Star of Bomba Estereo's 'Soy Yo' Video Pushes the Latino Vote in 'Be You y Vota' Campaign

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Be You Y Vota

"Be you and vote" is the powerful message behind a new campaign featuring Saraí González, the star of Bomba Estéreo's empowering "Soy Yo" music video.

The adorable 11-year-old Latina is back with her oversized glasses, quirky dance moves and extreme confidence to urge Latino voters to get out and vote in the upcoming presidential election Nov. 8.

"I was excited to do this video because this election is so important. I’ve had enough of Donald Trump," González said in a statement. "He’s unkind and he’s dishonest. Even all the kids in my school know how racist he is and that he can’t be president. He would make America much worse, not better. That’s why everyone needs to vote." 

The "Get Out the Vote" campaign is paid for by the liberal group People for the American Way, urging eligible Latino voters to make their vote count.

Check out the powerful video below: 

"Soy Yo," which translates into "That's Me," became a Latin power anthem that promotes tolerance and acceptance. "The video concept was perfect for a song that touches on bullying and intolerance, issues that worry all of us," lead singer Li Saumet told Billboard exclusively. "The way the story in the clip handles those issues is very different and it gives our song a whole new meaning."