Bad Bunny’s chart-topping album “Un Verano Sin Ti” was included in this year’s Latin Grammy Awards, alongside Christina Aguilera’s “Aguilera” and Rosalía’s “Motomami.”
The Puerto Rican rapper would lead with nominations for 10 awards, including Record of the Year for “Ojitos Lindos” with Bomba Estéreo; Album of the Year for “Un Verano Sin Ti”, Best Fusion/Urban Performance for “Titi Me Pregunto” and “Volvi” with Aventura, Best Reggaeton Performance for “Yonaguni” and “Lo Siento BB:/” with Tainy and Julieta Venegas.
“Un Verano Sin Ti” was also nominated for Best Urban Music Album, “De Museo” was nominated for Best Rap/Hip Hop Song, “Lo Siento BB:/” and “Titi Me Pregunto” were nominated for again nominated for Best Urban Song.
Meanwhile, Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro have been nominated for eight awards. Aguilera has been nominated for seven awards, alongside other artists such as Jorge Drexler and Tainy.
Rosalía’s “La Fama”, which features The Weeknd, was nominated for Record of the Year. his digital album, “Motomami”, was nominated for several awards, namely Album of the Year, Best Alternative Music Album, Best Recording Package, and Field 17 – Production. “Hentai” for Song of the Year, Best Alternative Song, and Best Music Video.
Aguilera’s self-titled hit album “Aguilera” was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, while “Pa Mis Muchachas” featuring Becky G, Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso was nominated for record of the year, song of the year.
Under Field 2 – Urban, Best Urban Fusion/Performance, Aguilera’s “Pa Mis Muchachas” and “Santo” featuring Ozuna were nominated.
Her song “Cuando Me De La Gana” was nominated for Best Regional Song, a song she co-wrote with Christian Nodal.
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The Latin Grammy Awards are presented by the Latin Recording Academy and recognize the contribution and impact of Latin singers on the world cultural and musical scene. The 23rd Latin Grammy Awards will take place on November 17.
In recent years, more and more Latin musicians have entered mainstream music, such as bad Bunny, Rosalía, Christina Aguilera, Becky G, etc.
“At the Latin Recording Academy, we continually strive to support and encourage the creators of Latin music, and these nominees epitomize musical excellence and represent the great momentum that our music is currently experiencing,” said the CEO of Latin Recording Academy, Manuel Abud.
“We are proud to present the nominations with this diverse group of talented artists, which reflect the evolution of our Academy as a modern and relevant institution, and officially launch the twenty-third season of the Latin Grammy Awards”, a- he continued.
It is an honor to compare the numbers of the Nominados of the 23.a Entrega Anual del #LatinGRAMMY 👏 https://t.co/4VM40XCR8i ¡Our vemos on November 17!
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– The Latin Academy of Recording / Latin GRAMMYs (@LatinGRAMMYs) September 20, 2022
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Billboard compiled songs and artists that didn’t make the cut, much to the dismay of many fans.
Becky G and Karol G’s “Mamii” was nominated for Best Urban Song, but its absence from the Song of the Year list was duly noted. The commercial success of the song was undeniable, as it climbed the Billboard Hot 100 and Global 200 charts.
Another snub noted by Billboard was Carla Morrison’s “El Renacimiento,” which was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album, but was not included in the Album of the Year category.
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