37 Best Spanish Karaoke Songs

Best Spanish Karaoke Songs

Whether you’re a native Spanish speaker or are just learning the language, the Spanish-speaking culture has countless amazing karaoke songs.

If you’ve been looking for a list of tracks to start practicing, we’re here to help. Here are some of the best Spanish karaoke songs for all levels of fluency.

“Como La Flor” by Selena

Song Year: 1992

You can’t have a list like this without mentioning Selena! Nearly everything in Selena’s stunning discography is fantastic for karaoke. Our first pick, “Como La Flor,” is the most-sung karaoke song in Spanish in the United States.

“Como La Flor” is one of the legendary singer’s most iconic tracks. If you’re looking for a show-stopper, this is one of the best options!

“Rosas” by La Oreja de Van Gogh

Song Year: 2003

Not every trip to the karaoke stage will be bright and uplifting. “Rosas” by La Oreja de Van Gogh is a sad yet heartwarming track for you to greet the stage with.

Still, you may want to look around the room before you pick this song to sing. It’s a lovely, touching track, but its sad tone may not fit a party atmosphere.

“Torero” by Chayanne

Song Year: 2002

Looking for something a bit tougher to perform? Chayanne’s “Torero” is far from the easiest song on our list, but it’s a great song to pick! This track has a dramatic and extroverted energy that can make for a show-stopper.

“Torero” is tough, so you should avoid it if you aren’t comfortable with your Spanish or your ability to perform. Still, with the right crowd, there’s no such thing as a bad karaoke performance. Are you on stage in front of a group of your friends? The boisterous and exuberant energy of this track may be perfect to start your party!

“Sofia” by Alvaro Soler

Song Year: 2016

Most of Alvaro Soler’s songs are ideal for non-Spanish speakers, as they’re easy to sing along to. The reason behind this might be his German-Spanish descent and multilingual upbringing.

Producing multiple hits that connected with Spanish and English-speaking audiences alike, he’s enjoyed great popularity since he burst onto the music scene in 2015. “Sofia” is one such hit that charted particularly well in Italy and Spain, and it’s a great song for karaoke if you’re still learning Spanish.

“Tequila” by The Champs

Song Year: 1958

Want to throw a little comedy into the night? Are your friends forcing you onto the stage? “Tequila” can help – and not in the usual way!

The iconic music in this song, particularly the saxophone, is instantly recognizable. It’s mostly an instrumental ideal for dancing. However, the song also features one word, tequila, that you’ll have to shout at the right time, as it’s sprinkled between the fusion of energetic instruments.

“La Bamba” by Ritchie Valens

Song Year: 1958

If you’re looking to liven up the crowd, Ritchie Valens’s “La Bamba” is the track your stage needs. This iconic Latin piece is instantly recognizable in nearly any crowd, from native speakers to people that don’t speak any Spanish.

Just make sure you’re ready to bring the right energy! “La Bamba” isn’t a calm song by any means. You’ll need to own that stage!

“Despacito” by Justin Bieber feat. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee

Song Year: 2017

Few crowds aren’t familiar with Justin Bieber’s “Despacito.” This track is ideal for bilingual karaoke singers that enjoy singing in either English or Spanish.

Another great way to bring this track to karaoke is to sing it as a duo. Not fluent, but have a partner who is? Let them sing the Spanish parts while you cover Bieber’s verses! You can even bring two people on stage and leave each verse to a different singer.

“No Me Doy Por Vencido” by Luis Fonsi

Song Year: 2008

You can’t make a Spanish karaoke list and not include Fonsi! “No Me Doy Por Vencido” is a stellar Spanish song for anyone who loves to belt out their lines. This is the perfect track if you’re bringing a boisterous uplifting atmosphere.

“Amor Prohibido” by Selena

Song Year: 1994

Selena’s second installment on the list (and really, she could be every entry) is another one where you may need to read the room. The song’s discussion of forbidden love has strong political overtones, and while you likely won’t lower the mood, it’s strange to follow up with “Gasolina” or “Despacito.” If you’re comfortable taking the reins, “Amor Prohibido” is a great option.

“Vente Pa’ Ca” by Ricky Martin feat. Maluma

Song Year: 2016

Ricky Martin’s “Vente Pa’ Ca” is fantastic for beginners in karaoke and Spanish. The lyrics are relatively simple, and none of the pronunciation is too difficult. For fluent speakers, you may prefer one of the more difficult versions of the song. We’re big fans of the salsa version for a stage performance!

“Gasolina” by Daddy Yankee feat. Glory

Song Year: 2004

Need a party starter? Daddy Yankee’s 2005 hit “Gasolina” has been in everything from political campaigns to teams taking the field in sports. It’s an iconic song that you’ll likely have an audience full of fans singing along to.

“Macarena” by Los Del Río

Song Year: 1993

What better way to get your audience moving than to lead them through a dance? This song may feel silly, especially to people who grew up thinking the song was just a dance track. Did you know the lyrics are about a woman cheating on her boyfriend with two friends?

