Romeo Santos is one of Latin music's biggest forces and throughout his career has stuck to singing strictly in Spanish. Despite having tons of a crossover appeal and reigning from The Bronx, the dude knows where his strengths lie which is why he got Drake to step into his world and croon in Spanish for 2014's "Odio" off Santos' Fórmula, Vol. 2 album.
The singer-actress sings got bilingual for this sexy, Spanglish bachata cut off Prince Royce's latest Spanish album Five.
Pharrell gave J Balvin and the reggaeton scene a major co-sign by co-producing and featuring on the slinky "Safari" track, handling the Spanish hook.
While Harmonizers know Fifth Harmony—who currently boast two Hispanic members with the departed Camilla Cabello also being Latina—have recorded some of their English songs in Spanish, but they made a clear move to the Latin-pop mainstream when they jumped on a remix to "Sin Contrato," a hit by reggaeton hunk Maluma. The acts even teamed up to perform this at the Latin GRAMMY Awards.
Alicia Keys' 2009 duet with Alejandro Sanz topped Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart and saw the R&B-pop star giving a tiny, but satisfying taste of her Spanish skills. The Spanish hit just made us want more, Alicia!
Just like her Young Money labelmate Drake, Nicki Minaj also dropped in on Romeo Santos' Fórmula, Vol. 2 and for super-fun and playful Spanglish verse.
Now that the song is a Top 5 hit in America, you probably do know that Justin Bieber sang in Spanish for the remix of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's mega hit "Despacito." We have to admit that Bieber sounds gooood en Español.