Greatest Latin Collaborations of December 2022: Vote! – Billboard


Each month, the Billboard Latin group asks readers to vote for one of the best Latin collaboration launched. The December fan ballot is formally out now, highlighting 11 collaborative efforts that had been featured on Billboard.com and our weekly First Stream Latin all through the month.


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December’s record consists of Paloma Mami’s infectious reggaetón “Síntomas de Soltera” with Chilean rappers Pailita and El Jordan 23, Carin León’s “Que Vuelvas” with norteño newcomers Grupo Frontera, and “Si Te Pillo,” the place Jowell y Randy and Wisin y Yandel, two of reggaeton’s most coveted duos, joined forces, to call a couple of. 

Final month, greater than 80 % of the votes topped the 2022 World Cup anthem “Tukoh Taka” by Nicki Minaj, Maluma and Myriam Fares the winner. In October, Juan Gabriel and Anahí’s “Dejame Vivir” received the fan ballot with a whopping 94 % of the votes. The reimagined model of the 1984 observe, which initially featured Rocío Dúrcal, comes six years after Juanga’s passing.

To this point, the highest Latin collaborations as voted by followers embrace Christina Aguilera and Ozuna’s “Santo” (January); Becky G and Karol G’s “Mamiii” (February); Sebastian Yatra and John Legend’s “Tacones Rojos (Remix)” (March); Bizarrap and Paulo Londra’s “BZRP Music Classes #23” (April); Morat and Duki’s “Paris” (Could); Blessd and Rels B’s “Energia” (June); Sebastian Yatra and Pablo Alboran’s “Contigo (July); R3ymon and Anonimus, “Santa Diabla” (August); and Kany Garcia and Christian Nodal’s “La Siguiente” (September). 

Which collaboration ought to take the crown in December? Take a look at the candidates and vote beneath!


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