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Breaking Down the Favorite Video Category at 2019 Latin American Music Awards

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Daddy Yankee & Wisin y Yandel, "Si Supieras"

The 2019 Latin American Music Awards are going down next month, and the nominees are getting ready to shine during the show, which will be broadcast live on Telemundo from the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Thursday, Oct. 17, at 8 p.m. ET.

One of the most competitive categories is for favorite video, which includes Camila’s “Te Confieso”; “La Respuesta” by Becky G with Maluma; Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel’s “Si Supieras”; “En Guerra” by Sebastián Yatra and Camilo; and "R.I.P." by Sofia Reyes, featuring Rita Ora and Anitta.

Below, Billboard has gathered more details about each video to help fans vote for their favorite.

The 2019 Latin AMAs nominees are based on key fan interactions with music, including sales, streaming and social activity, according to Billboard's analysis through their data allies Nielsen Music and Next Big Sound, covering the period from Aug. 10, 2018, to July 25, 2019.

Favorite Video


Camila - “Te Confieso”

Pablo and Mario defend romantic music’s importance and beauty in the present day. The “Te Confieso” video, directed by Nuno Gomes, has surpassed 58 million views on YouTube.


Becky G & Maluma - “La Respuesta”

Directed by Daniel Duran, the “La Respuesta” video shows Becky G and Maluma in a futuristic world where women rule. The clip was released in April.


Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel - “Si Supieras”

The “Si Supieras” video, directed by Nuno Gomes, tells the story of a young boy who falls in love with a girl from school and is trying to get her attention. The clip has over 110 million views on YouTube.


Sofia Reyes feat. Rita Ora & Anitta -“R.I.P.”

The rhythmic song has a peculiar lyric in which Sofia, Rita and Anitta no longer believe in the stories of men, and they totally kill any lie. The colorful music video shows the trio’s dancing skills.

Sebastian Yatra & Camilo - “En Guerra”

"En Guerra" carries the most powerful message of Yatra’s album. The song talks about the internal struggle of a human being and bullying. This video was released May 2, the international day of bullying.

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