Sebastián Yatra & Álvaro Díaz's 'A Dónde Van' Wins Best Latin Collab of August

Alvaro Diaz Sebastian Yatra
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Alvaro Diaz and Sebastian Yatra

For the second month in a row, a Sebastián Yatra collab is crowned best collaboration of the month.

For the month of August, Yatra and Álvaro Díaz's "A Dónde Van" nabs over 60 percent of the votes, followed by Lenny Tavarez and Beéle’s “La Mujer Traiciona” and Cali Y El Dandee’s “Nada” in collaboration with Danna Paola.

Other fan favorites included ChocQuibTown and Sech's "Qué Lástima," Thalia and Myke Tower's "La Luz" and Lola Indigo, Danna Paola and Denise Rosenthal's "Santeria."

In July, Danna Paola and Yatra's “No Bailes Sola” nabbed the title with over 80 percent of the votes. Los Dos Carnales and El Fantasma won the poll in June. With over 70 percent of the votes, Anuel and Enrique Iglesias took the best Latin collab title in May.

In April, Feid took the crown with his Sky Rompiendo-assisted song “Relxjxte.” Chino & Nacho’s comeback track “Raro” nabbed the title in 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.

Listen to the winning collab and see the complete August results below.

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