Most Memorable Juan Gabriel Covers: Vicente Fernandez, Mana & More

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Vicente Fernandez performs at American Airlines Arena on Oct. 10, 2010 in Miami.

While Juan Gabriel's unique way of dramatically interpreting his lyrics will never be forgotten, Latin superstars including Marc Anthony, Vicente Fernández, Maná and others have taken some of the late singer's songs and made them their own. 

"As long as there is someone out there who sings my songs ... Juan Gabriel will live," Juan Gabriel, who died unexpectedly on Aug. 28 at 66 years old, previously told Billboard. 

From Anthony's salsa rendition of the Mexican crooner's mariachi ballad "Hasta que te conocí" to Maná's uptempo version of "Se me olvidó otra vez" and Maldita Vecindad's punk/rock "Querida," here are other memorable covers that will keep "El Divo de Juarez's" legacy alive and influencing generations of artists in Latin music. 

Listen to the 10 most memorable covers below and then vote for your favorite! 

Vicente Fernández "La diferencia" 

Maná "Se me olvidó otra vez" 

Marc Anthony "Hasta que te conocí" 

Rocio Durcal "Amor eterno" 

Maldita Vecindad "Querida" 

Kumbia Kings y El Gran Silencio "No tengo dinero" 

Jaguares "Te lo pido por favor" 

Jenni Rivera "Así fue" 

Daniela Romo "De mí enamórate"

La India "Costumbres"


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