What’s the Best Latin Collab of June 2020? Vote!

Abraham Mateo and Becky G, "Tiempo Pa Olvidar"
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Abraham Mateo and Becky G, "Tiempo Pa Olvidar"

The first half of the year is already gone, wrapping up in yet another month with great Latin collaborations.

With the last day of June here, Billboard highlights the team-ups that were featured throughout this month’s First Stream Latin playlists.

The poll includes 16 bops such as Abraham Mateo and Becky G’s infectious “Tiempo Pa’ Olvidar,” Manuel Medrano’s funk pop “Cielo” featuring Nile Rodgers, the summer-ready “Bésame” by Play-N-Skillz, Daddy Yankee and Zion & Lennox, and “Por Siempre Manuel” by Gerardo Ortiz and Virlan García, to name a few.

In May, Anuel and Enrique Iglesias nabbed the title with “Fútbol y Rumba,” part of Anuel’s Emmanuel album. Feid took the crown in April with his Sky Rompiendo-assisted song “Relxjxte.” Chino & Nacho’s comeback track “Raro” nabbed the title for best Latin collab of March. Bad Bunny and Sech’s “Ignorantes” had the most votes in February and January’s winner was “Grande,” the '90s dream joint by Gloria Trevi and Monica Naranjo.

Which Latin collaboration should win in June? Check out the videos and vote below!


Abraham Mateo, Becky G, “Tiempo Pa Olvidar”

Black Eyed Peas, Maluma, “Feel the Beat”

Brytiago x Rauw Alejandro, “Cositas”

Dylan Fuentes, Tainy, Mau & Ricky, "Mente"

Ed Maverick ft. Daniel Quien, "Nos Queda Mucho Dolor Por Recorrer”

Mexican Institute of Sound, Gaby Moreno, “Yemayá”

Gerardo Ortiz & Virlan García, "Por Siempre Manuel"

Los Angeles Azules ft. Lali, “Las Maravillas de la Vida”

Los Dos Carnales ft. El Fantasma, "El Fue Arturo"

Luciano Pereyra, Lang Lang, "Me enamoré de tí"

Manuel Medrano feat. Nile Rodgers, “Cielo”

Myke Towers & Yandel, "Mayor"

Play-N-Skillz, Daddy Yankee and Zion & Lennox, "Bésame"

Sofia Reyes & Piso 21, “Cuando Estas Tu”

Tito El Bambino, Farruko, "Se Va"

Tony Succar ft. Anaadi, Raices Jazz Orchestra, “Mas Que Nada”

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