- The 2023 Latin Grammys are a wrap.
- This year, there was nobody large champ.
- Karol G, Shakira, and Natalia Lafourcade are attached with three significant honors each.
Venezuelan vocalist lyricist Joaquina won Best New Craftsman. So you could say that ladies were the large victors of the evening, even though Edgar Barrera additionally won three honors.
Karol won collection of the year and best metropolitan collection for Mañana Será Bonito, and “TQG,” her joint effort with Shakira, won best metropolitan/combination execution. In the meantime, Shakira won Tune of the Year and Best Pop Melody alongside Bizarrap for “Shakira: Bzrp Music Meetings, Vol. 53.”
2023 Latin Grammy Awards
The show, co-facilitated by Danna Paola, Sebastián Yatra, Roselyn Sánchez, and Paz Vega, was held interestingly outside the US in Seville, Spain, on Thursday (Nov. 16). The 24th yearly entertainment pageant occurred at the Gathering and Presentation Center (FIBES) and circulated on Univision, UniMás and Galavisión.
A significant number of the honors went true to form. Mexican hitmaker Edgar Barrera won the very first Musician of the Year grant and Maker of the Year. Shakira and Bizarrap’s “BZRP Music Meetings #53” took tune of the year. Furthermore, Karol G won the collection of the year for her set of experiences making Mañana Será Bonito.
A seven-time chosen one, Camilo was, shockingly, not one of the huge victors of the evening. Shockingly because he is a Grammy sweetheart and had considerable ventures, including his collection De Adentro Dad Afuera and his tune “NASA” with Alejandro Sanz in top classes, he didn’t win. While he had a lesser shot at winning Collection of the Year and Tune of the Year, two incredibly intense classes, it was very nearly a definite wager he’d essentially win Best Pop Vocal Collection. He didn’t really. All things considered, the honor went to Julieta Venegas for Tu Historia.
Out of his seven selections, Camilo won the best lengthy structure music video for El Preliminary Visit De Mi Vida.
Bizarrap and Quevedo’s “BZRP Music Meetings #52” winning best metropolitan tune (an honor given to lyricists) was unforeseen however a wonderful little treat.
Indeed, even Julieta Venegas communicated that she was astounded she had won the class for best pop vocal collection.