Last summer, Sofia Reyes commanded the attention of the Latin-pop crowd with her booming single "Muevelo" featuring one of reggaeton's biggest stars, Wisin of Wisin y Yandel, who have worked with everyone from Jennifer Lopez to 50 Cent. But now the Mexican singer is doing it all on her own with another promising bilingual banger.

Sliding through the flirty English and Spanish lyrics, "Conmigo (Rest of Your Life)" is a breezy dance-pop track with feel-good, acoustic guitar strums laced with a gypsy-like chant buzzing in the back of the production. It's got a bit of a sensual feel to it, making it poised to become one of your late-night, summertime makeout anthems. 

While "Muevelo" intended to have you do just that (English translation for non-Spanish speakers: "Move It"), "Conmigo" ("With Me") is a flirty, slightly sensual track, showcasing another side of the promising 19-year-old. 

We're no longer in the Latin explosion of early 2000s, hit-making newcomers like Romeo Santos, Becky G, Prince Royce, and Fifth Harmony (with Camila Cabello, Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke Hernandez, a majority of the group is Latina) prove there's a very strong pool of fresh Latin talent. One would be foolish to not count Reyes as the next young star to jump in line.

Watch the lyric video for the just-released "Conmigo (Rest of Your Life)" above and then get further familiar with "Muevelo" below.