21 Top Spanish TikTok Songs [Latin]

According to recent sales records, Latin music is the fifth most popular genre of music, accounting for 11% of all music sales. It is no wonder Latin music is a popular choice for TikToks; the pulsating beats and lyrical phrasing are perfect for TikTok videos. Here are the top Spanish TikTok songs that have left a mark on the video-sharing app.

“In Da Getto” by J. Balvin and Skrillex 

Song Year: 2021

Summer is the perfect time to release a catchy tune. That is why popular Colombian artists J. Balvin and Skrillex chose the summer of ’21 to release “In Da Getto.” It did not take long for this song to find its way onto the dance floors in clubs across the country and around the world.

In a short time, “In Da Getto” achieved platinum selling status in Spain. That was quickly followed by double platinum recognition in Mexico. The song became a TikTok sensation thanks to all those dance challenge videos. You can find it on one of Khaby Lame’s TikTok videos. He’s the most followed man on TikTok. That cements “In Da Getto” as a genuine hit.

“Envolver” by Anitta 

Song Year: 2021

Brazilian superstar, Anitta already had four best-selling albums on her resume when she released Versions of Me. The first hit single from that album was “Envolver.” It quickly captured the attention of many listeners that responded to its feel-good vibe. It is all about having a good time without drama.

One of Anitta’s signature dance moves, the booty-grind, went viral with the release of “Envolver.” That made it a popular TikTok dance challenge, with scores of TikTokers replicating the moves. As for sales, “Envolver” scored platinum numbers three times over in Brazil. It also broke all kinds of streaming records. It was the most-streamed song in one day alone, with 7.28 million downloads.

“Toto de Ti” by Rauw Alehandro 

Song Year: 2021

“Toto de Ti” translates to “Everything About You.” It was the single off of Rauw Alejandro’s second album. The song put him in the romantic category. It’s a simple love story about a boy who meets a girl at a roller-skating rink and falls head over heels in love. It didn’t take long for “Toto de Ti” to become a popular love song for couples.

In Spain, the song found its way to being certified nine times platinum. It also hit number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, which are impressive numbers by any standard.

“Ram Pam Pam” by Natti Natasha, Beck G 

Song Year: 2021

Upon release on YouTubein 2021, the “Ram Pam Pam” video racked up an astonishing half a billion views. This reggaeton banger is the product of Dominican singer Natti Natasha. Natti teamed up with Becky G to bring this girl's power song to life. How popular is it on TikTok? The song has over 370 million views (and it’s still going!).

“Mamiii” by Becky G, Karol G 

Song Year: 2022

“Mamiii” is a reggaeton fused single about a girl that desperately wants to get over a toxic ex. That vibe resonated with a lot of listeners. The song hit the 15th spot on the Billboard Hot 100. That was a personal best for the song’s artists, Becky G and Karol G.

Around the globe, the song was number one in Columbia, Ecuador, Spain, Mexico, and Panama. It sparked another wave of viral dance videos on TikTok, with over 100 million views across endless TikToks. Girl-power rocks and this song celebrates that.

“Saoko” by Rosalia 

Song Year: 2021

Spanish songstress, Rosalia, used her hit single, “Saoko,” as a way of exploring reggaeton rhythms. It became an instant hit even though it only plays for two minutes. Those two minutes became a popular request on dance floors worldwide when put on a loop. It’s also the perfect amount of time to create a dance for a TikTok Spanish song.

“Saoko” is Puerto Rican slang for “having lots of rhythm and flavor.” Those are awesome goals anyone should strive for. 

“Señorita” By Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello

Song Year: 2019

What happens when two powerful singers and songwriters team up? With Camila Cabello and Sean Mendes, that team-up was the electrifying “Senorita.” Camila is Cuban-American, and you can hear the Latin vibe imprint all over this song.

The song is about a hot romance during a Miami summer. If you’re going to have a hot romance, then it should be in Miami during the summer listening to “Senorita.”

“Malamente” by Rosalía

Song Year: 2018

“Malamente” can be found on Spanish singer-songwriter Rosalía's second album. Rosalia takes most of the credit for writing the song. It was produced by popular Latin record producer Pablo Díaz-Reixa (El Guincho). “Malamente” is flamenco pop, putting dance vibes front and center.

Malamente translates as “badly,” and the song’s lyrics spin the tale of another toxic relationship. At the 2018 Latin Grammies, the five times nominated song won the coveted trophies for Best Alternative Song and Best Urban Fusion/Performance.

“Taki Taki” by DJ Snake ft. Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B

Song Year: 2018

When French DJ and producer DJ Snake heads into the studio to cut a new song, he brings in a lot of friends. “Taki Taki” was no exception. It features vocals from Selena Gomez, Ozuna, and rapper Cardi B.

“Taki Taki” has the hone of being one of 10 songs to hit 100 million views on YouTube. The music genre is a mashup of Latin, reggaeton, and moombahton. Moombahton itself is a pulsating blend of house music and reggaeton fusion. A lot is going on with this seductive song!

“MIA” by Bad Bunny feat. Drake

Song Year: 2017

“MIA,” or “Mine,” is a song by hot singer Bad Bunny. He was able to tap in Drake, who sings entirely in Spanish. The song is about someone who has an undying love for another, which is something many listeners can relate to. “MIA” went to the top of the Billboard Charts in America, Spain, Greece, Italy, Canada, and the U.K.

