Latin Grammy Awarded for music published between June 1, 2021 and May 31, 2022 The list contained entries by many Colombians such as Carlos Vives, Sebastian Yatra, Camilo, Elsa and Elmer, Fonseca, Mauricio Rengifo, Andres Torres, Puerto Candelaria, Nabalez, Vale, Claraluna, Maluma, Farina and Petrona Martinez.
After a pre-gala (awarded to 41 categories in the afternoon) and a televised ceremony where 12 prizes were awarded, Colombians took home one or more gramophones.
El Samario won two awards, one shared with Fito Pace for Best Rock Song for Babel and the second for Best Contemporary Tropical Album for his Cumbiana II.
Vives was among the artists who performed live at the gala with her song Baloncido Viejo, and she performed it alongside Camilo, Silvana Estrada and Nicole Zignacco.
Paisa has received both awards. Thanks to the song, which took home the first song at the evening gala and tied with George Drexler in the Best Pop Song category. Red high heels.
His album Dharma was nominated for the second best pop vocal album. Yatra sang along with John Legend Red high heels In a bilingual version it is very successful.
Another Colombian winner was Jean Carlos Centeno, who received the Gramophone for Best Cumbia / Vallinato Album with his accordionist Ronal Urpina. happy wedding anniversary.
Big winner of the night
With 7 out of 9 he wanted, Uruguay’s Jorge Drexler became the most important artist of the night at the Latin Grammys.
Drexler, Confessed to EL COLOMBIANO several months agoAwards do not reveal him and he tries not to expect anything when nominations are announced, he does not hide his surprise every time his name is announced as a winner.
The artist requested gramophones for the best pop song Concord GuerrillaBest alternative song with The day you opened the worldBest Singer-Songwriter Album for his album Ink and timeBest song in Portuguese Vento Sarto (with Marisa Monte)Great arrangement with song Master Plan (arrangements by Fernando Velázquez) and the two top prizes of the night: Record of the Year and Theme Song of the Year touch you Next player C. Tangana
The Latin Grammys are celebrated each year by the Latin Recording Academy to highlight selected Latin music across various genres and creative fields.
Another winner Bad Bunny did not attend the ceremony Because it is made in Medellin This Friday the 18th and Saturday the 19th of November for their two big concerts.
El Conejo Malo won five awards in the Best Urban Fusion/Performance categories the marmoset asked meBest reggaeton performance sorry baby :/Great urban song too Didi asked me. Best rap/hip hop song ever Museum and Best Urban Music Album with Album Summer without you
Some of the winners of the night:
– Record of the year – Touching You (George Drexler & C. Tangana)
– Album of the Year – Motomami (Digital Album) Rosalia
– Song of the Year – Touching You (George Drexler & C. Tangana)
– Best New Artist – Tie between Angela Alvarez and Silvana Estrada
– Best Pop Vocal Album – Dharma (Sebastian Yatra)
– Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – Aguilera (Christina Aguilera)
– Best Pop Song – Tied between George Drexler and La Guerrilla de la Concordia Red Heels by Sebastian Yatra
– Best Urban Fusion/Performance – Diddy Asked Me (Bad Bunny)
– Best reggaeton performance – Sorry bb:/ (Bad Bunny)
– Best Urban Music Album – Summer Without You (Bad Bunny)
– Best Rap/Hip Hop Song – Di Museo (Bad Bunny)
– Great urban song – Diddy asked me (Bad Bunny)
– Best Rock Album – A Different Holiday (He Killed a Wheeler)
– Best Rock Song – The Best of Our Lives (Fito Base)
– Best Pop / Rock Album – The Wild Years (Fito Bass)
– Best Pop/Rock Song – Babel (Fito Baez & Carlos Vives)
– Best Alternative Music Album – Motomami (Digital Album) Rosalia
– Best Alternative Song – The Day You Premiere The World (George Drexler)
– A great cumbia/vallenato album – Happy Anniversary (Jean Carlos Centeno)
– Best Salsa Album – Balla Voi (Marc Anthony)
– Best Merengue and/or Bachata Album – Between the Sea and the Palm Trees (Juan Luis Guerrera)
– Best Contemporary Tropical Album – Cumbiana II (Carlos Vives)
– Best Singer-Songwriter Album – Ink and Time (George Drexler)