At Friday night’s 40 Music Awards Santander 2023 gala in Madrid, young Miko is enjoying a phase of artistic development whose musical influence has already been recognized at award ceremonies.
The urban Puerto Rican won the award for Best New Artist or Group in the “Global Latin” category and took the stage at the Wizink Center in Madrid to collect the award for Best Urban Song, which was won by the song. ‘Classy 101’ was one of the kings of the night, winning three of the six awards he was nominated for, along with Colombian feed.
Feat won Best Urban Artist or Producer and Best Urban Collaboration for ‘Hey More’ with Ozuna.
Camilo, on the other hand, took the stage apart from the show to collect the award for Best Latin Artist or Group.
“I’m a little embarrassed to receive this award with the other artists nominated, I appreciate it, I would have voted for all of them if I had been able to vote,” Camilo said.
Likewise, in this category, the best live artist or group Tuki, while the best Latin collaboration was awarded to Emilia and Ludmilla, and the best video clip went to ‘Corazonvacco’ by Maria Becerra, who recalled her opening recordings. Street with a small budget.
Another much-anticipated performer of the night was Aytana, who wore an all-over look to pick up the award for ‘Los Babies’ and ‘Alfa’ in the Spanish category.
“It’s been a dream since I danced in the town square,” said Lola Indigo, one of the night’s favorites with five nominations, recalling her childhood and winning first prize at the gala in the best way. Spain section tour for ‘Dragon Tour’.
In the Spanish category, Alvaro de Luna’s ‘Everything With You’ won Best Song, David Bispel Best Live Artist or Group, Syco Best Urban Breakthrough Artist and No Quevedo Best Urban Artist or Group.
In the same category, among the most anticipated awards, Debol 40 to 1 won Best Artist or Group, Wikko won Best New Artist or Group and Ana Mena won Best Global Artist or Group.
Singer Abraham Mateo was another star of the night as he brought the eighties to the public with his song ‘Maniaka’ and won the award for Best Collaboration for his song ‘Clavito’ with Chanel.
Golden Music Awards
The Vissink Center traveled back in time thanks to legendary British boy-band Take That, who unleashed the Nineties fever with two songs, ‘Windows’ and ‘Patience’, before collecting Golden Music Awards.
The same award was presented to Ozuna in recognition of his career development and encouragement to the younger, as well as Shakira, who was unable to attend the exhibition.
However, some lapses could be seen on the part of the presenters when announcing the winners of the International category, although Dua Lipa was finally named Best Artist or Group and Best Album with Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’. Initial supervision.
Likewise, in the same category, Lorraine, the winner of this year’s edition of Eurovision, won the award for Best Artist or Group, while Tom Odell won the award for Best Live Artist or Group.