Maybe leave that trivia out of your next karaoke dance party. Instead, get your friends on their feet and keep everyone laughing with a guide through the song.

“Livin’ La Vida Loca” by Ricky Martin

Song Year: 1999

Ricky Martin fans and non-native speakers alike will all greet this song with the same enthusiasm. If you’re looking for a great party song, Ricky Martin’s “Livin’ La Vida Loca” is tough to beat.

Not comfortable singing the track in Spanish? There’s a well-known English version that you can sing instead! Just make sure the kids aren’t in the audience before you start singing.

“Oye Como Va” by Santana

Song Year: 1970

If you’re looking for something a bit more relaxed, Santana’s classic “Oye Como Va” is an excellent choice. This chill rock song can help bring the excitement in the room down to a comfortable, relaxed level. The lyrics are also relatively simple, so nervous singers or non-fluent speakers will enjoy the lower difficulty.

“Live Your Life” by MIKA

Song Year: 2013

MIKA’s “Live Your Life” is an interesting song for another bilingual karaoke performance. The lyrics are in both English and Spanish, making it great for duet performances or bilingual singers. The track is upbeat and bright to keep the mood high for your favorite crowd.

“Telepatía” by Kali Uchis

Song Year: 2021

Speaking of chill tracks, if you want to bring the mood down to a more sultry, seductive level, Kali Uchis has you covered. However, this is certainly one of the tracks you’ll want to have the kids in bed for.

With a calm and downright-lusty track like this, you’ll want to read your audience. If you’re in an intimate setting or enjoying a date night, busting out this track can help to seal the deal. But if you’re just looking for a great track, “Telepatía” is still ideal!

“Amigo” by Roberto Carlos

Song Year: 1977

Most of Roberto Carlos’s music is recorded in Portuguese, but the Brazilian artist has a few Spanish hits! This song is a fantastic ode to a connection between friends, making it perfect for a night out with your amigos.

“A Puro Dolor” by Son by Four

Song Year: 1999

Son by Four’s “A Puro Dolor” is good if you’re indecisive about what to sing. Fitting most moods, you can choose between the original salsa version to get the party moving or a longer or more relaxed ballad version. Read the room and see which one will be a better fit!

“Somos Novios” by Armando Manzanero

“Somos Novios” by Armando Manzanero

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Released in the late 1960s, Armando Manzanero’s “Somos Novios” became an instant hit. It has been translated and covered dozens of times by other artists, so you can likely find this track in some form on any karaoke machine.

“El Sonidito” by Hechizeros Band

Song Year: 1968

Looking for another party banger to keep your friends moving? Few tracks can get your friends on their feet faster than the Hechizeros Band hit “El Sonidito.” Keep your friends dancing during the chorus and focus your performance on holding out the lengthy “¡Dice!”

“Caress Me Down” by Sublime

Song Year: 1996

Easily the raunchiest song on our list, this karaoke hit is one you’ll need to keep to a room of adults. Ideal for a closed performance with your friends that are looking for something lusty, this somewhat-comedic classic by Sublime has lyrics in both English and Spanish. The lyrics mostly focus on the singer earning a specific sexual act from his lover.

If you’re not fluent in Spanish, you may want to skip this track. The lyrics change languages mid-sentence several times, making it great for vocalists that are fluent in both languages.

Still, make sure you know what you’re getting into! This track has heavily sexual tones that you’ll need to be comfortable singing in front of a (hopefully-familiar) audience.

“Button” by Maroon 5 feat. Anuel AA and Tainy

Song Year: 2021

Want something sexy, but “Caress Me Down” and “Telepatía” are proving a bit too lustful? Maroon 5’s “Button” is a great bilingual track for a sexy song.

Most of the lyrics are in English, with a couple of verses in Spanish. The track has heavy sexual overtones, but the language is kept mostly to metaphors and figures of speech. It’s great for date night or a group of friends that you’re comfortable being a bit silly with.

“Bailando” by Enrique Iglesias feat. Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona

Song Year: 2014

Need a song you can feel confident your audience knows? “Bailando” spent almost a full year at the top of the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart! You can feel confident your crowd knows at least some of this Enrique Iglesias banger.

You can also choose from a Spanish or a “Spanglish” version if you have a preference. This makes it great for people that aren’t fully comfortable with their Spanish.

“Suerte” by Shakira

Song Year: 2001

If you’re looking for something with a cute, playful tone, Shakira’s “Suerte” is a fantastic choice. Taking influence from Andean tracks, this song has a bright and upbeat tone to it. The lyrics focus on how lucky Shakira is to be in love, helping to keep the karaoke night’s mood happy.

“Criminal” by Natti Natasha and Ozuna

Song Year: 2017

For a perfect duet song, Natti Natasha and Ozuna’s “Criminal” is a strong choice. The verses go back and forth, helping give a strong distribution of lines to both singers.

