Top 10 Latin Love Songs

Feb 08, 11 Top 10 Latin Love Songs

Remember back in high school when you used to make mix tapes for any and all occasions? It was cute and fun, so why not kick it old-school this year and make a romantic playlist to set the mood for the Valentine’s Day seduction of your man. And what better music to accompany your hottest moves than the steamiest Latin songs of all time? Get your man all hot and bothered to the rhythm of these tunes courtesy of two of the most coveted, New York City music producers and artists, Roman Rojas and Karina Colis:

  1. Burbujas de Amor by Juan Luis Guerra – Pretty much anything that comes out of this man’s mouth can make any woman melt, but this one’s a timeless classic.
  2. Si No Te Hubieras Ido” by Marco Antonio Solis – Has been recorded by various artists at various points in time with the same result: mega-hit.
  3. Corazon Partio by Alejandro Sanz – Hot, hot, hot!
  4. Cuando Te Beso by Juan Luis Guerra – See number one.
  5. I Could Fall In Love by Selena - Sweet and romantic, this song is a staple at Latino weddings across the country.
  6. Con Los Años Que Me Quedan by Gloria Estefan – What could be more romantic than a song inspired by a real-life relationship? Gloria and Emilio Estefan certainly know how to keep the spark alive.
  7. Si Nos Dejan” by Luis Miguel – With a voice like Luis Miguel’s he could sing a grocery list and still make you fall in love with him, but when you add the beautiful lyrics of this Mexican standard you have the recipe for a perfect love song.
  8. No Me Ames by Jennifer Lopez - A duet sung with Marc Anthony before they even got together. The amazing chemistry between these two definitely shines through in the song.
  9. “Hoy” by Gloria Estefan – It’s one of the biggest hits of her career for good reason.
  10. Cuando Me Enamoro by Enrique Iglesias - With this hottie singing, and featuring the stylings of Juan Luis Guerra you know it has to be good.


  1. Toney Foerschler /

    Love songs can be found in the histories and cultures of most societies, though their ubiquity is a modern phenomenon. A highly controversial and startling explanation of the genesis of love songs can be found in Denis de Rougemont’s “Love in the Western World”. De Rougemont’s thesis is that love songs grew out of the courtly love songs of the troubadours, and that those songs represented a rejection of the historical Christian notion of love. ::..*

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