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ICYMI: Watch Becky G, Diego Boneta, Manuel Turizo & More At Latin AMAs Rehearsals

Becky G and Diego Boneta
   

      

On Wednesday, Billboard Latin took over Facebook to stream live interviews with young superstars including Becky G, Diego Boneta, Bad Bunny, Farruko and Manuel Turizo (among others), who are all participating in the 2017 Latin American Music Awards from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Thursday night (Oct. 26).

In case you missed it, below Billboard has gathered the video interviews and recaps of the best moments for each artist from livestream.  

Becky G and Diego Boneta

Becky G and Diego Boneta have a lot in common. Not only are they actors, singers and Mexican-Americans, but both are hosting an award show for the first time in their lives. Also, Becky spoke about the controversy around her latest hit “Mayores” (currently No. 5 on Hot Latin Songs chart dated Nov. 4) and check out what Boneta thinks about the song.  

Interview with Becky G and Diego Boneta #billboardlive #latinamas

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Farruko

Puerto Rican urban singer Farruko spoke about how “Krippy Kush” created a controversy within the music industry, which led to him having a hard time getting approvals for its release due to the strong lyrics and  video.

Q&A with Farruko #LatinAMAs

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Manuel Turizo

Manuel Turizo is performing at Latin American Music Awards for the first time. The Colombian rising star debuted on the Billboard charts with his single “Una Lady Como Tu”, which peaked No. 32 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Oct. 14) and No. 10 on the Latin Digital Song Sales chart (dated Sept. 30). Also, the song has 19.5 million total on-demand streams (audio and video combined) since it's release, according to Nielsen Music. During the interview Turizo surprised us with a quick performance of his hit.

Interview with MTZ - Manuel Turizo! #billboardlive #latinamas

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Christian Nodal

Rising star Nodal is already conquering Billboard charts with his first album, Me Dejé Llevar. He spoke about how exciting it was to know that Spanish singer David Bisbal wanted to collab with him on their single "Probablemente." Also, don't miss the story behind his first tattoo.

Interview with Christian Nodal! #billboardlive #latinamas

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny is set to perform their Becky G collaboration "Mayores." for the first time at the Latin AMAs, so the Puerto Rican trap singer spoke about how grateful he is to have five songs charting on Hot Latin Songs and how much he being creative when selecting his stage outfits.

Q&A with Bad Bunny

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Arthur Hanlon

Pianist Hanlon will be presenting at the show. He spoke with Billboard about his new single “No Tuve La Culpa” featuring Colombian group Choquibtown and his experience of playing the piano on the back of a truck while running behind it.

Interview with Arthur Hanlon! #billboardlive #latinamas

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Bacilos

The rock band is reunited after a decade-long break. They will be performing their new single "Por Hacerme el Bueno" at the awards show and will drop a new album early next year. Watch the interview all the way through to find out which one is the naughtiest member.

Interview with Bacilos! #billboardlive #latinamas

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Abraham Mateo

The Spanish pop singer will be performing his latest song “Loco Enamorado” with Farruko and Christian Daniel for the first time on the broadcast. He spoke about how this collab came along and, also, announced his next single “Hablame Bajito” featuring Austin Mahone and 50 Cent.

Interview with Abraham Mateo! #billboardlive #latinamas

Posted by Billboard Latin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017


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