Lali on the Importance of Sharing Her Culture Through Music (Exclusive)

The 27-year-old singer also opened up to ET about which artists she's hoping to collaborate with next.

Lali is ready to give the world a slice of Argentina. 

ET's Denny Directo and Grecia Lopez spoke with the 27-year-old entertainer on the red carpet at the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Thursday, where she opened up about sharing her culture with fans through her music. 

"I am from the south of the world, and this is so big and for me," she raved in Spanish. "It's important to bring my music and bring my essence, not just my music, but my culture, our food, our way of speaking, everything that we Argentinians are, and that all of Latin America [is, so the] U.S. can learn more about us through our music, my pop music."

The "Ego" singer is nominated for Social Artist of the Year at Thursday's awards show, where she's hoping to put together a couple deals for collaborations. 

"[I want to work with] all the girls, Becky G, Karol G, Anitta, Natti [Natasha]. I love them and I think they are amazing artists," she shared. 

She shared the stage with many of those artists at Billboard's "Women in the Lead" panel on Wednesday. "That was amazing because it was a big opportunity for me to speak about the women, the music, the composers, producers, what's our place, how much more progress there still is, how we want more women in the studio," she explained. "I was very happy to be a part of it and speak out."

The Billboard Latin Music Awards will broadcast live on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on Telemundo. See more in the video below.