J. Balvin, Anitta, Shakira and more: Which Latin artist has the best song in an animated film? Vote!

J Balvin and Tainy traveled to Bikini Bottom on the bottom of the Pacific Ocean to officially start a party with their friends SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Starr today (July 15) for the “Agua” music video.

“Agua,” a good song about an underwater festival, is part of the upcoming Sponge on the run Film soundtrack produced by executive Latin talent incubator NEON16.

Fans wait for the new Sponge flick to premiere, Billboard Highlights 10 Latin artists who formed part of the soundtrack to an animated film.

From Shakira’s “Try Everything” to Carlos Rivera’s “Recorder” and below for the best vote.

Tanny, Jay Balwyn, “Vanguard”
Movies: Sponge on the run

Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon joined forces with NEON16 to bring it to life SpongeBob Movie: SpongeBob on the Run Film soundtrack, executive produced by award-winning producer Taine and noted industry leader Lex Borrero. Tainy and J Balvin tracked up the team-up for their debut single “Agua”, which featured the iconic SpongeBob intro fusing with reggaeton and bass melodies, starting a party.

SZA, Justin Timberlake, Ovi on drums, “The Other Side”
Movies: Troll world tour

Earlier this year, SZA and Justin Timberlake dropped a future-inspired music video for part of “The Other Side” Troll world tour movie soundtrack. Shortly thereafter, Colombian hitmaker Ovi jumped to the remix on drums. The original Bop, released on February 26, is a disco-infused funk song about inspiring you to get back on your feet and raise your head high. In the remix, Ovi adds his distinctive sound, giving “The Other Side” an urban-green facelift.

Zayn, Becky, “An Mundo Ideal”
Movies: Aladdin (live-action)

Becky Ji threads her Spanish-language poem in Zain’s English into a bilingual version Of aladdin “A Whole New World” for 2019 live-action directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Will Smith. The Mexican-American songwriter expressed on Instagram last year, “It’s really a dream come true”. Dubbed “Un Mundo Ideal”, the film features endorsements in the Spanish-speaking Latin American markets and on the Walt Disney Records Latin Spanish-language soundtrack.

Anita, “Ugly (Fei)”
Movies: Ugly doll

Music artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Pitbull, Nick Jonas, Lizzo and Blake Shelton come together to bring the characters alive in the 2019 film Ugly doll. After the story of imperfect toys, which travel to the city of perfection in hopes of becoming children enough to pick them up, Ugly Dolls send the important message of self-love and being unique. On the soundtrack, Brazilian pop star Anita sends the exact message with her powerful song “Ugly (Fei)”.

Miguel feat. Natalia Lafourcade, “Remember Me”
Movies: Cocoa

Winner of Best Animated Feature at the 2018 Oscars, CocoaThe star-studded soundtrack features the “Remember Me,” theme song from Miguel and Natalia LaForked. Dia de Muertos– Despired Disney Film.

Carlos Rivera, “Ricardem”
Movies: Cocoa

The Spanish version of Mexican singer-songwriter “Remember Me” is a melancholy ballad that captures the essence of the film centered around Miguel’s dreams of becoming a musician in 2017. His wild journey takes him to the colorful land of the dead where he reunites with family members to be blessed to become an artist.

Shakira, “Try Everything”
Movies: Zootopia

Giving life for Of zootopia The superstar from Gazelle, Colombia also gave us a heartfelt track “Everything Trying” included in the Disney animated film. The kid-friendly thriller set in the “urban jungle” of a city of animals hit theaters in March 2016 where we saw Shakira shaking her hips and encouraging us all with lyrics like I won’t give up, no , I will not give ’til’ I reach the end and then I start again. No, I will not go, I want to do everything “

Jennifer Lopez, “Feel the Light”
Movies: House

In 2015, Jennifer Lopez and Rihanna joined forces for the DreamWorks animation-produced film House. Telling the moving and captivating story of the alien race Boov, Rihanna takes the teenage girl gratuity “Tip” Tucci in the lead role, as Lopez plays her mother, Lucy Tucci. For the film, Lopez also dropped the song and video “Feel the Light”, where she was seen wearing several space outfits dancing with her foreign friends.

Ricky Martin, “No Importa La Distancia”
Movies: Very strong man

The soundtrack for the 1997 animated film included the Spanish version of Michael Bolton’s “Go the Distance”, sung by Ricky Martin. Very strong man Tells the story of Zeus and Hera’s son who has been stripped of immortality and must prove that he is a true hero to reclaim her. In the song, Martin sings “One day, I’ll be there.” Doesn’t matter, I’ll find my way. “

Luis Miguel, “deserted”
Movies: Hunchback of notre dame

Luis Miguel’s song for the 1996 film, giving us a message of hope, trust and perseverance, is about a bell that is trying to regain its independence from its owner and, on the way, help his gypsy friend Esmeralda Does. “A Tomorrow’s Dream.” Dream of a new world, it will come. Have faith, it is possible if you are sure about it. “