Sebastian Yatra, Rosalía and More Win Latin Grammys; Karol G delivers amazing performance


It was a milestone night for The Latin Recording Academy as the organization celebrated 15 years of The Biggest Night in Latin Music. Winners included in the ceremony Sebastian JatraBad Bunny, Rosalia and more.

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It also turned out to be a milestone night for the Spanish singer/songwriter Enrique Iglesiasthe Cuban singer/songwriter Descemer Bueno and the Cuban reggaeton group Gente de Zona, each earning three statues at the ceremony. The artists’ amazing collaboration “Bailando” each earned them Latin Grammys for Best Urban Performance, Best Urban Song and Song Of The Year. The trio performed the song live via satellite to conclude the broadcast.

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Sebastian Yatra earned his first two Grammys for “Best Pop Song” for his smash single “Tacones Rojos” and “Best Pop Vocal Album” for his multi-platinum album Dharma.

The multi-platinum Colombian-American artist thrilled audiences by performing the bilingual version of “Tacones Rojos” with John Legend for the first time.

Carol G delivered a stunning medley that captivated the audience. The global superstar reaffirmed her position as one of the most important female representatives of the new generation.

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The musical presentation emphasized the high production value, on and off stage, and the performer’s vocal prowess. As a result, Karol G took fans on a journey that began with “Gatúbela’s” sexy 2000s vibe, to the tropical rhythms, afrobeats and reggaeton melodies of “Provenza”, and ended in the majestic desert of “Cairo”, creating a spectacle worthy of it. of the greatest night in Latin American music.

In other Latin Grammy news: Cuban singer-songwriter Angela Alvarez, 95, won the Best New Artist award and inspired fans around the world with her message that it’s never too late to stop dreaming “with faith and love” .
She won the honor with 25-year-old Mexican singer Silvana Estrada, who accepted her award by saying, “This year, most of the performers for Best New Artist were mostly women… This award was already ours.”

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Visit the official Latin Grammys website for more information.

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