Camilo was the main contender, receiving 10 nominations
Camilo was the Latin Grammy Awards’ best nominee for 10 nominations. It remains to see if the main awards of Thursday night will be needed.
He is a singer-songwriter who has been recognized with Latin Grammy Awards for his popular songs “Tutu”, “Favorite”, and “Vida de Rico” last year. Participated in the annual song-and-record of “Vida de Rico”, and the annual album “Mis”. Manos. ”
This year’s record also featured him with “Amen”, which was a collaboration between his wife Evaluna Montaner with Ricardo Montaner, Mau Montaner and Ricky. He was a co-author of the song “Dios so lo lo”, sung by Juan Luis Guerra and Ricardo Montaner.
“Vida de rico”, a song by Camilo, was also nominated. The best pop album was “Mis manos”, which was nominated. Camilo tried bachata and cumbia on his second album. Rauw Alejandro was nominated for the best urban fusion/performance nomination “Tattoo [Remix]”. The co-author of the “Dios so lo lo lo lo lo” and “Tuyo y mio” best regional song. He performed alongside the northern music duo Los Dos Carnales.
The 22nd Latin Grammy Awards took place in Miami last year. However, due to the pandemic there were no awards or audiences. The theme of “rediscovering your life through music” was their theme when they returned to Las Vegas. A tribute to Rubén Blades as the Person of the Year and Christina Aguilera’s return to the event two decades later is one of the most anticipated performances.
Juan Luis Guerra, Dominican artist, ranked second with 6 nominations. He was followed by C. Tangana (Spanish rapper), who received 5 nominations. Bad Bunny was nominated four times, along with Mon Laferte and Paula Arenas. Bizarrap is fast becoming the most coveted phonograph best-new artist.
A diverse group of 11 composers and singers competed against Argentine musicians to win the award. They are: Giulia Be, María Becerra, Boza, Zoe Gotusso, Humbe, Rita Indiana, Lasso, Paloma Mami, Marcos Mares and Juaniana Velásquez.
Gloria Estefan (Gloria Estefan), opens with three mixed songs. This includes her 1995 hit “A Good Start”, which she performed with Anita Carinjos brown, La Esio da Costa Pedro Capo Farina Giulia Bay, Diego Torres, Farina, Giulia Bai, and Farina. Aguilera, the Latin Grammy Award winner and five awards winner, will open with their song “Pa mischicas” together with Becky G, Nathy Peluso, and Nicki Nicole.
The award-winning Juanes will work with Rubén Albarrán and Meme del Real de Café Tacvba to perform a special arrangement of Juan Gabriel’s classic “I Have No Money”. Tangana will compete alongside Antonio Carmona Diego del Morao Jorge Drexler, Jorge Drexler and Meme del Real de Cafe Tacvba to perform a special arrangement of Juan Gabriel’s “I Have No Money”.
Destemer Bueno (Gente de Zona), Yotuel, and Gente De Zona are among the other musicians who will be performing the original version of “Patria y vida”, nominated for Song of the year and Best City Song. Mon Laferte and Gloria Trevi will perform a medley with René Camacho’s La Arrolladora Banda El Limón and Mariachi, including “La mujer”, nominated for best pop song.
The award ceremony will be hosted by Ana Brenda Contreras, Carlos Rivera and Roselyn Sánchez and will begin at 8pm in Miami (0100 GMT) shortly after the so-called “Latin Grammy Premiere” (an online event) Live broadcast on Univision. These awards are most often awarded.
Also on stage are Alejandro Fernández, Bad Bunny, Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga, Calibre 50, Camilo, Danna Paola, DJ Nelson, Grupo Firme, Jay Wheeler, Juan Luis Guerra, Julio Reyes Copello, Maná, Myke Towers, Nella, Ozuna, Pablo Alboran, Paula Arenas and Sergio George.