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Fans Voted & Here’s the Best Music Video From Anuel’s ‘Emmanuel’

Fans voted and they’ve picked their favorite music video off of Anuel AA’s Emmanuel album.

After a two-week poll made the rounds on Billboard, the Enrique Iglesias-assisted “Fútbol y Rumba” took the crown with over 70 percent of the votes. The colorful and Latino pride-filled “Reggaetonera” follows in second place. “Fútbol y Rumba” previously won the best Latin collaboration of May poll.

“Fútbol y Rumba,” which marks Anuel and Iglesias’ first-ever collaborative effort, is a catchy, feel-good song about living life to the fullest. “We only have one life and we’re not leaving so keep the party going,” sings the Spanish singer.

In the music video, both acts dance on a rooftop as famous personalities such as El Alfa, Rauw Alejandro and Anitta make cameos. On the Billboard charts, “Futbol & Rumba” lifts 11-6 on the Latin Airplay survey dated July 11.

Watch the music video and poll results below.

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