“X” by Nicky Jam x J. Balvin

“X” by Nicky Jam x J. Balvin

Song Year: 2018

Puerto Rican singing sensation Nicky Jam teamed up with Columbian hitmaker J. Balvin for the Afrobeat hybrid “X.” Nicky Jam was born in America. He moves with his family to Puerto Rico at the age of 10. Those Latin influences had a major impact on Nicky’s future music career.

“X” went to 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and gained further popularity after an appearance on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.”  A great Spanish TikTok song.

“Dura” by Daddy Yankee

Song Year: 2018

Many who have seen the music video for “Dura” thinks it has a genuine ‘90s vibe. The song’s artist is Daddy Yankee, a popular Puerto Rican rapper who likes collaborating with other like-minded artists. For Dura, Daddy Yankee built his squad of songwriters such as Juan Rivera, Luis Romero, and Urbani Mota.

“Dura” effortlessly blends reggaeton influences with pop vibes. It even sparked its own Dura Challenge dance, and that generated over 82,000 responses on TikTok. The word “dura” means “hard.” It is also another way of saying that someone looks smoking hot.

“Calma” by Pedro Capó

Song Year: 2018

Pedro Capó is a musician and songwriter that hails from Puerto Rico. Pedro picked up a guitar at a young age and never looked back. “Calma” is a song about a tropical romance, and it evokes playing along the shores and sharing special moments with someone special.

The song took home the Latin Grammy for 2019 Song of the Year. The remix earned another Grammy for Best Urban Performance in the same year. That is the kind of double-dipping we can all appreciate!

“Un Año” by Sebastián Yatra and Reik

Year: 2019

“Un Año Song utilizes a classic romantic novel theme of long-distance love and sets it to music. Sebastián Yatra is a Columbian singer and songwriter who is no stranger to the power of a luscious romantic ballad. “Un Año” can be found on Sebastián’s second album, “Fantasia.” That album received nominations for Album of the Year for the Latin Grammys.

You might recognize Sebastián’s melodic tones. He recorded the song “Dos Oruguitas” for the soundtrack to Encanto.

“Despacito” by Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee

Song Year: 2019

“Despacito” is one of those songs with lasting power. It burst onto the scene in the summer of 2018. Today, it remains a popular view on YouTube. Since its debut, “Despacito” has been seen over six billion times. “Despacito” remains a major influence in the Latin pop scene, and it earned crossover status. That is the dream of every record producer!

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee are proud Puerto Ricans and filmed the music video in parts of Old San Juan. Yes, this is the same “Despacito” that Justin Bieber did in his remix version.

“Baila, Baila, Baila” by Ozuna

Song Year: 2019

Puerto Rican rapper Ozuna has built an impressive list of artists he has collaborated with. That list includes Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, Romeo Santo, Reik, and Natti Natasha. Ozuna’s music videos have bold bursts of color and vibrant visuals. The intricate dance choreography also made its way over to TikTok.

“Baila, Baila, Baila” translates as “dance, dance, dance.” It peaked at number 69 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. It’s about a girl who goes to a club to forget the boy who broke her heart. What does she do? Baila, baila, baila!

“Secreto” by Anuel AA and Karol G

Song Year: 2019

When released in 2019, the singer Anuel AA and Karol G were officially a couple. “Secreto” finds itself in the pop-reggaeton category and stayed at number one for three weeks on the Spanish music selling charts. It also made it to 68 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. All those sales combine to earn the song four times platinum certification.

“Échame La Culpa” by Luis Fonsi and Demi Lovato

Song Year: 2017

“Échame La Culpa” means “Put the Blame on Me.” It was a collaboration between pop sensation Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi. It is a reggaeton duet that blends English and Spanish lyrics.

“Echame La Culpa” became an international hit, with the infectious song reaching number one on the charts in Austria, Spain, Mexico, France, Sweden, and Scotland. That is just half of the list! That is no surprise, given Lavato’s track record of selling over 24 million albums worldwide.

“Con Calma” by Daddy Yankee & Snow

Song Year: 2019

Daddy Yankee is Puerto Rican, but “Con Calma” is decidedly Jamaican influenced. The song is Daddy Yankee’s tribute to one of the songs of his youth, “Informer.” As an artist, Daddy Yankee holds the honor of having the most top 10 singles on the Latin charts.

“Con Calma” fuses pulsating uptempo electronic with dancehall vibes. It centers on a woman who likes to communicate on the dance floor. “Con Calmo” became the longest number-one hit on Argentina Hot 100 charts; it stayed there for ten weeks.

“Te Bote” Remix by Casper, Nio García, Darell, Nicky Jam, Bad Bunny, Ozuna

Song Year: 2018

Puerto Rican rappers Casper Magico, Nio Garcia, and Darell teamed up to record “Te Bote.” The song proved so popular that the remix pulled in the likes of Nicky Jam, Bad Bunny, and Ozuna.

“Te Bote” became a big hit at the clubs, which had much to do with its lyrics. Those lyrics center on reggaetoneros who have had their hearts broken. The only way to mend a broken heart is to sing and dance.

“Me Niego” by Reik ft. Ozuna and Wisin

Song Year: 2018

Reik is a popular Mexican band that hails from Baja, California. Their fun reggaeton song, “Me Niego,” features vocals from Puerto Rican favorites Ozuna and Wisin. “Me Niego” translates as “I Refuse.” In this case, the refusal has to do with a relationship that the singer doesn’t want to end.

Best Spanish Tiktok Songs, Final Thoughts

Those were the best Latin TikTok songs ever. The popularity of Latin music shows no signs of letting up, and TikTok Spanish songs are making their mark. It is a genre that cultivates many musical influences from around the Latin world. As long as there are TikTok dancers, there will be Latin music to keep them swaying.

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