However, it’s difficult to sing on your own. So if you don’t have a partner lined up, you may want to skip this track.

“Sin Pijama” by Becky G and Natti Natasha

Song Year: 2018

Men, take a seat for a few songs and let the ladies on stage. Becky G and Natti Natasha’s “Sin Pijama” focuses on empowering women through sexual desires. It’s a lusty, sexual track that can bring a steamy atmosphere to any karaoke night. While it fits female singers best due to its lyrical content, anyone can bust this track out!

“Danza Kuduro” by Don Omar feat. Lucenzo

Song Year: 2010

There are plenty of English and Spanish songs, but what about a song that mixes Portuguese instead of English? “Danza Kuduro” is a perfect choice!

If you’re looking for a duet and happen to have the languages covered, “Danza Kuduro” is perfect for splitting the verses up. Fluent in both languages? This track makes for a great bilingual solo act!

“Me Enamora” by Juanes

Song Year: 2007

To add a bit of pop rock to your playlist, Juanes’s “Me Enamora” is a quick-tempo, upbeat pop track. Incredibly popular globally after its 2007 release, your audience should recognize this song. If you’re fluent in Spanish, it’s an easy song to sing with plenty of breaks to catch your breath.

“Chantaje” by Shakira feat. Maluma

Song Year: 2016

Not many songs are as perfect for duets as Shakira and Maluma’s “Chantaje.” With a quick back-and-forth between the vocalist, this song features a man trying to woo the flirtatious, yet unobtainable, woman of his dreams. You may want to practice a few times first!

“Vivir Me Vida” by Marc Anthony

Song Year: 2013

Marc Anthony’s “Vivir me Vida” is a reimagining of Khaled’s “C’est La Vie,” turning the track to an upbeat salsa jam. It’s a happy, uplifting song about the beauty of life that your friends will love to sing along with. The chorus features crowd vocals, making it ideal for an outgoing crowd that’s willing to sing with their performer.

“Con Calma” by Daddy Yankee and Snow

Song Year: 2019

Another great reimagining is Daddy Yankee and Snow’s “Con Calma,” which reworks Snow’s 1992 song “Informer.” Taking the US Billboard #1 track, the rework adds an English verse, making it ideal for duets or bilingual singers.

“Mi Gente” by J Balvin and Willy William

Song Year: 2017

“Mi Gente” is a song that most recognize due to the famous Beyoncé remix. If you prefer, you can likely find that version on your karaoke machine, but we prefer the J Balvin and Willy William remix.

That’s right, remix! While many think the Balvin-William track is the original, it’s a remix of William’s “Voodoo Song!” Any of the three versions is perfect for your Spanish karaoke performance.

“La Tortura” by Shakira feat. Alejandro Sanz

Song Year: 2005

Want a duet with a bit more of a conflict to it? Hopefully, you can turn this track playful for your audience, but if not, it’s certainly a strong show-stopper performance! Shakira’s “La Tortura” follows a couple from the point of view of a woman ravaged by her boyfriend’s cheating.

The conflict is palpable, and the lyrics are heartbreaking, but the vocal performance brings an unstoppable power. Read the room and see if such a performance feels right, then grab your partner and take the stage!

“MIA” by Bad Bunny feat. Drake

Song Year: 2018

Some prefer to rap on stage over singing. If this is your preference, Bad Bunny’s “MIA” is ideal. The song shows Drake’s first Spanish performance, and the rapping brings an easier vocal challenge. If you’re not comfortable singing in Spanish, “MIA” is perfect.

“Propuesta Indecente” by Romeo Santos

Song Year: 2013

Romeo Santos brings tango, bachata, and a bilingual flair to the karaoke stage with “Propuesta Indecente.” Great for bilingual speakers or those just beginning to learn Spanish, “Propuesta Indecente” is a bright party track.

“Obsesion” by Aventura

Song Year: 2002

With our last duet option on our list, Aventura’s bachata banger “Obsesion” closes us out. Another track following a man’s infatuation for a woman, it’s a great track to bring to the stage with a singing partner. If you’re singing alone, the track becomes much more difficult to perform confidently.

“Suavemente” by Elvis Crespo

Song Year: 1998

Closing the list out is the famous Elvis Crespo track “Suavemente.” You’ll struggle to find an audience that doesn’t know this song! Suavemente brings a bright salsa tone to any performance with recognizable lyrics to a danceable tune. Get your friends up and dancing with this amazing party track!

Top Spanish Karaoke Songs, Final Thoughts

No matter how comfortable you are with Spanish, our list has a perfect song for you. Whether you’re grabbing your karaoke partner and jumping on stage for a love song or belting out your favorite bilingual banger, you should start practicing now for a perfect karaoke performance.

Did we miss your favorite karaoke track? Be sure to comment below to share what songs we should discuss next time!

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