J Balvin will receive a special award at the MTV MIAW 2016. The "Ginza" hitmaker will be recognized as an "Agent Of Change" with the Chiuku accolade. This award honors Balvin's humanitarian efforts and his involvement in different social causes benefiting children and teenagers from across the continent.

At the moment, Balvin supports humanitarian campaigns of ACNUR (Oficina del Alto Comisionado de las Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados), which allows him to encourage his followers to get into the shoes of a refugee and help millions of children displaced from the American continent. He also looks over Fundación La Familia, where he helps bring happiness to kids that have cancer. He is also been involved in other charity actions against domestic violence and helping out communities from Medellín to New York.

MTV created the MTV Chiuku Award to recognize those in the public eye who are committed to the betterment of their communities and use their influence to become catalysts for effecting change and spreading their message all over the world. Past celebrity recipients include Wyclef Jean, Eva Longoria, Fran Drescher, Shakira, Kelly Osbourne, Ashley Tisdale, Nelly Furtado, DJ Avicii, Cobra Starship, Kudai, DJ David Guetta, Fall Out Boy, Kelly Rowland, Paulina Rubio, Fonseca, Morrissey, Juanes, Wisin & Yandel, Daddy Yankee, Pitbull, 50 Cent, Calle 13, Backstreet Boys and Snoop Lion.

The MIAW 2016 has 26 different categories that honor the best of everything from apps, social media stars, viral moments to artists and music. Fans have been voting online and the winners will be revealed in a ceremony set to take place on Sunday, June 12. One of the funniest categories is the award for Fail Of The Year where the following are nominated: Steve Harvey & Miss Universe, Paty Navidad's Feminine Pad, Justin Bieber And The Mayan Ruins, Lenny Kravitz' Ripped Pants, Ariana Grande Licking Donuts and Donald Trump And The Wall. Some of the trophies are regional like the award for Snapchatter Of The Year that will have three winners -- one in México, one in Colombia and one in Argentina.