Bad Bunny leads Latin Grammy nominations |  Music

Bad Bunny leads Latin Grammy nominations | Music

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Candidates for 23rd Latin Grammy Awards Revealed on Tuesday, Bad Bunny crowned his hot summer.

The Puerto Rican rapper and singer has the most number of artist nominations with ten nominations, including for Album of the Year.

Rao Alejandro scored eight nominations, followed by Christina Aguilera, George Drexler and Rosalia with seven each.

The last time Aguilera won a Latin Grammy was in 2001 for Best Female Lyric Album for Best Spanish-Language Recording, “Mi Rivligo”.

Aguilera returned to the Latin stage last year after two decades to perform “Pa’ mis muchachas” with Becky G, Nikki Nicole and Nathi Peloso.

This year’s nods reflect the musical diversity of the Latin industry. Although reggaeton and urban have been commercially dominating over the past couple of years and will have an unmistakable presence at the awards, other genres such as pop, salsa and alternative are in the main categories.

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“I’m very excited to see that there are so many multiple nominees that have achieved huge commercial success this year. It leads us to be very excited that we are going to have a great celebration,” Manuel Abboud, head of the Latin Grammys, told CNN en Español in an interview via Zoom.

The Latin Grammy Awards will be held on November 17 in Las Vegas.

Below is a list of candidates in several top categories.







Bad Bunny, seen here on September 4, leads the Latin Grammy Awards with ten nominations.


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year record

  • “Pa’ mis muchachas”, Christina Aguilera, Becky J, Nikki Nicole feat. Nathi Belloso
  • “Castellos de Arena” by Pablo Alboran
  • “Envolver,” Anita
  • “Pa’lla me voy” Marc Anthony
  • “Ojitos lindos,” Bad Bunny & Bomba Estereo
  • “Bigau” Camilo
  • “Tocarte”, Jorge Drexler and C. Tangana
  • “Provenza”, Carol J
  • “Valle la Pina” by Juan Luis Guerra
  • “La fama”, “Rosalía” and “The Weeknd”
  • “Te felicito”, Shakira and Rauw Alejandro
  • “Baloncito viejo” and Carlos Vives & Camilo

album of the year

  • “Aguilera” Christina Aguilera
  • “Pa’lla voy” Marc Anthony
  • “Un verano sin ti,” Bad Bunny
  • “Deja” Bomba Estero
  • “Tinta y tiempo” Jorge Drexler
  • “Ya no somos los mismo” Elsa y Elmar
  • “Viagante,” Fonseca
  • “Motomami (Digital Album)”, Rosalia
  • “Sanz” Alejandro Sanz
  • “Dharma” Sebastian Yatra

song of the year

  • “A veces bien ya veces mal,” Ricky Martin feat. rick
  • Agua, Daddy Yankee, Rao Alejandro and Neil Rodgers
  • “Baloncito viejo” and Carlos Vives & Camilo
  • “Besos en la frente” Fonseca
  • “Encontrarme,” Carla Morrison
  • It’s me, Rosalia
  • Indigo, Camilo and Evalona Montaner
  • “Pa’ mis muchachas”, Christina Aguilera, Becky J, Nikki Nicole feat. Nathi Belloso
  • “Provenza”, Carol J
  • “Tacones rojos” Sebastian Yatra
  • “Tocarte”, Jorge Drexler and C. Tangana

Best New Artist

  • Angela Alvarez
  • Sofia Campos
  • Candy the Paulo
  • Clarissa
  • Silvana Estrada
  • Paul Grinch
  • Napalese
  • current
  • Valley
  • Yahritza y su esencia
  • Nicole Zeniago

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