The godfather of bachata delivers an unabashedly romantic summertime record filled with a panoramic assortment of rhythms.
The Israeli sisters' sophomore set is a rhythmic wonder of empowered global pop with nods to the past and eyes firmly on the horizon.
The pan-global collective orchestrated by Damon Albarn offers an exuberant hybrid of African and Western music.
The Beninese vocalist pays tribute to a prime influence by reading the great salsa star's music through the lens of African musical tradition.
The American singer wraps her songs in the style and fidelity of vintage reggae and Tropicalia on this warm, lovesick debut.
The second album from this simmering Brooklyn group expands on their cosmic approach to Columbian styles.
The gifted Guatemalan vocalist and the iconic American producer and arranger create an ornate, cross-cultural song cycle.
On their third full-length, the English Afro-funk outfit bridge the best elements of their previous records and extend them with infectious dance tunes.
Working with producer Don Was, the premiere Tejano/Norteño fusion outfit hits another level with ballads, rockers and dances.
An enveloping, nocturnal third album from the Israeli jazz trumpeter, further exploring his post-bop, Sephardic, and North African influences.
The Colombian singer/songwriter collaborates with hot producers and artists as he weaves cumbia, vallenato, and guasca with rock, reggaeton, and soul.
With a plethora of styles, moods, and an intimate delivery, Colombia's latest Latin pop superstar avoids the sophomore slump by delivering a gem.
An elegant and compelling global fusion between the London-based collective and the Afghan singer.
Wildly inventive Congolese collective from Kinshasa whose artful lo-fi dance music is made largely on hand-built instruments created from junk.
A wildly diverse seven-track mini-album sung entirely in English. Its songs take on loss, grief, love, and the celebration of all life experiences.
Dub companion to Lee "Scratch" Perry's well-received 2019 collaboration with Adrian Sherwood.
Teaming with producer Camilo Lara and 180 musicians, the Mexican-American singer and songwriter delivers her most innovative recording.
First album in nearly five years from the romantic pop king balances strutting dance-pop, ballads, reggaeton, cumbia, and vallenato.
Following the success of F.A.M.E., the Colombian artist unabashedly swings for the crossover fences, mastering every pop style he tries on.
On his first studio outing in six years, the singer and producer Sergio George adds innovative depth and dimension to salsa's lineage.
The exiled Syrian wedding singer returns to the wild, soulful energy of his earliest albums here.
Capping his most successful year in music, the masterful Afro-Latino reggaetonero launches his most ambitious outing to date.
On their first studio album in five years, the guitar duo deliver a passionate program of new originals and an inspired Pink Floyd cover.
On his heady sophomore studio outing, the London-based percussionist leads jazzmen, beatmakers, rappers, and Indian classical singers.
The third set by the rural acoustic trio of Rwandan farmers pairs aching poignancy with themes of hope and beauty.
The revered desert blues collective recorded their fascinating eighth album in the open air of a Saharan camp.
On their fourth long-player, the international duo use dirges and folk ballads to explore the unknown.