Get your groove with the new Spotify "Premios Juventud Nominados" playlist. Photo: Courtesy of Spotify

Spotify is inviting Latin Times readers to get ready for tonight’s big award show with the 'Premios Juventud Nominados' playlist. From familiar names to fresh faces, the playlist with close to 50 songs includes some of Latin music’s favorite artists, including Christian Nodal, Bomba Estéreo, J Quiles, Bad Bunny, and Ozuna, to name a few.

Alejandra Espinoza, Danilo Carrera, Jesse & Joy, Chyno and Leslie Grace are all set to host the main event with appearances from stars throughout the night including: Jake T. Austin, África Zavala, Bárbara de Regil, Natalia Jiménez, Adrián Martín, and many more. Performing for the first time in a Latin network in the U.S. is Iggy Azalea who will bring her new hits to the party.

Also joining the lineup is DNCE, Maluma, J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Gente de Zona, De La Ghetto, Wisin, Farruko, Jacob Forever, Ozuna, and Zion y Lennox. The duo that was Chyno y Nacho will be going solo and Calibre 50 and Ulices Chaidez y sus Plebes will also be at the event. Other confirmed performers include Enrique Iglesias, Yandel, Silvestre Dangond, Carlos Rivera, Arcángel and Sebastián Yatra.

This year's Premios Juventud's theme is "Betting on the Future," expanding its focus to include social causes that have a direct impact on Hispanic communities by adding the "Agentes de Cambio" (Agents of Change) awards category, inspired by artists and presenters who have become energetic spokespersons for various causes. Six Hispanics under 30 years of age with significant achievements throughout the country will receive a special recognition on stage for their grassroots efforts in favor of the environment, education and social inclusion.

Premios Juventud 2017 will broadcast live from Miami starting at 8pm/7c on Thursday, July 6.

Find below the entire playlist and direct access here:

1. Adiós Amor – Christian Nodal

2. La Bicicleta – Carlos Vives & Shakira

3. Súbeme La Radio – Enrique Iglesias, Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox

4. Despacito – Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee

5. Vente Pa’ Ca – Ricky Martin ft. Maluma

6. Chantaje – Shakira ft. Maluma

7. Otra Vez – Zion & Lennox ft. J Balvin

8. Soy Peor – Bad Bunny

9. Me Rehúso – Danny Ocean

10. Egoísta – Justin Quiles

11. Amor con Hielo – Morat

12. Dile Que Tu Me Quieres – Ozuna

13. Besándote – Piso 21

14. Te Regalo - Ulices Chaidez Y Sus Pebles

15. Todo Cambio (Remix) – Becky G ft. Justin Quiles

16. Dime Qué Se Siente – Luis Coronel

17. Felices los 4 – Maluma

18. Tell Me – AXSHN ft. Sofia Reyes

19. Si Va A Doler Que Duela (Pop) – Victoria La Mala

20. Horas Extras – Chiquis Rivera

21. Para Qué Lastimarme – Gerardo Ortiz

22. El Amante – Nicky Jam

23. Escápate Conmigo – Wisin ft. Ozuna

24. Hey Ma – J Balvin & Pitbull ft. Camila Cabello

25. Las Ultras – Calibre 50

26. Shaky Shaky – Daddy Yankee

27. Vacaciones – Wisin

28. Ya No Me Duele Más (Remix) – Silvestre Dangond ft. Farruko

29. A Poco (Versión Sierreño) – Raúl Casillas

30. Me Llamas (Remix) – Piso 21 ft. Maluma

31. Qué Gano Olvidándote – Reik

32. Deja Que Te Bese – Alejandro Sanz ft. Marc Anthony

33. Me Soltaste – Jesse & Joy

34. Tengo Que Colgar – Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga

35. Tú y Yo – Tommy Torres ft. Daddy Yankee

36. Ya Me Enteré – Reik

37. Afuera Está Lloviendo – Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda

38. Reggaetón Lento (Bailemos) – CNCO

39. Sigo Extrañándote – J Balvin

40. A Ver A Qué Hora – Banda Carnaval

41. El Gallero – El Komander

42. Es Tuyo Mi Amor - Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga

43. Se Defiende – La Septima Banda

44. Siempre Te Voy A Querer – Calibre 50

45. Andas En Mi Cabeza – Chino & Nacho ft. Daddy Yankee

46. Desencuentro – Residente ft. Soko

47. Don’t Let Go – Farruko

48. Soy Yo – Bomba Estéreo

49. Tú Sí Sabes Quererme – Natalia Lafourcade ft. Los Macorinos

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