37 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.

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