit, but its sample invokes a history of the industry exoticizing songs sung in Spanish. Burger King is involved somehow.
We can finally listen to 'Invasion of Privacy,' which features SZA, Chance The Rapper, Kehlani and more.