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Luck Ra, Maluma, Khea, “Hola Perdida (Remix)”

In our Latin Remix of the Week series, we highlight remixes that Latin panel and Panel in Español editors believe they are exceptional and distinct from the rest. We may not publish a review every week. This is our selection for today.

At the beginning of 2024, Argentinian sensations Luck Ra and Khea kicked off the year with a compelling dance track called “Hola Perdida” from the former’s debut album, Que Nos Falte Todo. The dynamic romantic song beautifully blends the styles of cuarteto and bachata, creating a perfect musical synthesis that vibrates with both energy and passion.

While up-and-coming Córdoba native Luck Ra has previously showcased his vocal skills playing behind a thriving live band, it was Virreyes trap star Khea who surprised his fans by swapping his rap lines for others. melodious vocal delivery. The song gained so much success that it topped the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart for several consecutive weeks.

Having already conquered the national charts, the duo decided to expand their reach by collaborating with Colombian megastar Maluma. The Medellín-born artist infused the song with his seductive flow, adding playful and flirtatious lyrics that add to the track’s international allure.

“Luck Ra, Khea, thank you partners for making me a part of this mega track. This remix goes far,” Maluma wrote on Instagram on Thursday (May 30).

Each star shines in this captivating collaboration, earning its rightful place as Latin Remix of the Week. The video sees the trio join forces in a studio, inviting fans to witness the behind-the-scenes set.

Listen to Luck Ra, Maluma, Khea’s “Hola Perdida (Remix)” below:

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