If 2017 was the year Spanish-language music broke into the mainstream, 2018 is when it flaunted its staying power. At the epicenter of the Latin popquake has arguably been Puerto Rico, whose denizens emerged swinging from the aftermath of Hurricane Maria with formidable shows of strength and genius — take Ozuna’s Aura, a multitude of hits by Bad Bunny, or viral reggaeton track “Te Boté” and its ceaseless stream of remixes. Meanwhile from across the Atlantic, Spanish singer-songwriter Rosalía became ubiquitous well beyond Europe with her sophomore LP El Mal Querer, and melded her incisive pop mind with J Balvin’s kaleidoscopic one on his own breakthough, Vibras. Yet while Hot 100 power players like Balvin go global, indie stalwarts like Gepe keep their magic close to home. Here are Rolling Stone‘s top 10 Latin albums of 2018.