Which of These Jennifer Lopez Latin Collaborations Is Your Favorite? Vote!

Abraham Mateo, Yandel and Jennifer Lopez "Se Acabó el Amor"
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Abraham Mateo, Yandel and Jennifer Lopez "Se Acabó el Amor"

Teaming up with artists like Wisin, Marc Anthony and Pitbull for timeless or dance floor-ready tracks, Jennifer Lopez's collaborations with fellow Latin superstars have become instant bilingual hits.

Adding to her list of collaborations, J.Lo and Maluma teased their earlier this month that they are working on new music together. "Oh, and we’re recording a hit," Maluma assured in the social media post. While J.Lo hyped the fans with the comment "are you ready?"

As we wait for Maluma and J.Lo's collab to drop, Billboard celebrates Lopez's 51st birthday today (July 24) with her 10 most memorable Latin collaborations including her Spanish heart-wrenching 1999 ballad with Marc Anthony "No Me Ames," "Amor, Amor, Amor" ft. Wisin and the Pitbull-assisted bop "On the Floor."

Below, check out the 10 collabs and then vote for your favorite.

Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony -- "No Me Ames" (1999)

"Hold You Down" ft. Fat Joe (2005)

"On the Floor" ft. Pitbull (2011)

"Dance Again" ft. Pitbull (2012)

"Ni Tu Ni Yo" ft. Gente de Zona (2017)

"Amor, Amor, Amor" ft. Wisin (2018)

Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny -- "Te Guste" (2018)

"Dinero" ft. DJ Khaled & Cardi B (2018)

Jennifer Lopez, Abraham Mateo & Yandel -- "Se Acabó El Amor" (2018)

Jennifer Lopez, Dayvi & Victor Cárdenas -- "Baila Conmigo" (2018)


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