The category is one of the most anticipated of the night. She shared her gratitude for being recognized for her music and the hard work she's put into it over the last five years. In she released "Amor De Dos" with Nicky Jam, which put her on the map in her native Colombia, and since then has grown her audience globally.
It's finally here! Starting tomorrow, Aug. Between the massive fest's eight stages and stacked lineup, there's plenty of music to get lost in and excited about.
Lead vocalist Fher Olvera, drummer Alex Gonzalez, guitarist Sergio Vallin and bass player Juan Calleros will be recognized during the event in Las Vegas for the band's achievements and contributions to the Latin community and support of environmental protection and human rights causes. A variety of Latin stars, including Pepe Aguilar and the pop group Piso 21, will perform some of the influential band's greatest hits. We were very inspired with the news.
It's hard to believe we're nearing another stellar celebration of Latin music already, but the time is quickly approaching. In addition to revealing this year's show date, the Latin Academy announced a fresh year deal with longtime network Univision, which extends The Biggest Night in Latin Music's TV home through The partnership began in
The Latin Grammy honors works produced anywhere around the world that were recorded in either Spanish or Portuguese and is awarded in the United States. Broadcast by CBSthat first ceremony became the first primarily Spanish language primetime program carried on an English-language American television network. Sincethe awards are broadcast in the United States by the television network Univision.
J Balvin did not win Record of the Year, even though he had two different songs nominated in the category. J Balvinthe Colombian reggaeton star, was nominated for more awards than any other artist at the Latin Grammys on Thursday. In two separate categories, Record of the Year and Best Urban Song, he was even nominated multiple times.
The Latin Grammys had lots of wonderful moments. We saw a variety of golden gramophones being handed out to winners in the pop, urban, regional Mexican and tropical genres. We saw performers, including Bad Bunny and Ozunadeliver new versions of their hottest hits.
Tropical, urban Colombian rhythms and a zippy hit on love and technology topped this year's Latin Grammy Awards, which saw several stars push a message for peace but mostly shied from politics. Uruguayan singer-songwriter Jorge Drexler cleaned up with three trophies including for Song of the Year for "Telefonia", "Telephony"a soft, melodic hit about the telephone's power to foster love. But while Drexler and Mexican balladeer Luis Miguel took home the ceremony's top prizes -- with the latter winning the coveted Album of the Year for Mexico por siempre!
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