Your Holiday Weekend Playlist: 10 Top Latino Songs to Get You Moving

If you're like us, you're probably eating and drinking more than usual as you celebrate the holiday with family and friends.

If you're looking to download some music to get you moving, check out our playlist which includes some of our favorite Latino music genres, from reggaeton to salsa to alternative and bachata. Here it is, countdown style:

10. Duele El Corazón: Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin
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DENVER, CO - FEBRUARY 17: Enrique Iglesias performs at the Pepsi Center on February 17, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post via Getty Images) Seth McConnell / Denver Post via Getty Images

Grammy Award winner Enrique Iglesias has had 27 tracks on Billboard's Hot Latin songs including his latest with Puerto Rican reggaeton musician, Wisin.

This song is currently on the top ten of Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart. With its mix of pop and reggaeton it will keep you from falling asleep at any family weekend festivity.

9. Vez Primera: Carla Morrison

Mexican singer and songwriter Carla Morrison won Best Alternative Song for this single, which showcases her powerful vocals and shows why she's such an original voice in Latin alternative music.

8. Deja Que Te Bese: by Alejandro Sanz featuring Marc Anthony
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MADRID, SPAIN - APRIL 24: Singer Alejandro Sanz performs live at La noche de Cadena 100 concert at Madrid sports palace on April 24, 2010 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Eduardo Parra/Getty Images) Eduardo Parra / Getty Images

This song will get you dancing. Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz collaborates with Grammy Award winner Marc Anthony in a mix of salsa and flamenco.

Trust us, it's a danceable tune for any holiday occasion. When released, it debuted at No. 23 on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart.

7. Fuego by Juanes
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Singer Juanes of Colombia performs performs during the concert for Peace Without Borders, featuring some 15 Latin American, Spanish and Cuban performers, at the Revolution Square, on September 20, 2009, in Havana, Cuba. Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photo / Getty Images

The Colombian's latest single 'Fuego' is a great track reminiscent of his earliest songs - including 'La Camisa Negra' and 'Mala Gente,' according to Billboard. In this single Juanes fuses his electric guitar riffs with cumbia beats.

6. Chillax by Farruko feauturing Ky-Mani Marley
Ky-Mani Marley (L) and Farruko perform during the show of the 17th Annual Latin Grammy Awards on November 17, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP/Getty Images

This reggaeton hit titled 'Chillax' explains the mood of those that are planning to relax or enjoy their time with a loved one. Ky-Mani Marley adds a bit of Jamaican reggae to this tune with his voice and lyrics.

5. Vente Pa' Ca by Ricky Martin featuring and Maluma
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Singer Ricky Martin performs onstage during the "Hillary Clinton: She's With Us" concert at The Greek Theatre on June 6, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Kevin Winter / Getty Images

This pop song by the Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin - who recently announced his engagement to artist Jwan Yosef - and Colombian singer Maluma has been on the Billboard Hot Latin songs charts for 11 weeks and peaked to number 4.

The duo's latest single has debuted No. 1 on Latin Airplay and has had 14 million audience impressions during the first week of October according to Nielsen Music.

4. Safari by J Balvin featuring Pharrell Williams, BIA and Sky
(L-R) Singers Pharrell Williams, BIA and J Balvin perform during the show of the 17th Annual Latin Grammy Awards on November 17, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP/Getty Images

From the Colombian's recent album 'Energía,' Safari won the Latin Grammy for the Best Urban Music Album. J Balvin's collaborates with American rapper Pharrell Williams.

3. La Carretera by Prince Royce
Prince Royce sings during the show for the 2016 Latin GRAMMY's Person Of The Year honoring Marc Anthony at the MGM Grand on November 16, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP/Getty Images

The Tropical artist has done it again with a romantic song that will lift you off your feet and onto the dance floor with your loved one. This song was nominated for the Latin Grammy Award for Best Tropical Song of 2016.

2. La Bicicleta by Carlos Vives and Shakira
Colombian singers Shakira (L) and Carlos
Colombian singers Shakira (L) and Carlos Vives perform during a concert in support of hostage liberation held as part of Colombia's independence day celebrations in the southern town of Leticia, Amazonas department, on July 20, 2008. AFP/Getty Images

La Bicicleta is a mixture of various musical elements such as vallenato, pop and cumbia that lyrically 'strolls' you through the duo's childhood memories.

This song won two Latin Grammy Awards at the 17th Annual Grammy Awards for Song of the Year and Record of the Year.

1. Shaky Shaky by Daddy Yankee
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Recording Artist Daddy Yankee (C) is honored by is honored by Presencia Latina at Harvard University April 26, 2008 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Yankee received the Artist of the Year Award, and Jaslene Gonzalez was recognized for her ambition and beauty in representing the Latino Community.

There's a reason why Shaky Shaky by Puerto Rican Reggaeton artist, Daddy Yankee is at the top of the charts.

Shaky Shaky has been on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart for the past 28 weeks; with its infectious beat you can definitely get moving and burning off some Thanksgiving indulgence. Enjoy!

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