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Which Latin Artist Would You Want to Have a Virtual 4th of July Party With? Vote!

Independence Day is just around the corner.

The federal U.S. holiday commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. It was the day that the colonies declared they were united and independent, and no longer part of Great Britain.

As tradition holds, July 4 is often associated with parades, fireworks, barbecues gatherings, beach parties, and other fun events. But because of the current global health crisis that has led to quarantines and social distancing, chances are people will celebrate at home and on video chat with their loved ones.

For those who plan to celebrate the day virtually, Billboard wants to know: Which Latin artist would you like to have a virtual party with?

From Prince Royce to Angela Aguilar to Nicky Jam and beyond, the list includes 16 Latin acts who were born in the United States and are proud of their Hispanic-American roots. Vote below.

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